Portfolio: Corporate


Fish & Richardson Law Office

This Austin Energy Green Building project included the demolition and build-back of the interior areas of the 20th floor in the 111 Congress Building in Downtown Austin consisting 7 large conference rooms, all with custom millwork and furniture, as well as 35 finished offices, a breakroom, lounge and lobby. The scope included all MEP work, all finishes including, specialty ceiling replacement using 3 Form panels to simulate ‘fish’, MAARS demountable partitions, flooring, millwork and paint. Throughout the space, elegant finishes were applied from floor to ceiling, such as custom light fixtures, numerous wall coverings and quartz countertops.

All of this work was done in a densely populated area of downtown in an occupied building. This presented numerous challenges of managing material delivery, as well as coordinating any base building items with the property owner, Cousins Properties.

Cousins Properties Management Office at The Domain, Austin, TX

2nd generation tenant improvement of an office space consisting of demolition and build-back to create a new office layout and an additional conference room. Finishes included new partitions with updated doors, frames and hardware, resilient flooring in the breakroom, carpeting throughout the suite and new floor tile at the lobby entrance, updated feature wall and reception desk with signage, updated sprinkler and fire alarm devices, as well as paint throughout the space. In addition, we provided an additional source of access/egress to the corridor. Deliveries and loud work were coordinated with the building engineers/facility outside of business hours due to the building being occupied.

Recurrent Energy Offices at The San Jacinto Center – Austin, TX

This project was an interior finish-out consisting of individual offices and open office space with work stations, several conference rooms and huddle rooms, a breakroom, storage room and IT room on existing tenant offices at the San Jacinto Center. Coordination was necessary with security, building management and existing building tenants due to the boisterous work.

Alfred Williams & Co. Showroom – Austin, TX

This jaw-dropping transformation was a full gut and remodel of an existing BMX and Motorcycle shop. The showroom and office build-out consisted of many structural improvements in order to open up the space to go along with the addition of 2 stairs. The building has new water, gas and electrical service to go along with brand new RTUs. The interior has exposed ceilings with drywalled MEP piping and ductwork, acoustic baffles, skylights and a new lighting package. The offices and conference rooms consist of DIRTT Walls which include integrated electrical, data & A/V. We revived the concrete floors with stained epoxy and installed carpet in the open office area, individual offices and conference rooms. White Oak slats cover the north wall of the interior ramp and are seen at the concierge desk and the main break room island and extend to the exterior. The 2,000 square foot exterior patio is accessible through the new storefront or rear garage doors and consists of cast in place concrete with an stained acrylic top coat and gorgeous pendant lights.

Kimley-Horn San Marcos

This project was a second generation interior finish-out consisting of individual offices and open office space with work stations, several conference rooms, huddle rooms, an open workstation area, a breakroom, storage room and IT room on existing tenant offices. complete with all new finishes, lighting, mechanical and power requirements thoughout. Coordination was necessary with security, building management and existing building tenants due to the boisterous work.

ShipStation at The Grove Office Building and Patio

This project was a first-generation tenant finish-out of three floors. We partnered with Corgan and CBRE at the DD stage. Our careful pre-planning made it possible to be able to complete the project in 26 weeks.

This project spans 105,345 SF consisting of open office workspaces, custom millwork throughout, acoustic treatments, upholstered seating, demountable partitions with custom angular soffits, expansion of the existing balconies and an addition of a rooftop deck.

During the office finish-out project, the patio expansion was added. Our involvement began at the conceptual design stage, which was critical in identifying key project challenges and getting ahead of material procurement. Additionally, extensive value engineering took place at DD stage to help save $400K to reach the client’s desired budget. Extensive structural reinforcement was added to allow for additional roof load. We also extended the existing elevator and egress stair to the roof as required by code.

The rooftop patio features include a perforated perimeter screen to define the space, the exterior was a combination of thin limestone and metal paneling coupled with a Viracon Glass storefront, Mbrico pedestal paver system over the TPO roof with Turnesol planters, accent lighting, landscaping, trellis shading structures and perimeter railing. The addition of this feature came with heavy coordination with the ongoing finish-out below to add a monumental stair that provides access to the patio via ShipStation’s executive area.

Whole Foods: 5th & Baylor

Our recently completed Whole Foods Offices at 5th and Baylor project is a second-generation tenant improvement that was constructed simultaneously on levels 2, 3 and 4 of the downtown building spanning a total of 51,000 SF.

Upgrades include private offices, huddles, conference rooms, open spaces, a break room, a new internal stairwell and an atrium art installation piece. The high-end finishes in this space also feature acoustical baffles, architectural wood screens, breeze block installations, millwork with integral plantings and wall coverings.

Our early involvement in this project was vital for the success of this project. The project team provided constructability reviews, scheduling updates and budget assessments starting at the design development set and throughout all design phases, which brought this project to successful completion.

Texas Wildlife Association Headquarters

The new headquarters for the non-profit Texas Wildlife Association is a ground-up single-story wood-framed building that incorporates heavy timber trusses with 2 x 6 wood decks, a metal roof, storefront and western window systems.

Sabre performed all civil and site work encompassing 5.98 acres which included a road bore underneath FM 1102, all utilities, an asphalt parking lot and a complete asphalt road encircling the building with an aerobic septic system and detention pond.

Four Hands Furniture Headquarters

This project was an interior renovation creating an office, retail and warehouse space for the headquarters of Four Hands Furniture Company. The scope included three phases of construction.

The Four Hands finish-out included open office areas with built-in steel workspace partitions, a high-end break room area with brass accents, restrooms and showers refresh and collaborative spaces with custom carpentry trim work on the façade.

In addition to the interior scope, Sabre replaced the existing storefront glass with larger units, which required significant panel cuts to the tilt-wall structure. The final phase of the project consisted of new landscaping, custom shading structures and a perimeter fence.

Belterra Medical Building

Belterra Medical Building ‘S’, a ground-up, two-story, concrete tilt-wall medical office building, features a second story perimeter walkway, a decorative Corten metal panel at the main entry, and finished out elevator lobbies. The building also has a two-stop, machine roomless traction elevator.

Due to large elevation changes on the south and east side of the building, a large retaining wall was designed to account for the drop in elevation. Additional site work includes an asphalt parking lot with concrete curbs and landscaping.