The Canyon Lake Times Guardian

PBK Architects and Joeris General Contractors are both veterans in new school constructions

By Paul Heidelberg

PBK Architects of Houston, with an office in San Antonio and Joeris General Contractors of San Antonio, who have worked on the new Canyon Lake High School since groundbreaking in June, 2004, both are veteran companies in the new school construction field.

PBK Architects, Web site, was founded in 1981. The company has offices in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas/Ft. Worth, League City, McAllen and Austin.

The firm has worked on remodeling or new construction at three high schools in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in Houston, and has other clients for the construction of high schools throughout the state.

Working on the college level, PBK Architects recently completed a seven-building project at Laredo Community College in Laredo.

Established in 1967, Joeris General Contractors, Web site, is involved in building schools in the K to 12 grade levels, and retail, religious, corporate, research/medical and hospitality construction.

The firm completed 127,500 sf additions and 116,000 sf renovations at Canyon High School in New Braunfels in Feb. 2004, including construction of the new Cougar Den gymnasium.

Joeris General Contractors also worked with PBK Architects on the 400,000 sf Karen Wagner High School in San Antonio, in the same 26-5A District as Smithson Valley High School.

Working with McChesney & Associates, the company completed the addition of a 153,230 sf multi-purpose building on the University of the Incarnate Word campus in San Antonio in 2002.

Joeris General Contractors also worked with Charles Pope & Associates, Architects, to complete the new Gruene Harley-Davidson building in Gruene in 2006.

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