DALLAS To celebrate its fifth anniversary, Creative Civilization will be relocating its corporate headquarters to a 15,000-square-foot office space, the shop said.
Currently housed at Alamo Plaza in San Antonio, the agency will triple the size of its physical plant when it moves to the downtown area known as Auditorium Circle. With founders Al Aguilar and Gisela Girard, the shop's 30 employees will move into the renovated space on Dec. 1.
Occupying the second floor, the New York loft-style space was designed by San Antonio's Fisher Heck Architects, the agency said. Originally a 1920s Studebaker auto dealership, the renovation features four department conference rooms, media-viewing suite, boardroom, print production room and a third-story loft for brainstorming sessions.
Creative Civilization's current clients include the San Antonio Spurs, Hearst Corporation's San Antonio Express-News and Conexion publications, the American Cancer Society, Klass food and beverage products, SBC Center and Our Lady of the Lake University.