City of Frisco - The George A. Purefoy Municipal Center

Frisco, TX

About the project

The new City Hall is the centerpiece of Frisco Square, a 100+ acre, master-planned area with mixed-use development. The 89,000 SF, four-story City Hall shares the architectural style of Frisco Square with the abundant use of Texas red granite and limestone and is a LEED Certified Silver building. The City Hall includes offices, council chamber, public lobby, and conference room and also houses the city attorney's office and several other departments. The council chambers, which is sized for 7 council members,  includes seating for 180, with an expansion space for 170,  offices for the City Manager and the City Secretary, executive conference room, kitchenette, and restrooms. In addition to the council chamber, conference room and multiple offices, the new city hall is also home to the city's public library.



Golden Trowel Award: Honorable Mention, 2008

Coverings, Prism Award: Award of Merit & Green Award, 2008

Building Stone Institute, Tucker Award for Architectural Excellence, 2008


Project Overview


City of Frisco

Project Delivery



Holzman Moss Architecture

Project Details

89,000 SF
New Construction