Parkhill, Smith & Cooper cut the ribbon on its new office in Frisco, Texas, giving a home to PSC’s unique and diverse architecture and engineering design services to the Dallas-Forth Worth area.

“It was an exciting day and it was great to see many of our partners with the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and fellow businesses as well as clients, come out to welcome us with our official opening,” Frisco Office Manager and PSC Principal Scott Nelson said. “It’s been a couple of months now but glad to get settled in and see those partners come join us and welcome us here to the Frisco community.”

The Frisco Chamber of Commerce officially recognized the PSC office group, located at 2600 Network Blvd., and presented Nelson and PSC President and CEO Joe Rapier with a certificate from Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz. Chamber representatives as well as other businesses around the area joined PSC employees in the celebration and toured the office.

The office includes work spaces, a conference room, co-lab space for team collaboration, kitchen and reception area. The office houses design experts from architecture and engineering that specialize in multiple areas including Church, Infrastructure, Interior Design, K-12 Education, Landscape Architecture, Site Development, Solid Waste and Structural.


Parkhill, Smith & Cooper Inc. was established in 1945 in Lubbock, Texas and now has more than 300 employees in nine offices across Texas and New Mexico. PSC is a multidisciplinary firm that provides comprehensive architectural and engineering design services for a multitude of projects in government, commercial and institutional sectors – including K-12 and higher education, public works, environmental, infrastructure, transportation, healthcare and church facilities. PSC’s internal resources includes design professionals in architecture, civil engineering, interior design, landscape architecture, MEP engineering and structural engineering.