NEWS

SBL Architecture Announces New Hire, Robert Rinker, RA

20 Apr 2021, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Promotions

SBL Architecture (SBL) is pleased to announce that Robert Rinker, RA, joined the firm as a Project Architect.  Robert joins the firm at a great time, as he will support increased project demand and help achieve continued growth throughout the firm. Robert’s path to SBL…

SBL Architecture Promotes Sidney Carrasco to Associate

20 Apr 2021, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Promotions

It wasn’t our usual in-person gathering; but, this past week, we all logged into zoom to celebrate the announcement of our newest Associate: Sidney Carrasco, AIA, LEED Green Associate. Sidney has consistently demonstrated an unwavering commitment to design excellence and dedication to his craft and…

From our SBL Family to Yours

22 Dec 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Life

As we wrap up what may have been one of the most unique years in the 26-year history of SBL, we reflect on what we’re thankful for: our people. Our people have always shown up for one other and our clients, but over these past…

SBL Architecture’s Office Re-entry Plan

04 Dec 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Life

It feels great to be in the office…. but different. Once our local officials deemed it safe to do so, we made modifications to the office per COVID-19 protocols in order to welcome back our first small group of staff back into our office. Prior…

Expanding Our Reach

24 Nov 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Events

Through a trusted relationship, SBL Architecture was brought on board by Texas Woman’s University (TWU) to guide them through the process of visualizing, planning, and designing an extensive renovation to the Old Main Building.  Built in 1901, Old Main is the oldest building on campus,…

Midland Health poised for success

07 Nov 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Events, Healthcare

It all begins with a concept.  The concept for the 9th floor renovation was developed pre-COVID, but evolved as the pandemic evolved.  As the virus spread, hospital administration behind the 9th floor project, which began as a med-surge patient unit, realized its enormous potential to…

Happy National Donut Day!

05 Nov 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Events, Life

Happy National Donut Day! Who knew that was even a holiday?!  We did. We are that kind of firm.  We know all facts of healthcare architecture, interior design, codes, and those associated with it, like donuts. Like any donut shop, you have a wide variety…

2020 Small Business of the Year

30 Oct 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Uncategorized

SBL Architecture is proud to be this year’s Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year in the for-profit category. After 26 years, we have done a lot and learned a lot. One of the most important things we have realized is just…

SBL Architecture Celebrates Office Culture with Virtual Chili Cook-off

27 Oct 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Life

Our “normal” Chili Cook-off this year was canceled, but we didn’t let that stop us from celebrating our 15th annual competition and enjoying some delicious chili. It wasn’t possible this year to have participants taste each other’s chili, so the contest was based on photos….

BECOMING GREEN(er)

24 Oct 2020, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Life, Promotions

SBL Architecture is proud to congratulate one hard-working individual who recently earned the title of LEED Green Associate. Our team is very proud to announce that Sidney Carrasco, RA, NCARB has achieved the LEED Green Associate credential. Sidney will bring his LEED expertise to a…