NORWALK, CT--In order to better serve its client base within the Texas design community, acoustics, audio & video firm JaffeHolden has announced the opening of its Texas office in Houston.
"We have completed a number of significant projects in Texas over the past 50 years and with several currently under way it was only natural that we establish a local office to be more accessible," said Mark Holden, chairman of JaffeHolden. "With so many projects in design and construction, the move was also a practical decision; as we plan for the future growth of the company, it is important that we be of more service to architects and our clients."
JaffeHolden has collaborated on a multitude of projects over the years including the Wortham Opera House (home to the Houston Grand Opera), Moores Opera House and the School of Music at the University of Houston and the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts in Houston; the Bass Performance Hall, Van Cliburn Recital Hall and the Texas Christian University Recital Hall in Ft. Worth; and the Globe-News Center in Amarillo. JaffeHolden has also collaborated on such projects as the Cynthia Woods Pavilion in the Woodlands, Sam Houston Race Track, the Bass Residences and the 1894 Galveston Opera House.