Please join Johnston in welcoming Glen Mallory to our MEP team as a Senior Plumbing Designer! He has 21 years of experience as a senior plumbing and fire protection designer on a variety of projects including higher education and healthcare. Johnston is very excited to have him as part of the team!
Johnston’s Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Manager Jennifer Black, LEED AP had the opportunity to cohost with Lindsey Brackett, CHC, CHFM of Legacy FM and Shanna Saldaña of the Fort Worth Linbeck Group, LLC office a Women in Healthcare tasting and tour event at ACRE DISTILLING COMPANY, LLC while attending the Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management (TAHFM) Conference.
TAHFM has been helping professionals in the healthcare field since 1958, providing an outlet for the interchange of ideas and experiences among healthcare facilities managers. Through the association, members receive consultations on aspects of facilities management and can participate in the political process that affects their functions.
Johnston was excited to work on the Presidential Walk for Sam Houston State University. The University desired to transform the old stairway path between the Thomason Building and Evan’s Complex into a more prominent pathway and courtyard. Johnston provided project management and civil engineering, including design and drainage solutions for the new courtyard. Upon commencement of the project, it was determined that there were some drainage challenges in this small, tight site. Johnston worked with The Arkitex Studio, Inc and Venturi Engineers LLC to redesign the project with new drainage solutions. As a result, the new courtyard is not only beautiful, but safe and functional as well.
Johnston is proud to have provided Architectural and MEP Engineering services for the new City of Pasadena Municipal Court Building. The one-story, 24,000 SF building features a classic brick façade and domed cupola creating a distinctive landmark element visible from surrounding major thoroughfares. The interior of the building boasts a two-story public concourse with clerestory windows that allows natural light to radiate through the space.
The new courthouse design improves public access, provides greater security, and consolidates court operations. The courthouse is located across the street from City Hall in an effort to centralize the local government offices. This project reinforces Pasadena’s commitment to better serving the community by adding efficiency and a sense of pride for residents.
Geoffrey Lyon – Photographer
Johnston recently provided Architecture and MEP engineering services for the renovation of the MRI Suite at LBJ Hospital for Harris Health System. This renovation includes the relocation of the existing Liebert Unit in the equipment room, relocation of the toilet room and dressing room, reconfiguration of the entry suite and modifications to the existing interior finishes and upgrades to the MEP infrastructure.