Reliance Team

Antonio G. Naylor, AIA, ALEP

Antonio G. Naylor, AIA, ALEP

President
Principle Architect

Introduction

Antonio Naylor has spent his professional career providing high value design and planning services to the public sector in Texas.  He continually searches for ways to advise his clients on the best solutions to fit their unique needs and provide results that maximize the functionality and aesthetics of the client’s program.  With his decades of involvement in professional organizations and his extensive network, Antonio has a heightened ability to provide innovative design solutions.  His knowledge and experience provide clients with proactive management of risk and change during a project. Clients can be confident in the process Antonio utilizes to deliver a successful project. From large scale conceptual planning with stakeholders to working on the smallest details of a design, Antonio’s effective communication ensures that clients receive nothing less than his best during every step of the process.

Education

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Texas A&M University, College Station
1991

Advanced Certification Program in Educational Facilities Planning
San Diego State University, San Deigo, California
2015

Licenses & Certifications

Registered Architect in the State of Texas, 26403
Recognized Educational Facility Planner, Council of Educational Facility Planners International
Certified Educational Facility Planner, Council of Educational Facility Planners International
Accredited Learning Environment Professional, Association for Learning Environments

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects
Texas Society of Architects
Association for Learning Environments

Biography

Born in 1968 to a military family in Frankfurt, Germany, Antonio’s early experiences were multicultural and diverse.  At the urging of his father, he learned to speak German before moving to Texas and settling down in Killeen in 1978.  Growing up in Killeen, Antonio competed at the national level and won awards in Industrial Arts for Architectural Drafting.  During his summer vacations, his mother encouraged him to take on various jobs with construction companies.  In 1986 he graduated from Killeen High School in the top 10% of his class.  He was awarded the Presidential Achievement Scholarship to attend the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University in College Station.  While in college, Antonio completed an internship with Austin Commercial, a large construction firm, continuing to develop his understanding of the construction process and sequencing.  Upon graduating in 1991, he entered the architectural industry that had been crippled by the Savings & Loan crisis. Being a self-starter, he took the initiative to open his own business, GioDesigns, offering services for marketing and residential design.  He later contracted with Barnes, Landes, Goodman and Youngblood (BLGY) in Austin, Texas.  In 1992, he was offered full time employment and accepted a position at BLGY, a 25-person firm, working on federal, state and educational projects.

After working several years at BLGY, Antonio went on to work for Jessen Inc., a 20-person firm, where he continued his pubic work including many projects with the City of Austin. Spending 3 years at Jessen, Antonio was recruited back to BGLY to work on a large educational facility.  Working with BLGY and Jessen Inc., prepared him for his venture at Fromberg Associates, where he worked for 20 years, attaining partnership.  Fromberg Associates was a smaller firm with 8 to 10 employees, providing Antonio the opportunity to work in all facets of architecture including pre-design, design, construction administration and project management.  During his 20-year tenure, he continued his work in the public and educational sector. He was also heavily involved in managing the business and daily operations at Fromberg Associates.

In 1998, Antonio become involved and active with the Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEPFI), where he received the designation of Recognized Educational Facility Planner. He then went on to attend the College of Educational Leadership at San Diego State University, receiving an advanced certification in Educational Facility Planning.  He received the designation of Certified Educational Facility Planner (CEFP). He remains involved in CEPFI, which is now called the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).  His designation as CEFP changed with the organization’s name to Accredited Learning Environment Professional (ALEP).

With Fromberg Associates in transition, Antonio sought to continue the work he had enjoyed for the past 25 years.  In 2017, with mutual interests, Antonio and Clifton collaborated to launch a new firm, Reliance Architecture. Building on their successes at Fromberg Associates. Reliance Architecture will continue to serve the needs of public institutions, concentrating on maximizing value, building partnerships, efficient project management and client convenience.

