Ribbon Cutting at Texas Tech University Historic Dairy Barn Renovation

It was a great honor for Condray Design Group to be part of the Texas Tech University Dairy Barn Renovation ribbon cutting ceremony. Built in 1926, the historical landmark is one of the oldest buildings on campus and has provided the University with a lasting reminder of its agricultural origins. Local community and University leaders, along with Texas Tech students and alumni were present as the newly renovated barn was unveiled. The intent of the design was to successfully reestablish the facility as a fully operational and collaborative educational space.

 

The Dairy Barn provides a large multi-purpose studio on the first floor complimented by a display that pays homage to the original function of the building. Offices, catering areas and a conference room are also located on the first floor. The second floor boasts a large assembly hall for educational as well as social events.

 

Special attention was paid to the reuse of components and materials that were original to the Dairy Barn. Natural wood tones complimented by its rustic restored fixtures and clean white forms offer the Dairy Barn a bright, admirable space for future Techsans to discover.

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UMCP Orchard Park Clinic Expansion

As one of UMC Physicians’ most popular clinics, Orchard Park Family Medicine was in need for additional space to make room for its growing number of patients.  Additional spaces include a second Nurse Station, 6 additional Exam Rooms, 2 new Offices and supporting spaces.  The expansion is expected to be fully functioning by the end of 2020.  Read More

New Dental | Ortho Clinic Ribbon Cutting | Grand Openings

As with many others, we have had quite the 2020 thus far! From new projects to grand openings, Condray Design Group has been staying busy and hard at work. We recently celebrated the ribbon cutting and grand opening of a project that had been in motion over the last year. Parkview Pediatric Dentistry and St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics celebrated their grand openings in February! Both are located in north Lubbock on the same site north of the intersection at Frankford Avenue and Erskine Street. St. Clair & Massey cut their ribbon and opened their doors on February 18th. Parkview Pediatric Dentistry followed suit on February 24th.

After breaking ground just over a year ago, we were thrilled to see Parkview Pediatric Dentistry and St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics tribute their new offices with their grand openings.

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AIA Lubbock Design Awards

Condray Design Group was thrilled to be honored at the Lubbock American Institution of Architects (AIA) Design Awards as the Honorable
Mention for our work on the Lubbock Spine Institute. The Architect for Lubbock Spine Institute was CDG’s Grant Koertner, who is a member of the AIA and worked alongside our client Dr. Bolkar Sahinler to make the building come to life.

Lubbock Spine Institute is an interventional pain management clinic located in the medical district of Lubbock near both UMC and Covenant.
The building hosts 20 exam rooms, one large procedure room, multiple office areas, and a research and observation area for patients. The institute’s innovative design compliments the positive healing atmosphere for its patients. It is designed with contemporary
lighting and a modern look for a clean and comfortable feel for all who enter. Enhanced by soft contemporary lighting features, the serene yet simple and modern environment provides a clean and comfortable space.

We are so proud to be recognized as the Honorable Mention award winner at the 2019 Lubbock AIA Design Awards!

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Ribbon Cutting at Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute

Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute hosted a formal ribbon cutting for the opening of its newest facility in the state.  The center provides Lubbock and surrounding areas with an intermediate living center which offers services for patients suffering from post-acute brain injury.  Crowds gathered as state representatives and the Institute’s leaders dedicated the facility to healing those affected in our local society.

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Ribbon Cutting at Adventure Park of Lubbock

Adventure Park hosted a ribbon cutting for the city’s latest fun-loving Lubbock landmark!  The entertainment venue showcases an interactive game room, a go-kart speedway, miniature golf, indoor and outdoor rock walls, bumper boats, bumper cars, and a full-service café.

 

Adventure Park is the first phase of a multi-phased entertainment venue aimed to provide unique activities in a family-friendly setting for avid recreation seekers! 

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St. Clair & Massey Northwest Groundbreaking

Lubbock architectural firm, Condray Design Group, was pleased to take part in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new St. Clair & Massey Northwest offices.

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New Lubbock Dental & Ortho Clinics Groundbreaking

Condray Design Group, a Lubbock architectural firm, is pleased to share that orthodontists James St. Clair, C.C. Massey along with Pediatric Dentists Dusty Janssen and Molly Lopez-Cepero announced plans that are underway to expand their growing practices by opening its north Lubbock locations at the northwest corner of Frankford Avenue and Erskine Street.

