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Page (Formally Page Southerland Page)

Main Office:
1615 M Street, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Additional Offices:
Austin, Texas
Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colorado
Houston, Texas
San Francisco, California

Engineering Specialties:
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Plumbing Engineering
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Commissioning Consulting
Programming Consulting
Sustainability Consulting

“The roots of Page, formally Page Southerland Page, Inc., extend back to a two person partnership formed by brothers Louis and Charles H. Page in 1898 in Austin, Texas. Louis Page Jr. and Louis Southerland, who had been classmates at MIT, formed the firm of Page and Southerland in Austin, and during the 1930s, completed landmark work for the Austin State School, Rosewood Housing (one of the first public housing projects in the United States) and the 1937 Austin City Hall, as well as houses for Lyndon B. Johnson and many other legendary Texas figures. Louis Page began what would become a strong link between the firm and academia by teaching at the University of Texas. His brother, George, joined the firm, expanding the name to Page Southerland Page.

In the mid-1900s, the firm became one of the first architectural firms in the nation to integrate in-house engineering design services to respond to the increasingly complex systems in healthcare projects. [Their] engineers are responsible for designing interdependent mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil and structural systems for a wide range of projects.

Though now a large firm with multiple offices in the U.S. and abroad, Page has retained a rootedness in the communities it serves and an investment in making a long-term difference in the cities where it builds. There is a strong belief in the kind of cumulative placemaking that great firms have made in the past. The current Page practice is aimed at making that kind of difference in the 21st century through a sophisticated integration of civic involvement alongside progressive planning, urban design and architecture.” (source)

Selected Projects:

U.S. Federal Courthouse – Austin, TX

GSA Office Building – Albuquerque, NM

Driscoll Children’s Specialty Clinics – Brownsville, TX and McAllen, TX

2400 Nueces – Austin, TX

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Kuwait University at the New University City at Shadadiyah – Kuwait City, Kuwait

AMLI on 2nd – Austin, TX


Written by Brandon Comisarenco

February 4, 2015 at 8:47 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

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