NEWS // 09.16.15
Huckabee celebrated the opening of the new Fort Worth office
Huckabee officially cut the ribbon last week for its new office space in Burnett Plaza in downtown Fort Worth—on the heels of the firm’s grand opening for its Austin office’s new location in The Domain weeks before. It was Huckabee’s first chance to welcome school district clients, corporate partners and special guests into the new office (to read more about Huckabee’s new corporate digs, click here). More than 200 people attended and had the opportunity to explore the office’s 45,000 square feet of collaborative and technology-driven work space.
In Fort Worth, Huckabee dedicated three meeting spaces in honor of individuals who have made an impact on the Huckabee story. The Terry Learning Center—the central space in which Huckabee employees gather to re-connect, learn and socialize—was re-dedicated in memory of Timothy Terry, a former employee who made a lifelong impression on the firm before his passing. The Newsom Room—a unique meeting space and central design element of the lobby—was dedicated in memory of Vernon Newsom, former Superintendent of Mansfield ISD. And, The Founders Room—a state-of-the-art conference room—was dedicated in honor of the company’s founder, Mr. Tommie Huckabee. In Austin, Huckabee dedicated The Hart Room in honor of Dr. Rob Hart, Superintendent of Liberty Hill ISD.
Huckabee has six offices in Texas, located in Fort Worth, Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and LEx Labs, our educational research lab, at Baylor University in Waco.