In 1956 George Harrell and E.G. Hamilton had a vision for creating a company with an uncompromising commitment to design excellence and integrity in every aspect of its practice.
Since the beginning, we have worked to transform the landscape of Dallas and surrounding regions—creating architecture for our clients that engages, innovates and endures and brings incredible growth and prosperity for our community.
3616 Crescent Avenue in Dallas, Texas is a suburban dwelling with integral courtyards designed by OMNIPLAN founder E.G. Hamilton.Read More
An apartment tower in the quiet of a residential neighborhood that overlooks downtown Tulsa and the Arkansas River.
Republic National Bank Tower
A beautifully scaled facility that continues to be a dominant landmark structure on the Dallas skyline.Learn More
The Fairmont Hotel
A one-tower hotel and an adjacent apartment building tied together at a landscaped terrace level with a courtyard.
Texas Tech Law School Building
In its West Texas setting, the Texas Tech Law School Building interplays between a series of solid planes, varied columns of space, brick texture and native live oaks.Read More
Given careful attention to space, order and natural light, its restrained design has secured a lasting success for its simple palette.Learn More
Mountain View College
Deep on the 210-acre parcel, the architects discovered an arroyo that became the nexus of their design. The college became a continuous structure—occupying both sides of the arroyo, connected by bridges.Learn More
Dallas Convention Center
The Dallas Convention Center is an architectural expression of our city’s ambition, over time, to grow and prosper.Learn More
Uninterrupted vistas are possible on each floor thanks to the column-free space provided by its remarkable 105-foot-long precast concrete beams, the longest to have ever been used in construction at the time.Learn More
Woodall Rodgers Tower
This office building sits on a one-acre city block adjacent to Klyde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas. Because of site restrictions, the office building lives on top of the parking garage--creating a taller building with greater presence along Woodall Rodgers Freeway, and maximizing views for the office space (the lowest office level is nine floors up). OMNIPLAN proudly officed on the 15th floor for 19 years and then moved to the 16th floor in 2020.
Life in the Community
The cities we work in are more than just work for us. Architecture and design can bring balance and happiness to people's lives. We take pride in the work we do because, as community members, we have a responsibility to continue to help shape the industry and livelihood of each city we work in. This philosophy is evident in everything we do. It's what drives our culture and ultimately our craft and how we approach each project.
We collaborate and innovate within a culture of lively camaraderie that welcomes and appreciates all who contribute to our vision. Without our people, none of this is possible.
We celebrate our rich history, but do not rest on our successes. We are always innovating and looking forward to the impact we have yet to make on our community, to make it the best place it can be.