Hempstead, Texas


Architecture

Interior Design

MEP Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Waller County Community Center


Hempstead, Texas


Architecture

Interior Design

MEP Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Waller County Community Center

Johnston provided full architectural and engineering services.

Waller County needed to replace their Community Center, located in front of Prairie View A&M’s campus, with a larger venue to meet the needs of various events throughout the year for the County, the University and the Community. Johnston first developed demolition drawings for the outdated 2,900 square foot wood-framed building. Then, with the County’s desire for a more flexible and durable space, Johnston designed a modern 4,000 square foot Community Center with a high ceiling entry lobby, a large, versatile meeting room, full kitchen, storage, office space, restrooms, and multiple, covered outdoor areas.
 

Our civil team provided the site plan with drainage and irrigation. The building has been well received in the community and serves as a meeting and social venue year-round.

 

Waller County Community Center

Johnston provided full architectural and engineering services.

Waller County needed to replace their Community Center, located in front of Prairie View A&M’s campus, with a larger venue to meet the needs of various events throughout the year for the County, the University and the Community. Johnston first developed demolition drawings for the outdated 2,900 square foot wood-framed building. Then, with the County’s desire for a more flexible and durable space, Johnston designed a modern 4,000 square foot Community Center with a high ceiling entry lobby, a large, versatile meeting room, full kitchen, storage, office space, restrooms, and multiple, covered outdoor areas.
 

Johnston provided full architectural and engineering services.

Waller County needed to replace their Community Center, located in front of Prairie View A&M’s campus, with a larger venue to meet the needs of various events throughout the year for the County, the University and the Community. Johnston first developed demolition drawings for the outdated 2,900 square foot wood-framed building. Then, with the County’s desire for a more flexible and durable space, Johnston designed a modern 4,000 square foot Community Center with a high ceiling entry lobby, a large, versatile meeting room, full kitchen, storage, office space, restrooms, and multiple, covered outdoor areas.