We are honored to announce that Turner Duran Architects has been named a finalist for Houston Business Journal's 2017 Fast 100 List, recognizing the fastest growing privately held companies in the Houston metro region.  

This month marks the tenth anniversary of the completion of our work at Grand Lakes Presbyterian Church.

In most circumstances, the term “adaptive re-use” conjures up images of aging structures, and clients desperate to find something, anything, for which they can use these facilities. When clients are in a growth mode, however, buildings can be designed from the outset to enable future re-purposing, an approach that gives the term “adaptive re-use” an entirely different context.

We are honored to announce that the new St. Pius X High School White Family Center for the Sciences & Media, designed by Turner Duran Architects, was awarded the Golden Trowel Honor Award in the "Educational Facility (K-12)" category from the American Masonry Contractors of Houston (AMCH) for the use of masonry and stone in the facility.

As an architect who has been around long enough to experience firsthand the transformation from hand-drawn to computer-aided design, I can attest to the far greater capabilities and benefits of the latter.