Featured Projects

CHRISTUS Health Headquarters – Sustainable Concepts partners with CHRISTUS Health as it establishes its new headquarters in Las Colinas, Texas. Guiding the LEED and WELL Certification processes, we ensure sustainability and employee wellness are prioritized in the project. The new headquarters, set for completion and certification in 2024, will feature integrated workspaces and outdoor areas, fostering collaboration. CHRISTUS Health’s commitment to innovation and community engagement in Las Colinas’ dynamic district is evident in this transformative project.

Toyota Music Factory – Proudly LEED certified, the Toyota Music Factory in Irving is a dynamic entertainment destination. With diverse bars and venues catering to every musical taste, including a 4,000-seat performance hall and amphitheater operated by LiveNation, it offers an immersive experience for patrons. The outdoor Plaza hosts year-round events, while sustainable practices underscore its commitment to environmental stewardship. Join us at the Toyota Music Factory, where entertainment meets sustainability.

Wildlife Commerce Park – Sustainable Concepts proudly partners with Crow Holdings and Ridgemont Commercial Construction to ensure sustainable practices throughout the construction and design phases of this industrial building.

Situated in Grand Prairie, Wildlife Commerce Park exemplifies eco-conscious design tailored for industrial operations. With a focus on environmental stewardship and efficiency, the park is designed to meet the highest standards of sustainability, enhancing operational performance while minimizing environmental impact. As a testament to our commitment to sustainability, Wildlife Commerce Park integrates LEED-certified practices, reflecting our dedication to eco-friendly industrial development.

Irving Central Fire Station – In partnership with CORE Construction and Parkhill Architects, Sustainable Concepts oversees LEED certification for the new Central Fire Station in downtown Irving. Sustainable Concepts is dedicated to ensuring LEED certification, reflecting our commitment to sustainable building practices. 

Scheduled to open in mid-2024, construction is progressing smoothly. The station will incorporate bricks from the former building, paying homage to the Irving Heritage District. With living quarters on the ground level and sleeping quarters upstairs, the two-story building will feature fire poles for quick access to emergency vehicles. Staffed by a crew of four firefighters and equipped with a fire engine, the station exemplifies efficiency and excellence.

Cedar Hill Premier Library – Sustainable Concepts has been honored to be selected as the sustainability partner for this ambitious new construction endeavor in Cedar Hill. Collaborating closely with the project team, we oversee construction and design phase documentation, ensuring the seamless integration of sustainable practices and adherence to LEED guidelines and procedures.

This visionary project, commissioned by the City of Cedar Hill, represents a fusion of innovative design and community collaboration. Designed by the renowned PGAL architecture firm and constructed by Balfour Beatty, the Cedar Hill Premier Library Project aspires to become a cornerstone of sustainable development and community engagement in Cedar Hill.

Parkland Outpatient Clinic, Dallas – The newest addition to the Parkland campus is a six-story outpatient clinic on the Parkland Campus. Sustainable Concepts provided LEED consulting for the Construction Administration phase of this project. The architect was HKS and the contractor was a McCarthy/Crowther Joint Venture. Completed in 2021 and certified LEED Gold in 2022.

Dallas Holocaust Museum – Sustainable Concepts partnered with the museum as it sought out a larger space to expand its educational mission. Founded in 1984, the museum has evolved into a cornerstone of education and tolerance in Dallas. The preliminary designs, created by Omniplan, integrate seamlessly with the museum’s mission, promising an immersive experience for visitors.

The museum, now a vital institution in Dallas, continues to inspire and educate visitors on the importance of human rights. With its state-of-the-art exhibits and interactive displays, the museum provides a powerful platform for learning and reflection.

As a partner in this transformative project, Sustainable Concepts remains committed to supporting the museum’s ongoing sustainability efforts. Together with Omniplan, we continue to implement sustainable practices to reduce environmental impact and promote human rights.