Commercial Kitchens and Concrete Floors

Although Goodwin-Lasiter-Strong is the name that many know today, our company was originally established in 1983 as Goodwin-Lasiter, Inc. In 2001, we partnered with Scott & Strong, an architectural and interior design firm with an outstanding history of modern and artistic performance. Although we are passionate about our current and recently completed projects, we like to feature previous work to highlight individual members of our GLS team. One project in particular, Hudson I.S.D's High School Cafeteria, was designed in part by our very own Vice-President of Architecture, Mark Strong, AIA, RID. Having outgrown their existing facility, Hudson I.S.D. commissioned Scott and Strong to design a

The Ultimate Build Out: TAMU's Equine Center

As part of a series of projects to build out Texas A&M University's Equine Facilities, GLS assisted in Phase II, which concerned the Center's infrastructure. With approximately 200 acres of land to develop, GLS focused on the sizing and design of the infrastructure for research facilities, nutrition laboratories, an arena, pavilion, classroom/lecture facilities and dedicated pastures. This framework included waterlines, sewer lines, a concrete roadway, a gravel roadway, gravel access drive, a lift station, multiple culverts, and a standby generator. For the project, the waterline was modeled and designed for full development and able to provide fire protection. Similarly, the sanitary sewer

Wells, Lines and Plants: Improving a Water System

Originally established as a railroad village, the City of Kosse can trace it's history back to 1869. Although the City has expanded with operations including agriculture, ranching, the Luminant Kosse Mine and more, they did not have their own water supply. Until recently, the City had purchased water from a nearby water district. In order to provide a more cost effective water solution for its' citizens as well as a local source of drinking water, the City initiated the Water System Improvements Project. The roughly $2.5 million dollar project was funded by the Texas Water Development Board with an EDAP grant and D-Fund Loan to provide a water plant, two water wells, and a water line connect

Phase II: Downtown Rehabilitation

The City of Bryan is currently revitalizing its' downtown through several stages of an $8 million project. Determined to improve the overall look and utility of downtown Bryan, the City has focused on restoring streets and sidewalks to increase mobility of both vehicles and pedestrians. In the second stage of the project, the focal point was 28th Street to 24th Street, including Bryan Avenue and all of the side streets in between. To improve this particular area of downtown, the focus was placed on replacing all underground utilities, and upgrading/adding to the storm sewer system. All existing overhead utilities were taken underground including electric, telephone, and TV. New sidewalks wit

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