Design Firm Relocates Texas Office

Rendering of crew room at McAdams new offices
Rendering of crew room at McAdams new offices at The Realm at Castle Hills | Image by Gensler

Design firm McAdams has strategically planned to relocate its Lewisville office in an effort to expand its workforce and on-site meeting capacity.

With a history of over three decades in Lewisville, McAdams has decided to remain in the area where it has the strongest community connections, specifically in Collin and Denton Counties.

Its new office at 4400 State Hwy 121 comprises more than 30,000 square feet of versatile workspace that includes “huddle rooms,” collaboration stations, offices, and more, as stated in a press release.

“We’re thrilled to finally settle into our new space while still calling Lewisville home,” regional vice president Bobby Dollak said.

“Enhancing communities is what we do best — and that includes our own. Our hope is that this new, thoughtfully designed space serves as a catalyst for growth — not only for McAdams, but for our partners, clients, and friends throughout the region,” Dollak said.

One of the reasons the design and engineering firm moved from its old space at 111 Hillside Dr. is to “attract and retain top industry talent.”

McAdams representatives did not respond to multiple messages seeking comment about how the firm’s new office will help recruit more employees. But in March, Dollak said in a press release the move is “another opportunity for us to showcase our collaborative and innovative culture” that “propels us to a new level of success.”

About 65 employees work at McAdams in Lewisville and Roanoke, the company has said. Bright Realty of Lewisville, Gensler of Dallas, Gordon Highlander of Dallas, and JLL worked with McAdams to create the new office at The Realm at Castle Hills “to attract and retain top industry talent.”

“Each space was intentionally designed by Gensler to inspire creativity and promote collaboration, productivity, and shared purpose,” according to a press release. “Office amenities were curated with employee well-being at the forefront, including a game room, community library, cafe, and wellness rooms.”

Developed by Bright Realty, the Realm at Castle Hills is a master-planned 324-acre community with restaurants, retailers, and residences.

“At Bright Realty, we believe in creating spaces that drive results for our community, and McAdams’ new office at The Realm is a perfect example of that vision come to life,” president and COO Eric Stanley said in a press release.

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