Beck’s Fort Worth Office

  • Fort Worth, Texas
    5,000 SF
    Beck – Architecture Beck – Construction

The Beck Group’s Fort Worth office relocated to 464 Bailey Avenue, a historic building the firm redesigned to reflect the city’s past, present, and future.

Having outgrown its previous space on Hemphill Street, Beck led the design and construction of the new 5,000 SF office, which sits on the second floor of the building.

It features an open-seating environment and plenty of collaborative spaces for in-person and virtual meetings. Flex spaces allow employees who work remotely or in the field to have a “home” in the office.

The office fronts the building’s atrium, which features a huge glass window facing downtown Fort Worth. The entry is composed of a stone wall and a custom wood pivot door. Once inside, guests will see a leather feature wall handcrafted by Artist Daniel Wright. The Fort Worth native’s design signifies the city’s long and colorful history of cowboys and cattle drives.

The office is  in the city’s booming Cultural District. It is a short walk to amenities in the area, including museums, restaurants, bars, and retail. It also offers living opportunities in adjacent neighborhoods with access to West 7th, downtown, West Fort Worth, and magnificent city and river views.