TPWD Daingerfield State Park
Architexas served as the Historic Preservation Architect for the restoration and rehabilitation of the CCC structures at Daingerfield State Park. Developed in the 1930’s under the New Deal program, the project includes the restoration of the park’s three historic structures – the Bass Lodge, Boat House and Concession Building. Built in 1935, these buildings have been in continuous use since that time, and required upgrades to meet ADA and building code requirements in addition to receiving overall restorations. These projects combine the restoration of key exterior features, while renovating several interior functions to correspond to the changing needs of the Park.
Architexas’ work includes completion of historic preservation research, existing materials survey, programming, consultation on the integration of the new mechanical systems, preparation of construction documents for the historic features to be restored and reconstructed, as well as the de-sign of new features incorporated into the building interiors.