About Mauldin Architects

Michael D. Mauldin is an NCARB certified Architect, licensed to practice in the states of Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Mauldin has been licensed in Texas since 1999, with 20 years of experience working for architectural firms and local developers, and over 16 years of experience working as a Project Manager and Project Architect for Architectural firms in San Antonio, Texas.

Mr. Mauldin is the Principal Architect, specializing in new and remodel projects for office and retail buildings, converting big box retailers such as grocery stores into multi-tenant buildings, new office buildings, self-storage facilities, and tenant finish outs for medical, office and retail clients. Mr. Mauldin likes the challenge of architectural projects, from space planning, conceptual design through project completion.

Each project has its own unique set of challenges and possible solutions, and helping the client to achieve a solution for a designated use is a great reward.

Recent projects include 150,000 sf Self Storage facility in Dallas, Texas, 97,000 sf Self Storage Facility in Fort Worth, (both under construction) a 20,000sf Retail Shell Building in Cibolo, Texas under construction, DaVita Kidney Dialysis Building in Kyle, Texas and two 6,000sf office buildings in Austin, Texas. Design development projects include 96,000 sf Self Storage Campus in McKinney, Texas and 20,000sf shell Retail Building on Ray Ellison Drive next to Wal-Mart in San Antonio, DaVita Kidney Dialysis Clinics in Brownwood, Texas and New Braunfels, Texas and an MRI Facility in San Antonio, Texas.

Past  projects include a bar/Restaurant on 6th street in Austin, Texas, a 98,000 sf Self Storage Campus in Frisco, Texas, drawings for a Quick Lane Facilty for Access Ford dealership in Corpus Christi, Landscape Business Officrs and Self Storage Campus in Wylie, Texas, Promotion Physical Therpay new building in San Antonio, numerous 5,000-6,500 sf Medical Office buildings, Adobe Cafe Restaurant in San Antonio, and Reonvation of the two Visiting Officer's Quarters Buildings (motel for officers on base) at Randolph Air Force Base. Each project is reviewed for compliance with applicable building codes, which often includes the Texas Accessiblity Standards and International Energy Conservation Code for new facilities and substantial remodels .

Mr. Mauldin graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Angelo State University. His education continues through independent study and AIA continuing education courses including such topics as LEED/Energy systems/green building issues, building components and systems, handicap accessibility issues with ADA and TDLR and numerous courses certified in Health, Safety and Welfare.