Rockwood Golf Course Clubhouse

Fort Worth, Texas


  • Municipal
  • Recreational


  • civil engineering
  • electrical engineering
  • mechanical / plumbing engineering
  • land surveying


  • 15,000 SF

Baird, Hampton & Brown provided full civil, MEP, and land surveying services for the City of Fort Worth’s new $5.5 million clubhouse at Rockwood Golf Course. Built in 1938, the original clubhouse has been reconstructed with a 15,000 SF design that maintains access to the golf course and Ben Hogan Learning Center.

The project was completed in phases with the first focused on setting a temporary clubhouse and access routes for visitors. The second phase included demolition of the original facility and construction. 

To accommodate both electric and gas-powered golf carts, charging stations were installed in the golf storage area and a ventilation system was designed to alleviate exhaust fumes and chemicals. In addition, the HVAC system was placed in the storage space to help ensure proper ventilation of the heat pumps. The entire lighting system is LED and the clubhouse is equipped with upgraded lighting controls.

The project was completed on time and under budget, providing the City of Fort Worth with a new clubhouse for local golfers and residents to enjoy for years to come.

Key People

  • Gibran Michel, DBIA, LEED AP

  • Chad Wallace, PE

  • Trace Strevey, PE