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Founded In: 2009
Size: 1-4 Employees
Annual Vol: Undisclosed
BIM Experience Small Business Enterprise

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Confusing a "Buttermilk Pie" with a "Chess Pie " may result from a lack of planning, research, or not truly listening to the chef. The basic fillings consists of a mixture of similar ingredients poured into a pie crust. Upon completion the two pies appear identical as three of the five ingredients are the same. However if the expectation is for a Buttermilk Pie and the reality is a Chess Pie the receiver of the services may not be satisfied.

Such can be with managing and effecting the design and construction of a project, regardless of the SCOPE. As construction begins (the pie is baking) evidence may suggest the EXPECTATION OF A BUTTERMILK PIE AND THE REALITY OF A BUTTERMILK MAY CONVERGE.

Closing in on completion of the project (the baked pie is pulled from the oven and cooling) the Owner begins to notice subtle differences of the reality not meeting the desired expectation.  Occupying and experiencing the project (tasting the pie) the expectation of the Buttermilk Pie and the reality of the Chess Pie reveals an old understanding that the curve of the reality will not converge with the desired expectation.

Program Management, Design, and Construction. Attention is focused on the Goals and Objectives to obtain the convergence of the PROJECT’S REALITY AND THE DESIRED EXPECTATION.

Tom Hines brings to the customer more than 30 years of experience in architecture, construction and program management. Tom is a highly skilled with keen insight into problem solving, incorporating team building and possibility thinking.

Tom is Facilities and Forensic Architect and an authority in Masonry Construction Materials. As Architect of Record and/or Project Manager his diverse range of projects include Recreational Facilities, Churches, Homes, Clinics, Regional Shopping Malls, Veterinary Facilities, Automobile Dealerships, Historic Preservation, Office Buildings, Restaurants and Industrial Manufacturing Facilities. Research include peer reviewed papers; a magazine article for masonry materials; applications of alternative construction materials and delivery systems; and upgrade of energy management and building systems for small to mid-size commercial buildings.

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Service Sector:
Public Private
Project Types:
New Alterations/Renovations Interior Fit-Ups
Project Size:
Up to $20,000,000
Commercial
Office Building
Restaurant
Historic Preservation
Design Build
Lighting Retrofits
Auto Dealership / Service
Bank
Residential Building

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Member of NCARB (National Council Of Architectural Registration Boards) NCARB (National Council Of Architectural Registration Boards)
Member of Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Texas Board of Architectural Examiners
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