H&M – Hulen Mall
Fort Worth, TX
Client: Hulen Mall
Facts: Direct Tenant, 22,000 SF
Description: Architecture Design Collaborative (ADC) worked on this H&M store project in Fort Worth, TX. Led by Craig Chinn, AIA and Alexandra Gomez this H&M location was challenging in several respects. To provide visibility and direct access to the storefront it was necessary to construct a small bridge linking the existing bridge to the existing walkway in front of the store. During the demolition process, it was also determined that significant repairs and retrofitting of the existing bridge would be required. Additionally, the existing bridge connecting the parking lot to the entry did not conform to currently accessibility standards. As such, ADC worked with the Texas accessibility reviewer to demonstrate access to the space from alternate points of entry. ADC worked with the Mall, the City and the General Contractor to address these challenges and create a successful H&M store location.
About ADC: Architecture Design Collaborative (ADC) is a Top 30 Architecture Firm and “Fastest Growing Architecture Firm in Orange County” servicing clients nationwide offering multi-disciplinary architectural, planning and interior design services. ADC has active projects in 20 states specializing in mixed-use, residential, retail, and commercial projects. Collectively the team brings a wide range of expertise across many design related disciplines.