 

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New Vice President

Condray Design Group is proud to announce that Stacey Elizabeth Mincey, AIA, a Principal Architect at CDG, has been promoted to Vice President of the firm.  She brings over 20 years of healthcare architecture experience and a passion for providing design solutions to healthcare professionals throughout West Texas.

 

A graduate of Texas Tech University and longtime resident of Lubbock, Stacey has brought valuable insight, leadership, and design professionalism to Condray Design Group.  During her transition to Vice President, Ms. Mincey has merged her expertise in healthcare design with continually maintaining a high regard for client relationships.

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New UMC Health System Core Laboratory

Condray Design Group is honored to be a part of University Medical Center Health System’s Core Laboratory expansion! The Lab was renovated to accommodate round-the-clock testing and provide UMC staff with state-of-the-art automated machinery in a modernized facility. The Core Lab provides services for UMC’s Emergency Center, the Southwest Cancer Center, all UMC Physicians Clinics, Texas Tech Physicians, as well as several regional hospitals.

The expanded facility features a new waiting area, private phlebotomy draw areas, a sizeable lab area, updated offices, break room, and support spaces to accommodate UMC staff, patients, and our region.

 

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Open House for University Medical Center’s South Plains Mall Clinic

An Open House was held at UMC South Plains Mall Clinic this month to celebrate its new location. The Clinic was relocated to a larger space in the southeast corner of the mall to better serve its increasing number of patients and providers. The Clinic upgrades showcase modern finishes featuring silver metal walls, deep blue quartz countertops, modern light fixtures, and a new color scheme to include a new bold, blue entrance with red, silver and gray accents.

The Clinic provides a larger Waiting Area with a children’s play area, 4 Exam Rooms, a Lab Work Area, a larger Nurse Station, Offices and two additional Workstations for Providers. Attendants commented on how sleek and modern yet comfortable and calm the new space provides its patients.

 

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Ground Breaking at Transitional Learning Center of Lubbock

TLC of Lubbock broke ground today to celebrate the new construction of their 30,000 square foot West Texas facility. Texas State Senator Charles Perry, Board Chairman Ross Moody, CEO of TLC Steve Takacs, Medical Director Dr. Roger Wolcott, and Program Director Cindy Cypert were among fellow leading acute care medical professionals to speak and partake in the groundbreaking.

Located on Quaker Avenue, north of TrustPoint Rehabilitation Hospital, Transitional Learning Center of Lubbock will continue to provide the West Texas community with an intermediate living center offering services for patients suffering from post-acute brain injury. The new facility includes 24 residential beds, 8 on-campus apartments, a large therapy gym, multiple treatment rooms and administrative offices.

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UMC 2nd Floor Pediatric | PICU Renovations Grand Opening

University Medical Center celebrates the colorful, attention-grabbing, newly renovated Children’s Hospital this month. Renovations were made to 25 pediatric rooms, 16 pediatric intensive care unit rooms, and a new pediatric tub room with an inspiring beach theme. Each of the patient rooms are provided with calming graphics and modified hospitality style built-in storage as well as additional seating areas for families.

When UMC came to CDG to design a dynamic and modern, yet comforting pediatric unit, two main issues needed to be clearly addressed: understanding the scale of the hospital and creating a supportive healing space for children. Through the use of bright colors, fun finishes, efficient and functional spatial planning with interactive detailing, Condray Design Group is able to create a wonderful space for UMC’s younger patients.

Photographer, Ben Hicks, dedicates his oceanic print, “Stars of the Bahamas” to encompass the entire south wall of the pediatric tub room in honor of his son, Carson Hicks.

Read more about the Pediatric Unit:
http://www.lubbockonline.com/news/health/2018-02-08/umc-unveils-13-million-renovation-project-kid-focused-upgrades-pediatric

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YWCA Sun ‘N Fun Honored with Two Top Awards

CDG was recognized this fall for its design of the J.T. & Margaret Talkington YWCA Sun ‘N Fun Aquatic Center by the American Institute of Architects Lubbock Chapter and the International Interior Design Association Texas Oklahoma Chapter.

The new aquatic center was honored with the Citation Award at the Lubbock AIA Design Awards in Lubbock, as well as the Best in City Center – West Texas Award at the IIDA Design Excellence Banquet in Houston.