Key Project Experience

  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Legacy Early College High Schoo
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Pasemann Elementary Classroom Addition
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; High School Athletic Facilities
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Middle School Secured Vestibule

Key Project Experience at Previous Firms:

  • City of Bastrop; Bastrop, Texas; Fire Station Facade Renovation
  • Florence Independent School District; Florence, Texas; Security Assessment and Improvements
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Cunningham Elementary Renovations
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Master Planning
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; District Master Plan
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; New Athletic Complex
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Elementary
    Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Ag Barn
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; High School Addition
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; Elementary Addition and Renovations
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Secondary School
  • Travis County Field; Pflugerville, Texas; Austin Executive Airport Terminal Building
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; High School Additions & Renovations
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; Bond Program and Master Planning
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders Additions & Renovations
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; District Master Plan
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Porter Middle School Renovations
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Presidential Meadows Elementary School
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Oak Meadows Elementary School
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Manor Elementary School
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Joslin and Sunset Valley Elementary Addition and Renovations
  • South Texas Electric Cooperative; Nursery, Texas; Office Building Renovations
  • Burnet Consolidated Independent School District; Burnet, Texas; Bond Program New High School Campus
  • Hempstead Independent School District; Hempstead, Texas; High School Addition
  • Hempstead Independent School District; Hempstead, Texas; Elementary School Addition
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Houston and Rodriguez Elementary Additions and Renovation
  • Luling Independent School District; Luling, Texas; Capital Improvement Project
  • Marble Falls Independent School District; Marble Falls, Texas; Spicewood Elementary School
  • Mount Pleasant Independent School District; Mount Pleasant, Texas; New Food Service Facility
  • Texas A&M University; College Station, Texas; Veterinary School Entry Addition
  • Hays County; San Marcos, Texas; New Family Health Clinic
  • Helping Hand Home for Children, Inc; Austin, Texas; Residential Treatment Center
  • Del Valle Independent School District; Del Valle, Texas; Administration Building
  • Gonzales Independent School District; Gonzales, Texas; New Elementary School, Middle School Renovation and High School Gym
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Round Rock, Texas; Stony Point High School
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Austin, Texas; North Oaks Elementary School
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Forest North Elementary,
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Memorial Primary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas, Carl Schurz Elementary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; New Braunfels High School
  • Moulton Independent School District; Moulton, Texas; Moulton Elementary School
  • Texas Air National Guard; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Base Supply and Warehouse Facility
  • Texas Air National Guard; Kelley Air Force Base, Texas; Fire Training Facility
  • General Services Administration; Austin, Texas; IRS/VA/Treasury Building, Phase I
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Seele Elementary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; New Braunfels Middle School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Memorial Elementary School
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida; Interiors Renovation
  • City of Austin; Austin, Texas; Fire and Police Joint-Use Facility
  • City of Austin; Austin, Texas; North Austin Police Substation
  • Texas Youth Commission; Beaumont, Texas; Golden Triangle Youth Detention Facility
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Air Force Pamphlets
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Architectural Renderings
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Bluebonnet Trail Elementary School,
  • Gonzales County Health Foundation, Inc.; Gonzales, Texas; Sievers Medical Center
  • Department of Human Health Services; Phoenix, Arizona; Phoenix Indian Medical Center
  • Goodall-Witcher Hospital Foundation; Clifton, Texas; Goodall-Witcher Hospital Addition and Renovation
  • S. Army Corps of Engineers; Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Hood Housing Revitalization
  • General Services Administration; Austin, Texas; Homer Thornberry Building
  • Texas Department of Safety; Austin, Texas; Texas Department of Public Safety, Phase II
Clifton W. Stuckey, AIA

Clifton W. Stuckey, AIA

Vice-President
Principle Architect

Introduction

Clifton Stuckey has spent his professional career providing high value design and planning services to the public sector in North and Central Texas, specifically focusing on environments in which the youth of Texas can learn and grow. He is continually searching for ways to make the design process more efficient and easier on clients through the use of technology and other tools. He strives to use keen problem solving skills and our best scientific understanding of the built environment combined with an understanding of his clients and desires to arrive at designs that best fit their unique needs and wishes. From large scale conceptual planning with stakeholders to working on the smallest details of a design, Clifton brings leadership and attention to the appropriate scale to accomplish the goals of the project.

