Brian Uhlrich
Chief Executive Officer
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DBR helps to build vibrant communities that embody the spirit and image of their citizens. From the neighborhood library, to local museums and cultural spaces; public buildings help communities tell a story. We are dedicated to elevating the human experience through an integrated design process, actively shaping and enriching the societies we live in, improving awareness, and inspiring a purpose to serve.

DBR designs community environments that balance functionality with enduring beauty. Through close collaboration with the client, our engineering teams utilize time-tested tools and methodologies to create an efficient and functional building. Whether remodeling an existing space or planning and creating a brand new facility, we strive for design excellence through innovative, value-driven design solutions and environmental stewardship.

Community Brochure

Asian American Health Coalition – HOPE Clinic

Houston, Texas

Post HTX

Houston, Texas

Aztec Theater & Hotel

San Antonio, Texas

First Presbyterian Church – Early Childhood and Lower School Building

Houston, Texas

Medina Community Library Meeting Hall

San Antonio, Texas

HOPE Outdoor Gallery

Austin, Texas

The Holocaust Museum

Houston, Texas

Memorial Church of Christ

Houston, Texas

Star of Hope Cornerstone Community Campus

Houston, Texas

Northside Christian Church – Children’s Building

Spring, Texas

Missouri City Library – Addition & Renovations

Missouri City, Texas

Christ The King Presbyterian Church

Houston, Texas

Houston’s First Baptist Church

Houston, Texas

Patrick Heath Public Library

Boerne, Texas

Sea Star Base Galveston

Galveston, Texas

Schertz Public Library

Schertz, Texas

Houston Zoo Elephant Barn

Houston, Texas

Will Smith Zoo School

San Antonio, Texas

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