Flotek Corporate Headquarters and Laboratory | Houston, Texas

Texas A&M University Texas Transportation Institute | College Station, Texas

Texas A&M University Center for Infrastructure Renewal | College Station, Texas

Oklahoma Joint Facility | Oklahoma City, OK

Texas A&M University Rellis Campus Infrastructure | College Station, Texas

Energy Architecture Offices | Houston, Texas
Gulf of Mexico Regional Laboratory | Broussard, Louisiana
Williston Completions Facility | Williston, North Dakota
Rayne Petrolite Laboratory | Rayne, Louisiana
ENERGY ARCHITECTURE is a specialized architectural firm with proven expertise in technical building planning and design for clients around the globe. Our unique skills have been honed in the service of international leaders in industrial, energy service and science & technology markets. Whether a single technical building solution or a consolidation of complex needs, we are committed to providing effective and economical building solutions.

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has demonstrated the unique resolve of the people in our home state of Texas.  Energy Architecture is proud to contribute to the ongoing rebuilding effort underway in Houston. 

Our team members got to work in shelters and in neighborhood recovery throughout Houston in the immediate aftermath of the storm. Now our Energy team is volunteering together to help in affected neighborhoods on the weekends. 

Harvey also gave Energy an opportunity to be as nimble and decisive as we often claim. While our fourth floor offices were not damaged, our office complex sustained significant ground floor flooding and damage to the electrical power systems. Again, we didn’t wait. We swiftly relocated to temporary offices over the Labor Day weekend. Energy was back up and running with the rest of Houston on Tuesday, 5th September, with no loss in client service capabilities or project capacity.

Texas A&M University RELLIS Campus Infrastructure

The RELLIS Campus Infrastructure project will provide an infrastructure network to support the first phase of new buildings at the RELLIS campus.  With over 2 miles of utility pathways, the project includes new roads, sanitary sewer extensions, storm drainage and new central utility loop. A new 15,000 SF central utility plant will be constructed to house boilers and chillers with the thermal storage tank adjacent to the building.