JP Morgan Chase Tower

Project: JP Morgan Chase Tower
Location: Houston, Texas
Project Type: Corporate Headquarters, Office Towers, Super High Rise
Developer/Owner/Manager: Hines
Design Architect: I. M. Pei

Completed in 1982 and Houston’s tallest building, JPMorgan Chase Tower is a 75-story, 1.7 million-square-foot, five-sided office tower clad in pale gray polished granite. The development includes a 15,000-square-foot granite-paved pedestrian plaza at the entrance, a private sky lobby on the 60th floor and 22,237 square feet of retail space. The focal point of the plaza is a monumental sculpture by Joan Miró entitled “Personage and Birds.” The sculpture is the largest Miró sculpture ever commissioned.

HMA provided existing conditions assessments and subsequent design of the fire alarm, detection, annunciation and communication system.


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