Structures Solutions Beyond the Structure

McGingerbread Mansion Holiday Competition

Over the past couple weeks, Structures’ engineering elves have been hard at work. The team split into three groups to compete in the First Annual Gingerbread Mansion Competition, testing their skill on a different—but much tastier—level. The teams each received one gingerbread village kit to…

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The Gingerpendent

The Design With over 175 square inches of amenities spanning across fourfloors, the Gingerpendent offers the most significant and diverseassortment of candy, decorating classes, relaxation, and entertainment accommodations this side of the equator. Enjoy avibrant and energetic 3rd floor amenities deck or relax on the…

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Munchkin Mansion: A Residential Studio Product

The Team Jennifer Castilleja Project Manager Organized meetings Provided tools and general direction Staci K Chase Architectural Lead Provided vision for the project’s story Lead decorative efforts Hector Ortiz The Star Provided structural guidance and strategy Lead glazing efforts The Structure Design Challenges Structurally supporting…

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Santa and Mrs. Claus Bungalow Ho Ho Residence The North Pole

Project Scope When you think of Santa Claus, what comes to mind? Elves? Toys? Reindeer? None of that would have any contextwithout the sleigh. Our structure takes its inspiration from the vehicle that takes Santa across the globe and into the dreams ofchildren. It provides…

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Structures’ New Home

Structures’ New Home

Structures has grown significantly during our 26 years and after over 15 years in our old building, the time has come to move into a larger space. We are excited to announce our new address at: 6926 N. Lamar Blvd Austin, TX 78752 We’re mere…

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Hunger Has Flown the Coop!

Hunger Has Flown the Coop!

Structures once again teamed up with Anderson High School and SpawGlass Contractors to participate in this year’s CANstruction design competition for the Austin Area. The event, which took place this past Saturday, invites architects, engineers, contractors, and students to build models made of canned goods…

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Cheyenne’s Warriors

Cheyenne’s Warriors

This past Sunday, JDRF had a fantastic turn-out for the One Walk in Austin. Sean Blanck, one of Structures’ BIM modelers, led his daughter’s team, Cheyenne’s Warriors, in an effort to raise money and awareness for Type 1 Diabetes. Many of Structures’ staff participated and…

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Sean’s Ghoulish Crafts

Sean’s Ghoulish Crafts

A few days ago, a gargoyle began to perch above the office copier. Just as Punxsutawney Phil lets us know if winter will be shorter or longer, the arrival of the gargoyle means one of two things: it’s either Friday the 13th or it’s the…

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Taking Aim at a Cure

Taking Aim at a Cure

The JDRF walk is very personal to Structures because one of our own employees, Sean Blanck, has a daughter, Cheyenne, with Type 1 diabetes (T1D). Cheyenne would love to have a large group walking together on her team at the JDRF walk and all wearing…

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The Inaugural structure|austin Competition

The Inaugural structure|austin Competition

This is the first year for the structure|austin competition. structure|austin is an annual showcase recognizing structural excellence within the AEC community. Nominations are submitted for consideration and thirteen projects were in this year’s nomination list. Of these, three are chosen for recognition. We’re delighted to…

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