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Kell Munoz Architects
Muñoz and Company (formerly, Kell Muñoz Architects) is a leading architecture firm based in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Founded in 1927, the firm specializes in the design of major academic, K-12, healthcare, scientific and infrastructure projects. It is the largest minority-owned design and management firm in the state of Texas.
Among their latest works is designing a new $150 million Courthouse for the City of San Antonio.
The founders were John Kell, Sr. (1903-2002) and Bartlett Cocke. Kell's mentor was O'Neil Ford.
Muñoz and Company has won over 130 juried design awards at the local, state and national levels for a variety of projects.
Some current and recent projects
This list includes projects in which Muñoz and Company collaborated with other architecture firms:
- Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas
- Dolph Briscoe Jr. Library, UTHSCSA, Texas
- Northrup Hall, Trinity University, Texas (along with Robert Stern)
- Engineering and Biotechnology Building, UTSA
- University Health System Hospital
- Alice McDermott Building, CTRC, San Antonio, Texas
- Perry-Castañeda Library, UT Austin
- Our Lady of the Lake University main building, Texas
- Frost Bank main tower, Downtown San Antonio, Texas
- University of Texas at Dallas, Math, Science and Engineering Teaching-Learning Center, Dallas, Texas
- AT&T Center (along with Ellerbe Becket)
- University of Texas-Pan American Education Complex