Bruce A. Rose, AIA, has joined FKP Architects, Inc. as Senior Project Designer. Rose has more than 27 years of expertise in architectural design and production. His recent Texas projects include a dental clinic in Weatherford, the Tarrant County Southeast Sub-Courthouse, the Arlington Police Service Center, JPS Health Network Southeast Community Health Center in Arlington and the Cook Children’s Physician Network Northeast Clinic in Hurst.
Rose holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and is a registered architect in the state of Texas. He is also a member of the American Institute of Architects and was awarded the Citation Award in 1998 for his work on the Arlington High School addition and in 1992 for his work on the Arlington Memorial Hospital Outpatient Center.
FKP Architects, Inc. has provided architectural and consulting services for numerous facilities in the Metroplex/North Texas area including Children's Medical Center in Dallas, Texas Health Resources in Plano and Dallas, Baylor Medical Center at Garland, Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Of Dallas.
FKP is a 68-year-old, Texas-based, full-service architecture and consulting firm with offices in Houston and Dallas. The firm provides design, planning and consulting services to healthcare institutions, research facilities and higher education campuses. FKP has more than 120 employees and has completed and ongoing projects in 42 states and four foreign countries.