PSC Merges with WD Architects
These two well-established, award-winning firms joined forces and are providing unprecedented single-source architecture, design and engineering services to the region. This unified team of experienced professionals is poised to accommodate the area’s 21st century public-sector needs above the ground, below the surface and everything in-between.
PSC + WD have decades of rich experience working on major projects throughout the Southwest. The firm’s design professionals are organized into specialized sectors, such as K-12 Education, Higher Education, Healthcare, Community Practice, Government, MPE/Structural, Public Works, Infrastructure, Environmental and Transportation. With over 300 design professionals and support personnel, PSC is the largest firm in the region. This benefits each client by providing focused design expertise with the resources of a large firm.
WD Architects (WD), founded by Jim Wilson and Jim Doche, has had a major impact on the Amarillo landscape and skyline for more than 40 years. They have a well-deserved reputation, particularly in the area of healthcare and educational facilities, and provide a full complement of architectural services from site development to interior design.
A Brief Representation of Notable WD Projects include:
Amarillo Public Library – East, Southwest and Northwest branches
Courtyard by Marriott, Downtown Amarillo (Formerly known as the Fisk Building and opened in January 2011, this project marks the largest private investment in Amarillo’s central business district in more than 40 years.)
First Presbyterian Church, Amarillo – Great Hall Project
The Don & Sybil Harrington Cancer Center
Northwest Texas Hospital
River Road High School
Ronald McDonald House