Lenexa City Center Library

The Lenexa City Center Library is a new destination branch of the Johnson County Library System in Kansas. It will serve as a source of innovative technology, information, and experiences that will enrich the community. Located on a municipal block at the heart of the City Center development, which aims to serve as a new downtown for the City of Lenexa, the library will serve the growing community of Lenexa with a place to learn, explore, create, and connect. The new library branch will incorporate a service model designed to enhance public access to the collections, focus services to patrons, and integrate patron self-service strategies and staff mobility.

City of Wylie Municipal Complex

The City of Wylie Municipal Complex combines all city offices, a municipal recreation center, and the public library. It represents the community’s unwavering commitment to a facility that vastly expands citizens’ access to services, information, programs, and its city government. The expanded programs and services are organized into three buildings connected by a continuous 770-foot long Texas-limestone wall.

Cedar Hill Government Center

The multi-functional civic building is a mark of the city’s pioneering spirit, bringing together three community functions for the first time: the City Hall, Independent School District administrative offices, and Police Department. Linking Cedar Hill’s rugged frontier past with its current enterprising image, the building uses local materials, regional symbols, and the character of the surrounding landscape in innovative, unusual ways.

George A. Purefoy Municipal Center

Housing both a city hall and library space, richly patterned, custom fabrics and flooring used throughout the complex reflect Frisco’s history and traditions.  Dramatic vaulted spaces, multi-storied atrium, and light-filled, airy interiors appropriate for a municipal facility are awe-inspiring to visitors. Marked by a constant buzz of activity, the lively and dynamic interior spaces encourage residents to utilize the center as a place for gathering.

Globe News Center for the Performing Arts

Phenomenal grassroots support formed the driving force for the creation of the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts. Embodying the community’s cultural aspirations, the Center located in the heart of downtown, serves the entire Panhandle region. At the heart of the Center is a 1,300-seat multi-purpose hall that will be used by the local orchestra, ballet, opera, and other regional arts organizations.