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industry veterans—and dynamic young talent—each composing, calculating, and anticipating the tendencies of living systems.

video: reshaping raw space
into livable places

Learn more about who we are and how we refine earth into art, allowing complex sites to evolve. One firm, many voices, together altering land to become meaningful landscape architecture.

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We’re not developers, yet we can change the value of a community. We don’t design shoes, but we can inspire a morning run. Though not ecologists, we can help ecosystems flourish.

We are over 100 visionary minds, reshaping raw space into livable places across the country and abroad. A critical combination of 30 year industry veterans paired with dynamic, young talent, collectively composing, calculating, and anticipating the tendencies of living systems. From five offices, our disciplined designers and their strategic partners together refine earth into art, allowing complex sites to evolve.

One firm, many voices, together altering land to
become meaningful landscape architecture.

TBG.

people—

one firm, many voices, altering land to become meaningful landscape architecture.

Firm History

The Broussard Group is founded by Earl Broussard and Tom Afflerbach in Austin, Texas

First office, an extra bedroom in Earl’s Austin home, is opened

First project: sea lion exhibit at the Houston Zoo; followed by bird, alligator, and penguin exhibits

First residential community: Harris Branch in Austin

First high-tech project, IBM, leads to work with Motorola, AMD, SEMATECH, Applied Materials, Dell, Samsung, Tokyo Electron and others

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) master plan

First residential community in Houston: New Territory

TBG opens its Houston office

Firm opens new Austin office on Sixth Street

State Farm Regional Headquarters

Applied Materials campus

Motorola and AMD campuses

Work begins on the renovation of the Texas State Capitol’s historic south grounds

Dell Jewish Community Center in Austin

First healthcare project: TIRR Hospital in Houston

First camp project: Camp for All

Work begins at Sienna Plantation in Missouri City, Texas

Houston expands into new, larger office

The Broussard Group becomes TBG Partners

Renovation of Texas State Capitol south grounds complete

Dell master plan

Samsung campus

Seton Children’s Hospital of Austin

Construction begins on Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, opens in April 2001.

TBG opens its Dallas office

Master plan complete for Texas Governor’s Mansion

Work begins on Town Lake Park in Austin

Work begins on Hall Office Park in Frisco, Texas

GSD&M Corporate Headquarters in Austin

First TBG golf tournament, which would become the annual Afflerbach Classic

Club Sienna, largest private amenity center in the South, completed at Sienna Plantation in Missouri City

Work begins at the University of St. Thomas in Houston

TBG Austin moves to Barton Oaks Plaza

TBG opens McAllen office

Work begins on The Harbor in Rockwall, Texas

Work begins on San Jacinto Battleground

Work begins with the City of Coppell on multiple park and trail projects

First issue of the Picayune published

Market Street at The Woodlands opens

Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) established

TBG opens its San Antonio office

TBG begins implementation of 10-year campus master plan for Texas State University in San Marcos

First hospitality project: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa opens in Bastrop, Texas

Houston office moves to Post Oak Boulevard

Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas opens, becoming the world’s first LEED Platinum medical facility

Completion of LEED Gold AMD Lone Star campus in Austin

Completion of Hunt Oil Headquarters in Dallas

TBG acquires Houston-based urban land planning firm Vernon G. Henry & Associates

Children’s Medical Center of Dallas healing garden complete

UT Brackenridge Tract Master Plan complete

Dallas Design District complete

The second phase of the Domain opens in north Austin

Earl is recognized as a Fellow in the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)

JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa opens

Opening of The Austonian in downtown Austin

TBG opens its Fort Worth office

First international resort opens: Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Renovation of Julia Ideson Library in Houston complete

TBG Dallas moves to new office at Mockingbird Station

Omni Dallas Hotel opens 11/11/11 across from Dallas Convention Center

Work begins on Formula One Racetrack in Austin

TBG celebrates its 25th anniversary

Fort Lauderdale office opens

Jim Manskey becomes second TBG President; Earl remains on with Board of Directors

Partnership with National Wildlife Federation (NWF) begins

Jim Manskey named outstanding alumnus by TAMU College of Architecture

TBG Austin moves to 1705 Guadalupe St.

TBG Dallas moves downtown to Bryan Tower

New leadership subgroups formed to focus on corporate governance and strategic growth:
Executive Committee (ExCom), Office Practice Leadership (OPL), Office Strategic Leadership (OSL), Office Financial Leadership (OFL), Office Technology Leadership (OTL), Office Operations Leaders (OOL)

TBG celebrates 30 years

Two TBG projects (Harvest and Shops at Park Lane) chosen for LAF case studies series out of 13 total

TBG launches new brand

austin—

[512] 327–1011

1705 guadalupe street
suite 500
austin, tx 78701

houston—

[713] 439–0027

3050 post oak blvd
suite 1100
houston, tx 77056

san antonio—

[210] 366–9933

1221 broadway
suite 101
san antonio, tx 78215

dallas—

[214] 744–0757

2001 bryan street
suite 1450
dallas, tx 75201

ft. worth—

[817] 870–9848

1306 may street
suite 200
fort worth, tx 76104

join our team

An employee-owned corporation, TBG is a supportive, family-like culture that allows individuals to work on challenging and exciting projects in a unique team environment. Interested candidates should demonstrate strong leadership, design, project management, communication and visual skills and enjoy working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment with similarly driven colleagues. Opportunities exist to work on projects within parks, neighborhoods, communities, corporate, collegiate, retail, hospitality, mixed-use and urban environments.

Current Openings

Designers, Entry Level [Austin]
Designers, Mid-Level [Austin]
Designers, Entry Level [Dallas]
Designers, Mid-Level [Dallas]
Designers, Entry Level [Houston]
Designers, Mid-Level [Houston]