New Manor Public Works Building Taking Shape!

June 30, 2020 by: Eric Mac Inerney

We are excited to see our design of the City of Manor Public Works Department’s new office building take shape. The nearly 5,000 square-foot building houses offices, training spaces, a laboratory, support spaces, and meter/parts storage.  The contemporary design is intended to relate to the city’s recent city hall expansion.  The single sloped roof allows for high windows in the training and ... Read More

Architecture / Educational / Civic

Heimsath Supports Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation

February 25, 2020 by: Eric Mac Inerney

Heimsath Architect was a Copper level sponsor at the 2020 Shining Stars Gala supporting the Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation.  It was a great chance for our staff to get dressed up and learn more about the wonderful scholarships and funding the Foundation is providing to the Round Rock community.  It was a lovely evening and a great success for the Partners in Education. Read More

Schools / Architecture / Round Rock ISD

Team 5628 -- Tau Manifesto Advances to Regionals

February 20, 2017 by: Eric Mac Inerney

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Technology / Promotion

Word of Life celebrates their new building

November 28, 2016 by: Eric Mac Inerney

We were excited and proud to be with Word of Life Fellowship in Cibolo, TX as they worshipped for the first time in their new 5,000 SF building.  The building is Phase 1 of their 2014 Masterplan.  Judging by the crowd, it shouldn't be long before Phase 2 is needed! Read More

Worship Space / Church Design & Construction / Religious

Kitchen Renovation Featured in Austin Home Magazine

July 01, 2014 by: Eric Mac Inerney

A request from a neighbor for a new addition and renovation has become a striking, light-filled kitchen that was featured in an issue of Austin Home Magazine.   Eric MacInerney designed a simple, unified space under a dramatic, upward sloping roof.  The modern design is complimented by selections from interior designer Laura Burton.  A bright red beam replaces the old exterior wall, holds up the ... Read More

Modern Architecture / Residential Design & Construction

1,000+ Tour the Green Home, Purple Heron Residence on AIA Homes Tour!

October 26, 2012 by: Eric Mac Inerney

This year's Austin AIA Homes Tour exceeded all expectations! Eric MacInerney's Purple Heron Residence was toured by over one-thousand visitors. The design is a contemporary update of a traditional craftsman- style home. It features many traditional art-and-crafts details with an open floorplan designed for contemporary living. The home also features many innovative green building technologies, ... Read More

Austin / Residential Design & Construction

Adapting House Design to Local Environment

July 18, 2012 by: Eric Mac Inerney

On one of our current houses we have gone beyond the traditional vented crawl space. In hot humid climates, typical crawl space venting brings warm humid outisde air into the cooler spaces under the house. This causes condensation and thus a more moist environment.. For this home, we designed a conditioned, sealed, crawl space with controlled air circulation. Listen to local green builder Matt ... Read More

Residential Design & Construction