Education

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Texas A&M University, College Station
2004

Licenses

Registered Architect in the State of Texas, 26471
Registered Architect in the State of Arizona, 64266

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects
Texas Society of Architects
Association for Learning Environments

Biography

Originally from Wichita Falls, Texas, Clifton graduated from Rider High school in 1999. He then attended the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University in College Station. Starting with a semester internship and then after graduation from he worked for Bundy, Young Sims & Potter, a 20-person Architecture firm in Wichita Falls, Texas. Just a few months out of college he began managing projects, completing four projects with local school districts, along with several other projects in the public and private sector during his time at BYSP.

After a few years with Bundy, Young, Sims & Potter he took advantage of the prospect to live abroad in Prague, Czech Republic, where he had the opportunity to experience different cultures and explore Europe. After returning to Texas he moved to Austin, Texas and worked for several years in the construction industry as an estimator and assistant project manager. This experience provided Clifton with an insider perspective on the process of design, preparing bid and construction documents, and working with contractors that he uses to this day to help make the process smoother, more efficient and deliver a better product for his clients.

Clifton then spent over five years at Fromberg Associates in Austin, Texas. While at Fromberg Associates he managed many projects of various sizes and scopes, from a small fire station addition to a new high school for Thrall Independent School District. During this time he worked alongside Antonio Naylor, Project Executive at Fromberg Associates. As Randy Fromberg decided to draw a close to his long career in Architecture, Antonio and Clifton decided to start a new firm, building off of their success at Fromberg Associates.

In 2017 Clifton and Antonio began Reliance Architecture to continue to serve the needs of public institutions in Central Texas, with concentration on maximizing value, building partnerships, efficient project management and client convenience.

During his free time, Clifton designs and tries to build electric guitars. He is also invovled with Center for Inquiry-Austin and sits on their Leadership Council.

Key Project Experience

  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Legacy Early College High School
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Pasemann Elementary Classroom Addition
  • Thrall Independent School District; Thrall, Texas; New High School and Campus Improvements

Key Project Experience at Previous Firms:

  • Bastrop County ESD #1; Elgin, Texas; Fire Station Addition
  • Thrall Independent School District; Thrall, Texas; High School Addition
  • Poteet Independent School District; Poteet, Texas; Junior High Field House and Cafeteria
  • Poteet Independent School District; Poteet, Texas; Intermediate School Addition and Renovation
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Kocurek Elementary Renovations
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Excel Academy Renovations
  • First Bank of Quanah; Wichita Falls; Texas, Branch Bank
  • Olney Independent School District; Olney, Texas; New Athletic Complex
  • Holliday Independent School District; Holliday, Texas; New Elementary School
  • Wichita County Health Clinic; Wichita Falls, Texas; Clinic Expansion
  • Holliday Independent School District; Holliday, Texas; New Athletic Complex

Other Experience

Clifton Stuckey worked for several years as an estimator and assistant project manager at a construction firm, giving him an insider perspective on efficiency of design, preparing construction documents to encourage competitive bidding and working with contractors to deliver the best product for his clients.

Antonio G. Naylor, AIA, ALEP

Antonio G. Naylor, AIA, ALEP

President
Principle Architect

Introduction

Antonio Naylor has spent his professional career providing high value design and planning services to the public sector in Texas.  He continually searches for ways to advise his clients on the best solutions to fit their unique needs and provide results that maximize the functionality and aesthetics of the client’s program.  With his decades of involvement in professional organizations and his extensive network, Antonio has a heightened ability to provide innovative design solutions.  His knowledge and experience provide clients with proactive management of risk and change during a project. Clients can be confident in the process Antonio utilizes to deliver a successful project. From large scale conceptual planning with stakeholders to working on the smallest details of a design, Antonio’s effective communication ensures that clients receive nothing less than his best during every step of the process.

