Memorial City Premier Mixed Use

Project Description

Memorial City, Premier Mixed-Use Development
Houston, Texas

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Gateway Memorial City
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The city-within-a-city, Memorial City is a premier mixed-use development owned and managed by MetroNational. WGA has provided civil engineering on this massive project for the past four years, including Class A office space and retail and upscale hotel accommodations including the future Hotel ZaZa.
** 7,600,000 SF of developed real estate across 265 acres

Air Liquide Headquarters 20-story, 452,000-SF tower + adjacent 145,000-SF building
Gateway Memorial City (see above)
Nexen Building
Murphy Oil Building
Hotel ZaZa 17 stories, 159 guest rooms, and 10,000 SF of event and meeting spaces for up to 300 people. Hotel ZaZa will also have 130 apartment units. Amenities will include two outdoor pools, a spa and restaurant lounge. It will overlook a green space, which will be used for live music and festivals.
The Treehouse 2-story, 14,700-SF Double LEED® Platinum facility
Cemex Headquarters: 6-story, 240,000-SF office building; anchored by Cemex

Due to the similar nature and close proximity of the Nexen Office Building and the Murphy Office Building, the design team already had a strong knowledge and background of the site and the potential obstacles the project could face. This familiarity allowed the team to quickly and easily navigate the design and permitting process which allowed project to meet its design/construction schedule of 14 months. Nexen Office Building has achieved LEED Silver Certification and the Murphy Office Building will also be seeking LEED Silver Certification.

Other improvements on the site include new parking garages to serve the increased parking needs of the office buildings and replacing a small shopping center on the east side of the development along Bunker Hill.

Civil responsibilities included site design, paving, drainage, stormwater quality, utility layout, LEED design, traffic impact analysis, utility capacity auditing, and detention research of exemption.

 

 

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