Kimbell Art Museum
Kimbell Art Museum

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Centre Roberto Garza Sada
Centre Roberto Garza Sada

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Private Residence Pool House Seating Area & Canopy
Private Residence Pool House Seating Area & Canopy

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PRACTICE

Reg Hough associates, LLC is a professional organization of architectural concrete consultants and concrete restoration specialists experienced in all phases of concrete construction.  Our firm of concrete specialists act in accordance with the criteria set forth by Reginald D. Hough, FAIA of achieving quality results in performing architectural concrete work for over 50 years.

Providing a full range of services with specialist expertise of the material, construction methods, procedures, and techniques required to produce quality architectural concrete as well as a sensitivity to architectural design to any project.  The firm is experienced in guiding an architectural concrete project through the design, specification, estimating, bidding, scheduling, drawing production, and construction administration stages in an orderly, productive, and cost effective manner.  The group has developed construction procedures for specialized work and designed the formwork for many significant structures achieving effective architectural results and a fast economical construction.

"There are many specific techniques and levels of sophistication involved in concrete construction, the design team must be developed to reflect the construction techniques and methods required to achieve the desired results." 
~Reginald  D.Hough, FAIA

 

LATEST PROJECTS
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OBAMA PRESIDENTIAL CENTER

The Obama Presidential Center, designed by architects Todd Williams and Billie Tsien, will be a world-class museum and public gathering space on the South Side of Chicago.

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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM

Designed by the world-renowned Ghanaian-British architect Sir David Adjaye and his firm Adjaye Associates, in collaboration with executive architects Cooper Robertson, the new Art Museum building will roughly double space for the exhibition, conservation, study, and interpretation of the Museum’s globe-spanning collections.