Parking Garages

Woodlands Mall

Woodlands Mall

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The second largest municipal area in the Houston Metropolis is The Woodlands, Texas. Within The Woodlands, the Woodlands Mall resides in key property next to several of their iconic entertainment districts. In 2016, the mall entered its lastest phase of expansion, bringing new key tenants, most notably Dick’s Sporting Goods, to The Woodlands. With parking already overcrowded, General Growth Properties (GGP) decided it was time to expand the parking facilities at this location. GGP invested in two state-of-the-art parking garages to facilitate ease of parking. Both parking garages required an architectural skin to meet The Woodlands strict architectural compliance codes.

The second largest municipal area in the Houston Metropolis is The Woodlands, Texas. Within The Woodlands, the Woodlands Mall resides in key property next to several of their iconic entertainment districts. In 2016, the mall entered its lastest phase of expansion, bringing new key tenants, most notably Dick’s Sporting Goods, to The Woodlands. With parking already overcrowded, General Growth Properties (GGP) decided it was time to expand the parking facilities at this location. GGP invested in two state-of-the-art parking garages to facilitate ease of parking. Both parking garages required an architectural skin to meet The Woodlands strict architectural compliance codes.

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Owner : General Growth Properties

Architect : ELS Architecture and Urban Design  


Structural Engineer : Walker Parking  


General Contractor : Whiting-Turner  


Precast Specialty Engineer : HGS

Owner : General Growth Properties

Architect : ELS Architecture and Urban Design  

Structural Engineer : Walker Parking  

General Contractor : Whiting-Turner  

Precast Specialty Engineer : HGS

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Wildwood Corporate Center Phase IILess
Wildwood Corporate Center Phase II

From 2010, The Woodlands, Texas has seen over a 20 percent growth in population. With this unprecedented growth, came more companies, jobs, and space required to hold them. That is why in 2015, Archway Properties decided to expand their Wildwood campus, which is home to Woodlands based energy company, Geosouthern. This campus expansion, an eight story structure with associated parking garage, is the largest structure on the Wildwood campus, and show the expectation for future growth and development of the Woodlands area.

From 2010, The Woodlands, Texas has seen over a 20 percent growth in population. With this unprecedented growth, came more companies, jobs, and space required to hold them. That is why in 2015, Archway Properties decided to expand their Wildwood campus, which is home to Woodlands based energy company, Geosouthern. This campus expansion, an eight story structure with associated parking garage, is the largest structure on the Wildwood campus, and show the expectation for future growth and development of the Woodlands area.

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Project Team:
Architect: KirkseyLess
Architect: Kirksey
Structural Engineer: Walter P. MooreLess
Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore
General Contractor: E.E. ReedLess
General Contractor: E.E. Reed
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEGLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEG
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MEMORIAL HERMANN PARKING GARAGELess

MEMORIAL HERMANN PARKING GARAGE

The Woodlands, TXLess
The Woodlands, TX

Driving south along Interstate 45 towards Houston, you will see Memorial Hermann’s hospital in The Woodlands. Memorial Hermann is Houston’s largest hospital system, and when you’re the largest, you need sufficient parking for your clients. They chose East Texas Precast to provide the structural system to assist them with their parking needs.

Driving south along Interstate 45 towards Houston, you will see Memorial Hermann’s hospital in The Woodlands. Memorial Hermann is Houston’s largest hospital system, and when you’re the largest, you need sufficient parking for your clients. They chose East Texas Precast to provide the structural system to assist them with their parking needs.

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Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley & AssociatesLess
Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley & Associates
General Contractor: Balfour BeattyLess
General Contractor: Balfour Beatty
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGS
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3009 POST OAK PARKING GARAGELess

3009 POST OAK PARKING GARAGE

Houston, TXLess
Houston, TX

Located in the Galleria district of Houston, 3009 Post Oak required parking just feet off of the highway. Our experience allowed us to design and erect a solution that cantilevered under their structure to integrate with their elevator systems and provide the parking necessary for their structure. In addition, a solution combining traditional and architectural finishes allowed us to provide Skanska with a cost-effective solution.

