Page’s commitment to San Antonio began in the 1960s, building upon its early success in military and health care projects. The firm’s influence in the community has since increased through work that has contributed to the city’s growth and development in numerous market sectors, including academic, civic and cultural, commercial/mixed-use, multifamily, mission critical, and science and technology. From The University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center, throughout the urban core, to UTSA and beyond, Page’s impact has strengthened the cultural and economic landscape of San Antonio.
"At Page, we’ve fostered a culture of collaboration and design excellence that we hope will bring value in the evolution of San Antonio," said Arturo Chavez, Page Board Member. "We believe that we bring unique capabilities and experience that can assist in the city's thriving innovation and research communities. We are excited to be a part of this great city."
Recent Page projects include UT Health Science Center’s Multispecialty and Research Hospital, 300 Main Street Multifamily Tower, The University of Texas at San Antonio Campus Master Plan and North Paseo Building, Trinity University Campus Master Plan, as well as the Center for Sciences & Innovation, Southwest Research Institute Building 299, and multiple projects for St. Philip’s College including the Tourism, Hospitality, and Culinary Arts Building, Wellness Center, and Bowden Building.
In addition, the firm has completed work with confidential semiconductor, hyperscale data centers, and other mission critical facilities. Page’s civic and cultural work extends across the city, including work at Hemisfair, San Antonio Museum of Art, and the HEB Armory Campus.
San Antonio is a logical base for Page due to its standing as the seventh-largest city in the United States and the second-largest urban center in Texas. The city's rapid growth, major industries in urban revitalization, hospitality, mixed-use, health care/bioscience, government, and mission-critical sectors, and its position within the Texas Triangle Megaregion make it an ideal location for Page's continued contribution to the built community.
Throughout its time in San Antonio, Page has established relationships within the community and with industry partners. Working with community and business leaders, developers, general contractors, as well as numerous institutions and organizations has led to an enhanced ability to provide services in San Antonio and the region.
"We are thrilled to establish a formal presence in San Antonio," Shelton said. "With my deep roots in this city, Page's extensive experience, and depth of expertise among the employees here, we are well-positioned to continue making a significant impact on the built environment and delivering award-winning projects that contribute to the region’s growth and vibrancy."
Shelton brings over three decades of experience and leadership to his role. He has a track record of success that spans various market sectors, including academic, civic/community/culture, workplace, multifamily, hospitality, retail, and mixed-use.