Education

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Texas A&M University, College Station
1991

Advanced Certification Program in Educational Facilities Planning
San Diego State University, San Deigo, California
2015

Licenses & Certifications

Registered Architect in the State of Texas, 26403
Recognized Educational Facility Planner, Council of Educational Facility Planners International
Certified Educational Facility Planner, Council of Educational Facility Planners International
Accredited Learning Environment Professional, Association for Learning Environments

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects
Texas Society of Architects
Association for Learning Environments

Biography

Born in 1968 to a military family in Frankfurt, Germany, Antonio’s early experiences were multicultural and diverse.  At the urging of his father, he learned to speak German before moving to Texas and settling down in Killeen in 1978.  Growing up in Killeen, Antonio competed at the national level and won awards in Industrial Arts for Architectural Drafting.  During his summer vacations, his mother encouraged him to take on various jobs with construction companies.  In 1986 he graduated from Killeen High School in the top 10% of his class.  He was awarded the Presidential Achievement Scholarship to attend the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University in College Station.  While in college, Antonio completed an internship with Austin Commercial, a large construction firm, continuing to develop his understanding of the construction process and sequencing.  Upon graduating in 1991, he entered the architectural industry that had been crippled by the Savings & Loan crisis. Being a self-starter, he took the initiative to open his own business, GioDesigns, offering services for marketing and residential design.  He later contracted with Barnes, Landes, Goodman and Youngblood (BLGY) in Austin, Texas.  In 1992, he was offered full time employment and accepted a position at BLGY, a 25-person firm, working on federal, state and educational projects.

After working several years at BLGY, Antonio went on to work for Jessen Inc., a 20-person firm, where he continued his pubic work including many projects with the City of Austin. Spending 3 years at Jessen, Antonio was recruited back to BGLY to work on a large educational facility.  Working with BLGY and Jessen Inc., prepared him for his venture at Fromberg Associates, where he worked for 20 years, attaining partnership.  Fromberg Associates was a smaller firm with 8 to 10 employees, providing Antonio the opportunity to work in all facets of architecture including pre-design, design, construction administration and project management.  During his 20-year tenure, he continued his work in the public and educational sector. He was also heavily involved in managing the business and daily operations at Fromberg Associates.

In 1998, Antonio become involved and active with the Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEPFI), where he received the designation of Recognized Educational Facility Planner. He then went on to attend the College of Educational Leadership at San Diego State University, receiving an advanced certification in Educational Facility Planning.  He received the designation of Certified Educational Facility Planner (CEFP). He remains involved in CEPFI, which is now called the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).  His designation as CEFP changed with the organization’s name to Accredited Learning Environment Professional (ALEP).

With Fromberg Associates in transition, Antonio sought to continue the work he had enjoyed for the past 25 years.  In 2017, with mutual interests, Antonio and Clifton collaborated to launch a new firm, Reliance Architecture. Building on their successes at Fromberg Associates. Reliance Architecture will continue to serve the needs of public institutions, concentrating on maximizing value, building partnerships, efficient project management and client convenience.

