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We Offer Services Beyond Architectural Design

TMA-CHA Architects Inc., is a full-service architectural, planning and design firm. With our commitment to quality and our professional expertise, we have built an excellent reputation over the last two decades. From preliminary design, to detailed construction documents, we continuously focus on creating appropriate design solutions to meet our client's needs. Our services include: PLANNING…
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Want Some Help Paying for Your Building?

Mixed-use design, or mixed-use architecture, has been around since the 1900‘s.  At that time, the design was unique in that it featured two stories:  the first floor was used for retail, offices or some other kind of business, while the second floor was a residence for rent or hotel.  From the 1900‘s through the 1920‘s,…
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Inside the Design for TCIDA

We are pleased to announce that Tarrant County Infectious Disease Associate’s new building will be located at 1025 College Avenue. The new office will accommodate research, clinic, and pharmacy departments totaling to 16,000 SF of space. We worked closely with the physicians to meet their goals, as well as their patient’s needs, paying special attention…
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tma-cha Sponsors Religious Production

As a multi-faceted architectural firm, tma-cha has been involved in various religious projects over the years, including Alliance Community Fellowship Center, Fort Worth Presbyterian Church, and Grace Church. We understand the programmatic needs, budgetary requirements, and the desire for an appropriate design solution for these special places, where people worship, and congregate. This year, we’re…
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Cornerstone Pain Management Under Construction

Cornerstone Pain Management, owned by Dr. Sardar, is now under construction at 801 E. Debbie Lane in Mansfield. The 11,690 SF Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) will feature a variation of brick and smooth stone on the exterior, with an OR, x-ray room and pharmacy on the interior. I have always used the analogy that designing…
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