Dallas-based BOKA Powell designed the new Frisco Discovery Center, an adaptive re-use that converted a former warehouse into an arts, education and cultural center.

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BOKA Powell provided architecture for adapting 25,000 sq ft of empty warehouse space–part of a 150,000-sq-ft building once occupied by rocket maker Beal Aerospace –into a destination for the city of Frisco.

The open space is now home for a 100-seat black-box theater, gallery and Sci-Tech Discovery Center hands-on learning center.

Dallas-based Balfour Beatty Construction built the project, which was funded by the Frisco Community Development Corp.