OA&ID Ltd.
Firm Profile

Management
Raymond O'Connor, AIA, Partner
Ola Roos, LEED AP, Partner

The office of OA&ID was formed in 1992, by registered architect Raymond M. O'Connor AIA, who remains a principal in
the firm. The firm now has two principals and a very dedicated group of supporting professionals to serve our clients
needs

    Since 1992, OA&ID has successfully completed numerous complex and unique projects in the
    region, including several significant historic restoration projects and projections involving
    the adaptive reuse of landmark facilities


    The team at OA&ID is very easy to work with and understands that our responsiveness is critical
     to the client's interests.


    We believe in a highly collaborative design process based on consensus building between the
    client and the design-engineering team. The goal of this collaboration is the creation of simple,
    user-friendly design solutions that are easy to construct and cost effective, and when possible,
    integrate sustainable design-LEED® options.


    Construction cost control within the framework of meeting all planning, and aesthetic
    expectations is a specialty, and the firm is well known for this service and for our track record
    on this subject.


    Although the company specializes in the field of architecture, its capabilities include the
     following range of interrelated services:

        - Architectural programming, design and construction documents
        - Adaptive reuse and authentic historic restoration
        - Site and facility master planning with advanced computer aided visualization
        - Economic feasibility analysis
        - Complete interior design and space planning
        - Facility surveys/compliance and physical condition assessments for existing facilities

    Abbreviated Representative Work
    Commercial / Retail / Hospitality
        - FM/AM Facilities for the Ranch Radio Station in the restored/reused historic Jett Building
          Downtown Fort Worth, Texas
        - Numerous Retail/Hospitality Facilities Downtown Fort Worth including Leddy's Ranch Western
          Store, the upper level deck addition to the Flying Saucer Restaurant, and Daddy Jacks
          Restaurant.
        - New Office and Meeting Facilities-Mental Health Association of Tarrant County
          Fort Worth, Texas
    Educational
        - University of Texas/Arlington Fort Worth Center-Downtown Fort Worth, Texas
        - All Saints Catholic School New and Restored Facilities-Fort Worth, Texas
        - Sundance Montessori School Fort Worth, Texas
        - New facilities for St George School, Fort Worth, Texas
    Municipal
        - James Avenue Service Center-City of Fort Worth, Texas
        - New Crime Laboratories and Property Evidence Facility City of Fort Worth, Texas
    Health Care
        - New Neurosurgical Hospital-Center for Neurological disorders, Fort Worth, Texas
    Historic Preservation / Restoration
        - Restoration/Reuse of the Flatiron Building Fort Worth, Texas
        - Restoration/reuse of the Horse and Mule Barns-Fort Worth Stockyards-into the Texas Cowboy
          Hall of Fame
        - Restoration and Reuse of the Historic Kress Building - Downtown Fort Worth
    Religious
        - St Patrick Cathedral Campus-New Facilities and multiple building Restorations
          downtown Fort Worth, Texas
        - Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church-Campus/multiple new facilities.
        - St Jude Church -Campus and New Facilities Mansfield, Texas

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