Company Overview of Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, Inc.
Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, Inc. provides architectural, engineering, design-build, and program management services to private and public sector clients in the United States and Mexico. It provides architectural services for various projects, including aviation, civic, corporate/commercial, education, international, justice and judicial, mission critical/data center, mixed use/hospitality/residential/resort, parking structures, recreation, renovation, and science/technology/healthcare projects. The company also provides interior architectural services for corporate, commercial, and hospitality projects, as well as airline clubs; engineering services for aviation, flood control/drain...
Houston, TX 77042
Founded in 1946
Key Executives for Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer and Principal
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, Inc. Key Developments
Texas A&M University System Selects PGAL to Design Texas A&M, Galveston’S Newest Academic Building Complex
Jan 23 15
PGAL was approved by the Texas A&M University System's Chancellor to begin negotiations to provide Architect/Engineer Professional Services for the Academic Building Complex project on the Galveston campus. The proposed scope for the building is to design a 4-story, approximately 80,000 SF Academic Building and associated infrastructure. The new Academic Building will occupy a prominent location on the Texas A&M University at Galveston (TAMUG) campus entrance and is intended to be an icon for the University. The facility will be the first that visitors, prospective students, and guests see upon arrival. The main components of the building program include: academic classrooms; chemistry, physics, biology and computer labs; faculty and administrative offices; enrollment services center; student success center; and shared spaces such as the lobby/exhibition space, multipurpose conference room, and informal gathering/extended learning spaces.
PGAL/Gulf Building to be Design/Build Team for $27 Million SFRTA Project
Jan 6 15
The South Florida Regional Transit Authority (SFRTA) has awarded a contract to the design/build team of PGAL and Gulf Building LLC for a $27 million project that will include replacement of the existing Pompano Beach, FL Tri-Rail station and platforms as well as construction of a new three-story operations center and a four-story parking garage on the site. The new facilities will be geared to meet the SFRTA goal of achieving a minimum of LEED Silver certification by incorporating an array of sustainable elements such as a photo-voltaic system and car-charging stations. Other project features include a pedestrian crossover structure, bus canopies and new vehicular and pedestrian circulation systems. The Tri-Rail station will remain operational throughout the project despite work occurring over, under and around existing railroad tracks and infrastructure, requiring fine-tuned construction coordination. Groundbreaking is planned for Spring 2015.
PGAL Appoints Lorrie Adair as Managing Principal of the Dallas Office
Nov 20 14
PGAL announced that Lorrie Adair, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the company as Managing Principal of the Dallas office. Lorrie brings 28 years of experience to the post, including design and management of complex projects in the fields of aviation, hospitality, healthcare, education, justice and military construction. Prior to joining PGAL, Lorrie held leadership positions with several international design firms. She also served as Owner's Representative for the DFW Airport Development Department.
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