PGAL Wins Two Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards
The 2020 Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards were held - virtually - on September 24 and PGAL was honored with two of the prestigious awards.
The ceremony recognized the most notable commercial real estate projects and developments in the greater Houston area of 2019.
Best Public Assembly Project went to the Texas A&M University at Galveston Academic Complex which included more than 148,000 square feet of academic classroom and student common space and a new landmark at the entrance of the campus.
The Community Impact Award went to the Holocaust Museum Houston Renovation + Expansion which added a new, three-story 57,000-square-foot building that houses expanded exhibition spaces, classrooms, large library, and administrative offices, making it the fourth largest Holocaust Museum in the U.S.
Congratulations to all of the fantastic projects, teams, and developments recognized at this year’s ceremony.
For more information on the awards, click HERE.