Our expertise spans all scales – from highrise office towers, campus master plans and corporate headquarters to speculative office buildings and interior build outs. We prioritize delivering outsize impact and market differentiation with our office projects that that maximize effectiveness and value through daylighting, energy efficiency and view enhancement, while maintaining cost-efficient layouts and commercially viable building systems.

Sustainability at Scale

The project achieved LEED Core & Shell v4 Platinum certification from the United States Green Building Council as well as Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) commercial 4-Star rating and is currently targeting Fitwel 1 star rating. It was sold at the point of substantial completion in the largest-ever single asset transaction in the city’s history according to the Austin Business Journal.

Metropolis Think Tank: Greening Together

When Metropolis Magazine looked to Texas as the site for one of its Thursday Think Tanks held across the US, it tapped Page for support on the topic of sustainable building, and the firm recruited two current clients to participate and discuss our work together on the new headquarters for Austin Energy.

Unlocking Value from Aging Assets

These days, in order to remain competitive, older buildings need much more than a facelift or a lighting retrofit. Page specializes in identifying ways to unlock trapped value in these aging assets and make them more competitive against new construction. The firm was listed in the top 25 in the U.S. in the annual Building Design + Construction Industry Reconstruction Sector Giants rankings.

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Daniel Brooks

Managing Director - Austin, Commercial / Mixed-Use Market Sector Leader

Matthew Z. Leach

Design Director

Kris Walsh

Interior Design Director

David Quenemoen

Design Director

Cristina Diodati Jones

Market Sector Manager - Commercial / Mixed-Use

Steve Edwards

Commercial / Mixed-Use Director

Talmadge Smith

Design Director