Key Project Experience

  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Legacy Early College High Schoo
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Pasemann Elementary Classroom Addition
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; High School Athletic Facilities
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Middle School Secured Vestibule

Key Project Experience at Previous Firms:

  • City of Bastrop; Bastrop, Texas; Fire Station Facade Renovation
  • Florence Independent School District; Florence, Texas; Security Assessment and Improvements
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Cunningham Elementary Renovations
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Master Planning
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; District Master Plan
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; New Athletic Complex
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Elementary
    Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Ag Barn
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; High School Addition
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; Elementary Addition and Renovations
  • Three Rivers Independent School District; Three Rivers, Texas; New Secondary School
  • Travis County Field; Pflugerville, Texas; Austin Executive Airport Terminal Building
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; High School Additions & Renovations
  • Bloomington Independent School District; Bloomington, Texas; Bond Program and Master Planning
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders Additions & Renovations
  • Marion Independent School District; Marion, Texas; District Master Plan
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Porter Middle School Renovations
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Presidential Meadows Elementary School
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Oak Meadows Elementary School
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Manor Elementary School
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Joslin and Sunset Valley Elementary Addition and Renovations
  • South Texas Electric Cooperative; Nursery, Texas; Office Building Renovations
  • Burnet Consolidated Independent School District; Burnet, Texas; Bond Program New High School Campus
  • Hempstead Independent School District; Hempstead, Texas; High School Addition
  • Hempstead Independent School District; Hempstead, Texas; Elementary School Addition
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Houston and Rodriguez Elementary Additions and Renovation
  • Luling Independent School District; Luling, Texas; Capital Improvement Project
  • Marble Falls Independent School District; Marble Falls, Texas; Spicewood Elementary School
  • Mount Pleasant Independent School District; Mount Pleasant, Texas; New Food Service Facility
  • Texas A&M University; College Station, Texas; Veterinary School Entry Addition
  • Hays County; San Marcos, Texas; New Family Health Clinic
  • Helping Hand Home for Children, Inc; Austin, Texas; Residential Treatment Center
  • Del Valle Independent School District; Del Valle, Texas; Administration Building
  • Gonzales Independent School District; Gonzales, Texas; New Elementary School, Middle School Renovation and High School Gym
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Round Rock, Texas; Stony Point High School
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Austin, Texas; North Oaks Elementary School
  • Round Rock Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Forest North Elementary,
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Memorial Primary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas, Carl Schurz Elementary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; New Braunfels High School
  • Moulton Independent School District; Moulton, Texas; Moulton Elementary School
  • Texas Air National Guard; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Base Supply and Warehouse Facility
  • Texas Air National Guard; Kelley Air Force Base, Texas; Fire Training Facility
  • General Services Administration; Austin, Texas; IRS/VA/Treasury Building, Phase I
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Seele Elementary School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; New Braunfels Middle School
  • New Braunfels Independent School District; New Braunfels, Texas; Memorial Elementary School
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida; Interiors Renovation
  • City of Austin; Austin, Texas; Fire and Police Joint-Use Facility
  • City of Austin; Austin, Texas; North Austin Police Substation
  • Texas Youth Commission; Beaumont, Texas; Golden Triangle Youth Detention Facility
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Air Force Pamphlets
  • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence; Kelly Air Force Base, Texas; Architectural Renderings
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Bluebonnet Trail Elementary School,
  • Gonzales County Health Foundation, Inc.; Gonzales, Texas; Sievers Medical Center
  • Department of Human Health Services; Phoenix, Arizona; Phoenix Indian Medical Center
  • Goodall-Witcher Hospital Foundation; Clifton, Texas; Goodall-Witcher Hospital Addition and Renovation
  • S. Army Corps of Engineers; Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Hood Housing Revitalization
  • General Services Administration; Austin, Texas; Homer Thornberry Building
  • Texas Department of Safety; Austin, Texas; Texas Department of Public Safety, Phase II
Clifton W. Stuckey, AIA

Clifton W. Stuckey, AIA

Vice-President
Principle Architect

Introduction

Clifton Stuckey has spent his professional career providing high value design and planning services to the public sector in North and Central Texas, specifically focusing on environments in which the youth of Texas can learn and grow. He is continually searching for ways to make the design process more efficient and easier on clients through the use of technology and other tools. He strives to use keen problem solving skills and our best scientific understanding of the built environment combined with an understanding of his clients and desires to arrive at designs that best fit their unique needs and wishes. From large scale conceptual planning with stakeholders to working on the smallest details of a design, Clifton brings leadership and attention to the appropriate scale to accomplish the goals of the project.

