Method Architecture Announces Expansion to Dallas-Ft. Worth

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Houston, TX (May 21, 2018) – Method Architecture, a full-service architecture firm founded in Houston, is opening a Dallas office in June 2018. With a broad portfolio of projects, the firm looks to ramp up their industrial, office and retail work with current North Texas clients. Principal, Keith Holley, will be leading the new office and Luis Iglesias, Project Manager, will be the point of contact for the Dallas operation.

Method Architecture has been actively working in the Dallas market for years. Notable projects include the LEVEL Office’s Katy Building on Commerce Street, EastGroup’s Parkview Commerce Center in Flower Mound and Creekview 121 project in Lewisville.

“Opening an office in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex was always in the firm’s growth plans and we think our recipe of responsiveness and quality design will be successful in this booming city,” said Keith Holley, Principal in charge of the new Dallas expansion. “We also hope to continue our work with the growing brewery and distilling industries in Dallas as well, our team really enjoys working on those projects and it’s a niche we know very well.”

Method Architecture has designed over 25 breweries in the state of Texas, including work with Four Corners Brewing in the master planning and design of their current brewery. Other recent projects consist of Parc North Commerce Center Expansion and Iron Mountain in near Irving.

Method Architecture was formed from the merger of two Houston firms, Three Square Design Group and Architects Plus, in May 2016. In October 2017, Method Architecture acquired Architecture Plus, an Austin firm with a 30-year history. Method Architecture now operates in three major Texas markets.

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