experience.

Parscale Group’s collective experience spans decades and countries with thoughtful, functional, and award-winning solutions. We approach each project with careful consideration for its immediate use and long-term value, providing our clients with solutions and designs that matter both today and tomorrow.

epic deep ellum.

The project defines a scale transition between the low-rise historic fabric of Deep Ellum and the high-rises of Downtown. The office tower, composed of stacked, offset volumes, creates outdoor patios at multiple levels and provides self-shading of the full-height glazed exterior wall, both offering panoramic views. At street level, retail activates an internal lane that forms a new gateway to the historic neighborhood. An arrival plaza with outdoor dining areas links the project to the adjacent DART rail station and places new emphasis on the guitar-playing robot sculpture “Waiting on the Train.”

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Office, Retail
size: 268,000 square feet
status: Completed 2018
awards:

Rethinking the Future Award, 2020

role: Ryan served as Designer at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner, developer: Westdale, KDC
general contractor: Balfour Beatty Construction

bsa harrington cancer center.

Uniquely positioned opposite the main health campus, the building houses not only the latest in radiation oncology planning, but serves as a new entry marker to the BSA Health campus. This treatment center is the second location in the nation to integrate the dual-door radiation therapy treatment room design certain to improve the lives and efficiency of care for both the patient and caregiver.

program: Cancer Center
size: 51,000 square feet
status: Completed 2021
role: Justin served as Principal in Charge and Senior Medical Planner at Perkins&Will
Matthew served as Senior Project Manager and Senior Project Architect at Perkins&Will.
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner: BSA Health System in Amarillo, TX
general contractor: JE Dunn

the galbraith.

Located in Downtown Dallas next to the redeveloped, historic Dallas High School and the DART Pearl/Arts District rail station, The Galbraith provides much needed affordable housing in the urban core. Fifty one percent of the project’s 217 units are workforce housing available at below market rate.  The mixed-income, multi-family development features efficiency, one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as a rooftop pool deck, fitness center with outdoor patio and 12,000 square feet of retail space.

program: Multi-family Housing, Retail
size: 220,000 square feet
status: Completed 2022
role: Justin served as Principal in Charge at Perkins&Will
Ryan served as Project Designer during Concept Design at Perkins&Will.
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner: Matthews Southwest in partnership with City of Dallas and Volunteers of America
general contractor: Suffolk Construction

ut southwestern radiation oncology.

At UT Southwestern Radiation Oncology, the Phase One Comprehensive Cancer Center showcases first-of-its-kind radiation therapy vaults. The unique treatment room design with access from opposing walls allows for improved patient and staff experience and operational efficiency. The three-level cancer center is designed to support the doctors’ sub-specialties of cancer treatment. Treatment technologies include 7 radiation therapy treatment rooms, 27 exam rooms, HDR Brachytherapy suite, a minor procedure room, and a patient support room, in addition to academic research space and a conference center.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Radiation Oncology, Office & Medical Office
size: 71,000 square feet
status: Completed 2016
role: Justin served as Principal in Charge and Senior Medical Planner at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
general contractor: Whiting-Turner Construction

the pittman hotel.

Once the center of social life for the Black community of Dallas, the addition and renovation of the Knights of Pythias Temple into a hotel both literally and figuratively reconnects the past and the present. Anchored by the historic structure on the corner, the addition kinks as it extends north to capture pedestrian movement and define a modern gateway into the neighborhood. The active streetscape of the area is connected to the building with ground floor retail, bar, restaurant, outdoor dining, and pool deck, reestablishing the building as the center of social life in Deep Ellum.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Hotel, Restaurant, Ballroom & Retail
size: 32,000-square-foot renovation, 106,000-square-foot addition
status: Completed 2020
awards:

Honor Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2022

Honor Award, AIA Dallas Built Awards, 2020

Critics’ Choice Award, AIA Dallas Built Awards, 2020

role: Ryan served as Project Designer at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner, developer: Westdale, Hightower Development
general contractor: Balfour Beatty Construction

baylor scott and white health administrative center.

The project consolidates numerous satellite offices into a single facility, bringing once disconnected administrative departments into proximity with each other and the core clinical functions they support. The office space is organized as two elevated 3-acre office floor plates, placing all staff not more than one floor away from another. Under this constructed “canopy,” shaded outdoor space allows for amenity functions to extend to the outdoors and into the adjacent park.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Office, Dining & Meeting
size: 300,000 square feet
status: Completed 2020
awards:

Honor Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2022

Winner, Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards, 2021

Honor Award, AIA Dallas Built Awards, 2020

role: Ryan served as Project Designer at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner, developer: Baylor Scott and White Health, KDC
general contractor: Austin Commercial

epic building 2.

The second phase of the mixed-use development in the overlap between Deep Ellum and Downtown, the tower needed to continue the logic of Epic Tower 1 while finding a clear logic in response to its unique contextual conditions. Positioned between downtown and the first phase of the development, the tower’s rectangular form is carved in response to specific view corridors to maintain views of the skyline.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Office, Retail
size: 530,000 square feet
status: To be completed 2022
role: Ryan served as Project Designer at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner, developer: Westdale, KDC
general contractor: Balfour Beatty Construction

texas health hospital – clearfork.

Situated on approximately 8 acres along the northern edge of the Trinity River, THR’s surgical specialty hospital provides expansive and unobstructed views of downtown Fort Worth and the Trinity River. The lush, naturally landscaped site is highly visible from the highway and adjacent walking trails. The four-story facility incorporates 54 patient beds (16 VIP), 12 operating rooms, and full imaging services, along with amenities often experienced at a five-star hotel.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Hospital
size: 150,000 square feet
status: Completed 2015
role: Justin served as Principal in Charge and Medical Planner at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner: Texas Health Resources
general contractor: Balfour Beatty

the richards group.

A study in architecture’s ability to enhance a workplace culture, the project builds directly from the advertising agency’s egalitarian, transparent, and creative work environment. An offset core configuration provides open views across and through the building, as well as shades the west façade from the afternoon sun. An inset on the north façade creates an outdoor patio and reveals a three-story atrium where crisscrossing stairs encourage physical activity and host all-hands meetings. A fitness center occupies the top floor, an area normally reserved for executive offices.

 

photography by: Parscale Photography

program: Corporate Headquarters, Retail
size: 240,000 square feet
status: Completed 2015
awards:

Honor Award, AIA Dallas Built Awards, 2015

Honor Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2019

role: Ryan served as Designer at Perkins&Will
architect of record: Perkins&Will
owner: The Richards Group
general contractor: Manhattan Construction