Dallas Hotel Showcases Uponor Commercial Plumbing and Hydronic Distribution Systems
March 14, 2014
When Texas and Pacific Railroad built its Dallas headquarters facility in 1918 they probably couldn’t have imagined that almost a century later the stately building would be converted into a hotel to accommodate the ever-increasing number of visitors to downtown Dallas. The railroad left the building to a bank in the late 1950s and since then, the building endured several facelifts and remodels until it closed in early 2000. A decade later, Irving, TX-based Lowen Hospitality management bought the office building and began to convert the building into a Homewood Suites by Hilton. Lowen Hospitality hired the Dallas architecture and engineering design firm of Aguirre Roden, Inc. (ARI) and Aguirre Roden Building Solutions (ARBS) to fill their needs for a design-build format.
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