Wylie Municipal Complex

The City of Wylie Municipal Complex is a campus style municipal complex which consists of City Hall, Library, and Recreation Center. The Complex is comprised of three buildings with a pedestrian breezeway between each building. The north wall of each building consists of a loadbearing Texas limestone wall. The three-story 43,500 square foot City Hall  includes a 100 seat City Council Chamber, a pre-Council Chamber, administrative office areas, and departmental offices. The two-story 45,960 square foot Recreational Center includes running track at the second level, two gymnasiums, multi-purpose rooms, an aerobics and dance room, cardio/weight/fitness area, child care, and administrative offices. The single story 44,580 square foot Library facility includes a large open area for book racking systems, a teen reading area, an adult reading area, administrative areas, and checking area at the library entry.

The project was designed using LEED specifications and incorporates a number of sustainable elements including native landscaping, rainwater management, local materials, and natural lighting.

Architect: Holzman Moss Architecture

Size: 134,000 SF

Location: Wylie, Texas

  • National Brick in Architecture Award
    Presented by Brick Industry Association

  • Innovation Award for Facility Design and Construction
    Presented by DFW Metropolitan Area Park and Recreation Directors Association

  • In Their Words
    Mindy Manson, City Manager

    "Byrne’s staff are all hard-working, patient, customer service oriented individuals who are very knowledgeable in their field. Every deadline was met, every estimate was accurate and every commitment was honored. We look forward to the opportunity to work with Byrne Construction Services again in the future."