Located in the Galleria district of Houston, 3009 Post Oak required parking just feet off of the highway. Our experience allowed us to design and erect a solution that cantilevered under their structure to integrate with their elevator systems and provide the parking necessary for their structure. In addition, a solution combining traditional and architectural finishes allowed us to provide Skanska with a cost-effective solution.

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Architect: KirkseyLess
Architect: Kirksey
Structural Engineer: Cardno Hayes WhaleyLess
Structural Engineer: Cardno Hayes Whaley
General Contractor: Skanska USALess
General Contractor: Skanska USA
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KATY RANCH PARKING GARAGELess

KATY RANCH PARKING GARAGE

Houston, TXLess
Houston, TX

The Katy Ranch Parking Garage has become an exemplar of designing to prepare for future expansion. By using ramp walls on the exterior face of the garage, we were able to provide a parking structure that not only reduced costs in the first phase, but will substantially reduce costs when they decide it is time to complete the garage.

The Katy Ranch Parking Garage has become an exemplar of designing to prepare for future expansion. By using ramp walls on the exterior face of the garage, we were able to provide a parking structure that not only reduced costs in the first phase, but will substantially reduce costs when they decide it is time to complete the garage.

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Owner: Katy Ranch OfficesLess
Owner: Katy Ranch Offices
Structural Engineer: DBR Engineering ConsultantsLess
Structural Engineer: DBR Engineering Consultants
General Contractor: LSlLess
General Contractor: LSl
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGS
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LAKES ON POST OAKLess

LAKES ON POST OAK

Houston, TXLess
Houston, TX

One of the largest parking structures in Houston, Lakes on Post Oak is set back just off the majors highways in the Galleria district of Houston. Despite being hardly visible, this hulking garage holds nearly 2000 vehicles. It is estimated that by choosing East Texas Precast, Balfour Beatty and the design team was able to cut almost 6 months off their schedule versus cast-in-place concrete options.

One of the largest parking structures in Houston, Lakes on Post Oak is set back just off the majors highways in the Galleria district of Houston. Despite being hardly visible, this hulking garage holds nearly 2000 vehicles. It is estimated that by choosing East Texas Precast, Balfour Beatty and the design team was able to cut almost 6 months off their schedule versus cast-in-place concrete options.

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Architect: Ziegler CooperLess
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley AssociatesLess
Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley Associates
General Contractor: Balfour Beatty ConstructionLess
General Contractor: Balfour Beatty Construction
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEGLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEG
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CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON PARKING GARAGELess

CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON PARKING GARAGE

The Woodlands, TXLess
The Woodlands, TX

As Chicago Bridge and Iron prepared for an additional office building at their headquarters, the need for additional parking arose. With East Texas Precast’s help, CB&I was able to build an addition to their parking structure that fully integrated with their previous build.

As Chicago Bridge and Iron prepared for an additional office building at their headquarters, the need for additional parking arose. With East Texas Precast’s help, CB&I was able to build an addition to their parking structure that fully integrated with their previous build.

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Architect: Ziegler CooperLess
Architect: Ziegler Cooper
Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley AssociatesLess
Structural Engineer: Haynes Whaley Associates
General Contractor: Balfour Beatty ConstructionLess
General Contractor: Balfour Beatty Construction

Precast Specialty Engineer: CEG

Precast Specialty Engineer: CEG

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GEOSOUTHERN HEADQUARTERS PARKING GARAGELess

GEOSOUTHERN HEADQUARTERS PARKING GARAGE

Spring, TX Less
Spring, TX

While precast concrete is known for its efficiency through repetition, a small precast parking garage with an efficient design can yield huge financial advantages for its owner. That is just what Geosouthern set out to do when they built this parking garage, perfectly designed for the employees their headquarters held.

While precast concrete is known for its efficiency through repetition, a small precast parking garage with an efficient design can yield huge financial advantages for its owner. That is just what Geosouthern set out to do when they built this parking garage, perfectly designed for the employees their headquarters held.

