We champion design that makes lives better

A jogger passes a shade pavilion along a bayou with an urban skyline in the background.


Page understands that civic projects must reflect and often amplify the client’s mission. This often requires integrating with the campus or community and creating durable, welcoming facilities. We are faithful to a robust Pre-Design process to incorporate stakeholder voices in a meaningful way and help decisions to “stick” even as things change.

We have collaborated with all kinds of clients – cities, counties, states, non-profits, conservancies - to create great places to work and play. We incorporate building science throughout design to make evidence-based design choices. We consider diverse voices within and beyond the project team to create places of pride and inclusion.

Since 1898, we have had the pleasure to realize our civic clients’ visions for courthouses, parks, libraries, community center, offices, aquatic centers, emergency operations centers, forensic and evidence facilities, and more. Our civic teams are deeply committed to the communities in which they work, and Page dedicates a consistent team to each project
from start to finish.

Facts and Figures







Featured Clients

  • Architecture of Buffalo Bayou Park / Houston, Texas
  • Austin Convention Center / Austin, Texas
  • Avenue Community Development Corporation / Houston, Texas
  • BakerRipley East Aldine Economic Opportunity Center / Houston, Texas
  • Buda Municipal Complex / Buda, Texas
  • Discovery Green / Houston, Texas
  • Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences / Houston, Texas
  • Harris County Jury Assembly / Houston, Texas
  • Houston City Hall and Annex Renovation / Houston, Texas
  • Long Bridge Aquatics and Fitness Center / Arlington, Virginia
  • Presidio of San Franciso / San Francisco, California
  • Quarry Run Regional Operations Center / San Antonio, Texas
  • Robinson-Westchase Neighborhood Library / Houston, Texas
  • Travis County District Attorney’s Office / Austin, Texas

Civic Sector Experts

Wendy Heger


Daniel Brooks

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