“It was an exciting project to revitalize a neighborhood institution and help expand the footprint of a great organization.  We were honored to be recognized for our work as a team on this project and appreciate receiving this award from our peers and fellow architects.” says Tyler Voller.

The YWCA Sun N’ Fun is a newly constructed facility consisting of a 22,400 square feet multi-purpose building, as well as a 2,200 square feet aquatic center that compliments an existing neighborhood swimming pool and new 6,700 square feet splash park.

The design concept was to create a community center that the members could use for a wide variety of activities, from basketball and racquetball to rock climbing and neighborhood gatherings.  The modern industrial design of the building provides a fresh look for the community with a combination of masonry, corrugated metal panels, glass, and glowing blue acrylic elements.  The climbing tower, with its thirty-foot-tall window wall that looks out over the surrounding neighborhood, provides a stunning vista to anyone who ascends to the top.

Community spaces provided include a regulation size basketball and racquetball courts, a weight lifting room, large locker rooms, a climbing wall, four classrooms and five administrative offices, as well as a large multipurpose room that is adjoined by a full commercial kitchen.  The aquatic center contains a large reception and check-in space, locker rooms, and office space for the lifeguards, while the pool area received new outdoor seating and lounging areas to go along with the new splash park.

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Lubbock Surgery Center Grand Opening

Lubbock’s newest ambulatory surgery center proudly celebrated its grand opening this fall.  Headed by Dr. Bolkar Sahinler, MD, Lubbock Surgery Center is the city’s newest ambulatory surgery center which focuses on pain management.  The contemporary 6,800 square foot facility provides two large operating rooms, four procedure rooms, five pre-op rooms and five post-op rooms, carefully designed to incorporate cutting-edge technology as well as provide patients with modern yet comforting amenities.  Natural elements and curved forms guide circulation while also creating a tranquil environment for visitors.

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Grand Opening of the New Sorority Lodge for Kappa Kappa Gamma

Members and alumni celebrated the grand opening of the new Country French style sorority lodge in late September. Participants circulated throughout the 10,800 square foot lodge that exhibits a grand entrance with formal staircase, expansive living area, full kitchen, chapter meeting room, multiple academic study rooms, large study hall, and library. Befitting the admirable, over 140 year history of KKΓ, the design creates a dignified presence within Greek Circle that the next generations of Kappa Sisters will call “home.”

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Grand Re-Opening at the Mae Simmons Community Center

Neighborhood residents, city officials, city Parks and Recreation staff, and community outreach organizations gathered together in early August 2017 to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Mae Simmons Community Center. The 12,400 square foot facility features custom clerestory artwork with an innovative lighting feature, newly renovated lobby, activities room, library, computer room, exercise room, kitchen and restrooms.

Mae Simmons was an extraordinary individual who positively impacted countless children’s lives. Through the growth and renewal of the Community Center, Mrs. Simmons’ heart-felt work and mission to help every child succeed continue to benefit the Lubbock society.

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TORCH Convention 2017

Staff members Stacey Mincey and Emily Rowntree represented CDG this year at the annual convention for Texas Organization for Rural and Community Hospitals (TORCH), which was held at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, Texas, April 18-20.

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Ribbon Cutting at the J.T. & Margaret Talkington YWCA Sun ‘n Fun Aquatic Center

The new J.T. & Margaret Talkington YWCA Sun ‘n Fun aquatic center opened Memorial Day weekend. The new facility provides surrounding neighborhoods a cool spot to enjoy during our hot West Texas summers and throughout the year. The family-oriented recreational facility offers the community over 25,000 square feet of fun and includes a full sized basketball court with locker rooms, a racquetball court, an exercise gym, four classrooms, a multipurpose room equipped with full commercial kitchen, and a 35 foot tall climbing wall. The diverse facilities extend outside with an interactive splash park featuring three water slides, a splash pad for the little ones, a covered patio, and a concession stand. Snow cone, anyone?

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Adventure Park

A groundbreaking ceremony was held in August, 2016, to mark the beginning of construction for one of Lubbock’s largest entertainment venues, Adventure Park. Located at Marsha Sharp Freeway and Quaker Avenue, Adventure Park will provide over 14,000 square feet of fun, including a game room with bumper cars, indoor/outdoor dining areas, party rooms, go-karts, two miniature golf courses, bumper boats, gravity tower play structure, and a ropes course with a zipline. Adventure Park is scheduled to open in late 2017.

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