RPGA Design Group, Inc.

101 S. Jennings Avenue
Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: 817-332-9477
Website: rpgaarchitects.com




Firm Description

Robert Garza is a founding principal of RPGA Design Group. Robert and his brother, Richard, established the philosophy by which RPGA adheres to today, one of fostering a thorough understanding of its clients to provide Architectural Services that exceed the clients expectations. In 1989, Robert and Richard used their project experience to establish a firm that provided services to commercial, multifamily and private residential clients. In 1995 they established a professional relationship with other Architects that allowed RPGA to initiate its first public sector work with the Dallas Housing Authority. Since that time, Robert’s experience has included project management, design through quality control and construction administration on a variety of projects both in private and public sectors. Additionally his civic commitment includes previously serving as a Committee member on the Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee for the City of Dallas and has served as a Task Force member for the historical preservation department for the City of Dallas.
Robert is both a registered Architect and a registered Interior Designer in the State of Texas.

Specialties: Single Family renovations and historical restorations, commercial office and mixed-use environments, dental offices, medical offices, retail, and Public Safety



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Architecture


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Originally built in 1924, the historic Town of Highland Park DPS and Town Hall has undergone multiple small renovations resulting in a convoluted campus and lack of connectivity between its departments. To resolve these issues, the Town approved major renovations adding 15,000 square feet, including a third floor and a basement for additional office space and technology upgrades. The design team sensitively restored historical features and elements of the original Town Hall including the domed tower, and Spanish Colonial design to maintain its elegance and branding. The entire center section was demolished to make way for a new addition of a 3 story center with a complete basement connected to Town Hall as well as Fire Services. Other improvements include flood-proofing the creekside of the basement, increasing operational and circulation efficiencies, and increasing the energy efficiency of building. The $20 Million dollar renovation enhances the plaza while keeping with the overall building design. This renovation was long overdue and the updates allow the Town pf Highland Park to work more efficiently and be more accessible to their residents.
Originally built in 1924, the historic Town of Highland Park DPS and Town Hall has undergone multiple small renovations resulting in a convoluted campus and lack of connectivity between its departments. To resolve these issues, the Town approved major renovations adding 15,000 square feet, including a third floor and a basement for additional office space and technology upgrades. The design team sensitively restored historical features and elements of the original Town Hall including the domed tower, and Spanish Colonial design to maintain its elegance and branding. The entire center section was demolished to make way for a new addition of a 3 story center with a complete basement connected to Town Hall as well as Fire Services. Other improvements include flood-proofing the creekside of the basement, increasing operational and circulation efficiencies, and increasing the energy efficiency of building. The $20 Million dollar renovation enhances the plaza while keeping with the overall building design. This renovation was long overdue and the updates allow the Town pf Highland Park to work more efficiently and be more accessible to their residents.

Renovation/ Historic Preservation

Originally built in 1924, the historic Town of Highland Park DPS and Town Hall has undergone multiple small renovations resulting in a convoluted campus and lack of connectivity between its departments. To resolve these issues, the Town approved major renovations adding 15,000 square feet, including a third floor and a basement for additional office space and technology upgrades. The design team sensitively restored historical features and elements of the original Town Hall including the domed tower, and Spanish Colonial design to maintain its elegance and branding. The entire center section was demolished to make way for a new addition of a 3 story center with a complete basement connected to Town Hall as well as Fire Services. Other improvements include flood-proofing the creekside of the basement, increasing operational and circulation efficiencies, and increasing the energy efficiency of building. The $20 Million dollar renovation enhances the plaza while keeping with the overall building design. This renovation was long overdue and the updates allow the Town pf Highland Park to work more efficiently and be more accessible to their residents.