Selected Gordon Highlander Projects
This 62-year-old building was transformed into a one-of-a-kind showroom for Sherle Wagner International.
An outdoor showroom and indoor travel agency that involved splitting suites, building a new entrance, remodel of the existing office space, and more.
Gordon Highlander was hand-picked to design, engineer, and build a first-generation build-out of a golf simulator.
This signature project comprises 3 office pods and includes the engineering/distribution of electrical, air, and drainage for hundreds of pieces of equipment.
High-end law firm with specialty millwork, ceiling features, and custom automatic pivot doors on Crestron controls.
Contemporary/industrial, high-end finish-out with specialty millwork, specialty lighting and controls, floating ceilings, glass storefront, and luxury flooring.
Complete demolition and construction of a contemporary, high-end finish-out with specialty millwork, ceilings, and walls.
6 phase full restack of 233,000 sf corporate home offices including executive floor.
Complete demolition of existing space and high end contemporary interior finish out project with specialty millwork, wallcovering and flooring. Project completed in 8 weeks.
First generation tenant finish out. High-end medical finish-out.
Complete demo, construction & finishes of corporate offices. Project completed in 5 weeks.
New finish out of Office/Tech building for corporate home office.
This 852,000 sf project was a remodel, and primarily consisted of upgrading the building’s restroom cores and remodeling the truck court and parking lot for the building.
This 602,500 square foot project was a total facelift to the exterior of the building and the parking lot, and a make-ready of the existing office space.
This 3,000 square foot project was a new construction medical finish-out in a medical office building associated with Huguley Hospital in south Fort Worth.
This 16,000 square foot project encompasses a completed demo and remodel of the existing space, including the roofing system.
This bright white and modern space was transformed by Gordon Highlander out of what was once an antiques showroom.
The finish and custom work on this project was unique, as we partnered with Matthew Baird, who designed the Folk Art Museum of New York.
This 8-week new construction included 6500 sf of high-end office finish-out, truck court fencing, and retrofitting of existing elements.
Southwest Installation was a 32,000 sf office/warehouse new construction tenant finish-out in Austin, Texas.
This was our first LEED-certified project, which received a rating of Silver under the Commercial Interiors category.
This 250,000 sf project was new construction and had an extremely tight budget and schedule.
We expanded the Kuehne and Nagel warehouse twice. The first expansion involved 60,000 sf of HVAC warehouse; the second was 70,000 sf of warehouse space and 7,000 sf of office space.
This was a project we created for Richard Greth at Hillwood. It was a total of 62,500 square feet: 4,180 of office/showroom space and 58,320 of warehouse space.
Thackeray Partners bought a building on McKinney Avenue for their home office. Gordon Highlander remodeled the common areas of the building along with the entire second floor.