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Owner: Geosouthern

Owner: Geosouthern

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Architect: KirkseyLess
Architect: Kirksey
Structural Engineer: Walter P. MooreLess
Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore
General Contractor: E.E. ReedLess
General Contractor: E.E. Reed
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HUGHES LANDING PARKING GARAGELess

HUGHES LANDING PARKING GARAGE

The Woodlands, TXLess
The Woodlands, TX

The Howard Hughes Corportation had a problem as they were building Hughes Landing. They only needed half of a parking garage until both their accompanying structures were completed. By taking advantages of East Texas Precast’s large production facility and experienced erection crews, the entire garage was able to be produced and the first half was erected. Upon completion of Two Hughes Landing, the second half of the parking garage was integrated into the final structure.

The Howard Hughes Corportation had a problem as they were building Hughes Landing. They only needed half of a parking garage until both their accompanying structures were completed. By taking advantages of East Texas Precast’s large production facility and experienced erection crews, the entire garage was able to be produced and the first half was erected. Upon completion of Two Hughes Landing, the second half of the parking garage was integrated into the final structure.

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Architect: GenslerLessLess
Architect: GenslerLess
Structural Engineer: Cardno Hayes WhaleyLessLess
Structural Engineer: Cardno Hayes WhaleyLess
General Contractor: D.E. Harvey BuildersLessLess
General Contractor: D.E. Harvey BuildersLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLessLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLess
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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON STADIUM PARKING GARAGELess

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON STADIUM PARKING GARAGE

Houston, TXLess
Houston, TX

The University of Houston wanted a precast parking garage that served as the entryway to their campus and stadium and they needed it built over the summer to not disrupt classes. By using two cranes to install this over 2000 space parking garage and different types of architectural precast finishes, we were able to meet the University of Houston goals.

The University of Houston wanted a precast parking garage that served as the entryway to their campus and stadium and they needed it built over the summer to not disrupt classes. By using two cranes to install this over 2000 space parking garage and different types of architectural precast finishes, we were able to meet the University of Houston goals.

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Structural Engineer: Walker Parking ConsultantsLess
Structural Engineer: Walker Parking Consultants
General Contractor: Vaughn ConstructionLessLess
General Contractor: Vaughn ConstructionLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLessLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: HGSLess
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WESTGATE PARKING GARAGESLess

WESTGATE PARKING GARAGES

Katy, TexasLess
Katy, Texas

Designing an entire complex can be difficult, but by using precast for the parking garages, Transwestern and E.E. Reed were able to minimize material stored on site and maximize the efficiency of constructability for their structures. The final result was three parking garages to match their accompanying buildings for prime real estate in the energy corridor.

Designing an entire complex can be difficult, but by using precast for the parking garages, Transwestern and E.E. Reed were able to minimize material stored on site and maximize the efficiency of constructability for their structures. The final result was three parking garages to match their accompanying buildings for prime real estate in the energy corridor.

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Structural Engineer: Cardno Haynes WhaleyLess
Structural Engineer: Cardno Haynes Whaley
General Contractor: E.E. ReedLess
General Contractor: E.E. Reed
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CITY CENTRE FIVELess

CITY CENTRE FIVE

Houston, TXLess
Houston, TX

Mixed use developments are one of the hottest treads in real estate development today. City Centre, located in the West, Houston, began development in 2010. In 2015, Midway Companies added the fifth phase of the one and a half million square foot campus, City Centre Five. The latest structure offers an additional 200,000 square feet of office with additional retail and integrated parking. The parking structure was design with both precast and cast-in-place elements, and was designed to optimize speed of construction, tight installation spaces, and of course, cost effectiveness.

Mixed use developments are one of the hottest treads in real estate development today. City Centre, located in the West, Houston, began development in 2010. In 2015, Midway Companies added the fifth phase of the one and a half million square foot campus, City Centre Five. The latest structure offers an additional 200,000 square feet of office with additional retail and integrated parking. The parking structure was design with both precast and cast-in-place elements, and was designed to optimize speed of construction, tight installation spaces, and of course, cost effectiveness.

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Architect: KirkseyLess
Architect: Kirksey
Structural Engineer: Walter P. MooreLess
Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore
General Contractor: LinbeckLess
General Contractor: Linbeck
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEGLess
Precast Specialty Engineer: CEG
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