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Leap!Structures

Leap!

Office:
1023 Springdale Road, Building 7 Suite E
Austin, TX 78721-2465
(512) 298-3999

Engineering Specialty:
Structural Engineering

History:
Rik Haden, Tak Chu, and Tats Kiguchi “opened Leap!Structures in June 2012. The three rented a room in an historic home on Cesar Chavez Street.” Since then, business has grown for Leap!Structures. They now have more than eight employees and have moved to South Lamar Street.

“The company has contributed to the design and construction of numerous office and academic buildings across Texas. Two big projects now are on tap: The business school at Baylor University and an office building in Austin designed by the prolific Michael Hsu Office of Architecture.” [source]

Selected Projects:

lifeworks


Lifeworks – Austin, TX

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Lake Hills Church Children’s Building – Austin, TX

rice university


Rice University East Servery – Houston, TX

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New Mexico State University’s Center for the Arts – La Cruces, NM

pavillion


Cotillion Park Pavilion – Dallas, TX 

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Written by sarahforthuber

November 5, 2021 at 6:11 pm

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E4H Environments for Health Architecture

Selected Projects:

THE STEVEN & ALEXANDRA COHEN CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER OF NEW YORK
BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE – THE HEART HOSPITAL PLANO
USPI HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT MEDICAL CENTER

BLYTHEDALE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
CAPE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER – CLAIRE C. BRODESSER SURGERY CENTER

Locations:

  • Boston, MA
  • New York, NY
  • Dallas, TX
  • Washington, DC
  • Fort Worth, TX
  • Burlington, VT
  • Portland, ME
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Portland, ME

Headquarters:

185 Talcott Rd, Williston, Vermont, 05495, United States

(888) 781-8441

Number of Employees:

150

Services:

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Health + Science Technology
  • Alternative Project Delivery
  • Graphic Design, Wayfinding, & Augmented Reality
  • Advisory Services

History:

With over four decades of experience, E4H provides value to their clients through the design of Lean, economically and environmentally sustainable spaces. Their unique SmartDesign process fosters collaboration and drives next-generation solutions to complex challenges encountered in today’s healthcare and health science landscapes. Combining experience with for-profit and non-profit institutions allows E4H to provide efficient, speed-to-market solutions for their clients.

Written by sarahforthuber

November 5, 2021 at 6:11 pm

Posted in Uncategorized