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TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc.

4131 N. Central Expressway
Suite 200
Dallas, TX 75204

Phone: 214-540-5900
Website: www.tlc-engineers.com




Firm Description

TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. provides clients with exceptional high-performance engineering design, consulting and energy services.   Founded in 1955 and consistently ranked as one of the largest MEP and structural engineering firms in the country, TLC is an industry leader delivering high-performance building design and consulting services on a wide array of building types, including health care, commercial, educational, institutional, hospitality, retail, entertainment and more.


Services

Commissioning, MEP Engineering, Structural Engineering, Sustainability


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Josey Pavilion in Decatuar, TX was designed to be the first building in Texas to achieve the Living Building Challenge, meaning it has very minimal negative impact on the environment.  TLC provided MEP/ FP and energy modeling, including this computational fluid dynamic model that illustrates air flow through the naturally ventilated building.
Josey Pavilion in Decatuar, TX was designed to be the first building in Texas to achieve the Living Building Challenge, meaning it has very minimal negative impact on the environment. TLC provided MEP/ FP and energy modeling, including this computational fluid dynamic model that illustrates air flow through the naturally ventilated building.
Three-phase $100 million expansion and renovation to create a world class
collections center, new main entrance and update building systems throughout
the existing facility. The new Mays Family Center provides space for traveling
exhibits as well as a venue for financial support for the museum. Registered
for LEED NC 2009.
Josey Pavilion in Decatuar, TX was designed to be the first building in Texas to achieve the Living Building Challenge, meaning it has very minimal negative impact on the environment.  TLC provided MEP/ FP and energy modeling, including this computational fluid dynamic model that illustrates air flow through the naturally ventilated building.
The Bassett Tower, a 15-story historic landmark, is being given a new purpose
with a $10 million renovation to become an Aloft Hotel. The art deco building,
originally designed by famed El Paso architect Henry Trost and opened in
1930, offers 89 guest rooms and 6,000 square feet of ground-level retail space.
This new 41,000 square foot building houses many public safety functions for
the Town of Little Elm under one roof, including the central fire station, police
station and administrative offices for both. Features of the two-story building
are a jail, police and fire dispatch, sally port, juvenile/victim interview rooms,
storage, evidence storage, emergency operations center and patrol officer and
detective work areas.
Seton Medical Center Harker Heights is a new, 192,400 square foot greenfield
acute care hospital. The three-story, 83-bed hospital offers a full-service 17-
bed emergency department, intensive and critical care, women’s services,
cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, neurosurgery, imaging and diagnostic
services. The third floor has 32,000 square feet of shell space, and the building
can accommodate a future vertical expansion of a fourth floor for an additional
32,000 square feet.
This 114,053 square foot assisted living and memory care unit provides
housing for 120 residents in a home-like environment. Upscale dining rooms
and serving areas throughout the complex provides options for residents,
as well as maintains a more residential environment. During construction
the owner elected to change the occupancy status to a higher level of care,
resulting in challenges that were creatively solved to maintain the budget.
The Stack is a private student housing option for Texas A&M students,
providing luxurious accommodations in close proximity to the campus. As
Phase I of a new development, Legacy Point, the student apartment-style
housing complex provides a variety of unit types, retail, student recreation
space and offices. This five-story, 323,780 square foot building houses more
than 400 residents and offers amenities that include a fitness facility, in-unit
washers and dryers and a central courtyard with a pool and hot tub.
TLC provided fundamental and enhanced commissioning at Perot Museum, a Dallas landmark.
Methodist Hospital for Surgery specializes in spine, joint and orthopedic care.  TLC provided MEP/FP engineering for this $60 million facility
In the Campus at Legacy office park, TLC has engineering seven buildings and three parking garages for one client, providing MEP/FP engineering, along with commissioning and sustainability consulting.
Dallas Fire Station #42 achieved LEED NC 2.2 Gold certification and incorporates numerous sustainability features, including energy-efficient cooling, energy recovery units, low-flow plumbing fixtures and more.  TLC provided MEP/FP and energy modeling.
Designed as a 45,000 square foot facility, this library accommodates state-ofthe-
art technology and provides more than 6,000 square feet of public meeting
space, including areas specifically designed for adult, children and teenage
readers. The library also houses study rooms; a large public meeting room; and
smaller conference type meeting rooms. LEED Gold.  2017 TEXO Distinguished Building
Award for projects between $10 million and $30 million