The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) has a brand new facility in College Station, TX. TVMDL serves the animal industry of Texas through veterinary diagnostics and protects the public health by identifying potentially dangerous specimens found in animals. Their new facility contains state of the art laboratories, educational spaces, work spaces and a cafe. The architects, Perkins + Will, used a sleek, mid-century feel throughout the building. Keystone provided the sycamore casework throughout, the walnut slat wall and ceiling, the reception desk, display case, the solid surface countertops and the panel office walls.
We are punching out at the Texas A&M Computing Services project. Check out the images for a sneak peek at the renovations. This hi-tech, modern and sleek new facility will surely be a favorite spot for students.
Christ United Methodist Church in College Station, TX recently finished construction on their 3rd portable medical clinic made from a shipping container. This one will be taken to a remote fishing village near Matamoros in Mexico. We designed, fabricated and installed the cabinetry for this container. The team from CUMC were very pleased with what they called “top notch quality” millwork and we were pleased to be part of such a top notch quality project.
Keystone partnered with the Bryan Rotary Club and the Bryan Habitat for Humanity to create 20 Little Free Libraries that were installed in the Habitat for Humanity communities in Bryan. Little Free Libraries contain books donated by the Bryan Rotary and members of the community are invited to take a book and leave a book. We were happy to create these little libraries that we know will benefit and enhance our community. We purchased high density polyethylene materials for this project; the same material used in playground equipment. This material is UV and water resistant and will protect the books and keep the little libraries looking great for many years to come. Here are a few pictures of the project finishing up in our manufacturing plant and our owner, Bob Kraus assisting in their installation around Bryan.