Education

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Texas A&M University, College Station
2004

Licenses

Registered Architect in the State of Texas, 26471
Registered Architect in the State of Arizona, 64266

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects
Texas Society of Architects
Association for Learning Environments

Biography

Originally from Wichita Falls, Texas, Clifton graduated from Rider High school in 1999. He then attended the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University in College Station. Starting with a semester internship and then after graduation from he worked for Bundy, Young Sims & Potter, a 20-person Architecture firm in Wichita Falls, Texas. Just a few months out of college he began managing projects, completing four projects with local school districts, along with several other projects in the public and private sector during his time at BYSP.

After a few years with Bundy, Young, Sims & Potter he took advantage of the prospect to live abroad in Prague, Czech Republic, where he had the opportunity to experience different cultures and explore Europe. After returning to Texas he moved to Austin, Texas and worked for several years in the construction industry as an estimator and assistant project manager. This experience provided Clifton with an insider perspective on the process of design, preparing bid and construction documents, and working with contractors that he uses to this day to help make the process smoother, more efficient and deliver a better product for his clients.

Clifton then spent over five years at Fromberg Associates in Austin, Texas. While at Fromberg Associates he managed many projects of various sizes and scopes, from a small fire station addition to a new high school for Thrall Independent School District. During this time he worked alongside Antonio Naylor, Project Executive at Fromberg Associates. As Randy Fromberg decided to draw a close to his long career in Architecture, Antonio and Clifton decided to start a new firm, building off of their success at Fromberg Associates.

In 2017 Clifton and Antonio began Reliance Architecture to continue to serve the needs of public institutions in Central Texas, with concentration on maximizing value, building partnerships, efficient project management and client convenience.

During his free time, Clifton designs and tries to build electric guitars. He is also invovled with Center for Inquiry-Austin and sits on their Leadership Council.

Key Project Experience

  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Legacy Early College High School
  • Taylor Independent School District; Taylor, Texas; Pasemann Elementary Classroom Addition
  • Thrall Independent School District; Thrall, Texas; New High School and Campus Improvements

Key Project Experience at Previous Firms:

  • Bastrop County ESD #1; Elgin, Texas; Fire Station Addition
  • Thrall Independent School District; Thrall, Texas; High School Addition
  • Poteet Independent School District; Poteet, Texas; Junior High Field House and Cafeteria
  • Poteet Independent School District; Poteet, Texas; Intermediate School Addition and Renovation
  • Austin Independent School District; Austin, Texas; Kocurek Elementary Renovations
  • Manor Independent School District; Manor, Texas; Excel Academy Renovations
  • First Bank of Quanah; Wichita Falls; Texas, Branch Bank
  • Olney Independent School District; Olney, Texas; New Athletic Complex
  • Holliday Independent School District; Holliday, Texas; New Elementary School
  • Wichita County Health Clinic; Wichita Falls, Texas; Clinic Expansion
  • Holliday Independent School District; Holliday, Texas; New Athletic Complex

Other Experience

Clifton Stuckey worked for several years as an estimator and assistant project manager at a construction firm, giving him an insider perspective on efficiency of design, preparing construction documents to encourage competitive bidding and working with contractors to deliver the best product for his clients.

About Reliance

Reliance Architecture brings Value, Management, Partnership and Convenience to school and public architecture in Central Texas. At Reliance Architecture, we are responsive to the unique needs and values of each of our clients, using our expertise, experience and technology to make the design and building process of more value to our clients while making it simple and easy to navigate.

Contact Reliance

MAILING ADDRESS:

1306 Barrington Dr.
Austin, Texas 78753

PHONE:

(512) 758-7660

E-MAIL:

info@reliancearchitecture.com

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