NRH Centre

An 85,000 sq. ft. new recreation center and aquatics center for the City of North Richland Hills. Drilled pier/slab-on-void foundation, structural steel frame system, masonry, metal panel, and glass façade, and membrane roof system. The facility includes a banquet hall with catering kitchen, gymnasium, an indoor elevated track, multi-purpose rooms, an aerobics and dance studios, cardio/weight/fitness area, childcare area, senior activity area with classrooms, administrative offices, and indoor leisure pool with water amenities.

Architect: Brinkley Sargent Architects

Size: 84,960 SF

Location: North Richland Hills, Texas

  • LEED Certification
    Presented by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

  • Recreation Facility Design Excellence Award
    Presented by TRAPS (Texas Recreation & Parks Society)

  • Innovative Architecture and Design Award
    Presented by Recreation Management Magazine

  • In Their Words
    Vickie Loftice, Managing Director of Community Service

    "Given that the NRH Centre project was the city's first CMAR project, Byrne was outstanding in helping to guide us through this construction delivery method including preconstruction services. They were right on target with estimating, staying within budget and delivering the project on time. Working together as a team was critical to the success of the project."