1976David M. Schwarz goes to Washington, DC 1978Incorporation 1979Joining the Firm Thomas H. Greene and Craig P. Williams join the firm 19821718 Connecticut AvenueThe GriffinFirst New Construction First new commercial project construction opens: 1718 Connecticut Avenue First new multi-family residential construction commission in Washington, DC: The Griffin 1983Fifth Anniversary Fifth Anniversary Invitation Joining the Firm Michael C Swartz joins the firm 1984First Design ArchitectCommission First commission working as Design Architect 1985First Healthcare Commission First major commission outside of Washington, DC: Cook Children’s Medical Center Office and NICU Expansion 19881133 Connecticut AveMaster PlanTenth anniversary invitationOffice Moves Office moves to 1133 Connecticut Avenue Fort Worth Master Plan Begin work on Fort Worth Master Plan. Still building it today! Tenth Anniversary Tenth anniversary invitation 1991Ballpark at Arlington First sports commission: Ballpark at Arlington 1992Sundance West First residential building in downtown Fort Worth since before WWII: Sundance West First AIA / Sundance Award Sundance West 1994Worthington Hotel First hospitality project: Worthington Hotel First Phone Book Cover First phone book cover: Ballpark at Arlington 1997Southlake Ongoing work beginning with Master plan: Southlake Town Hall Southlake Townhouses Joining the Firm Gregory M. Hoss joins the firm. 1998American Airlines Center Firm wins design competition: American Airlines Center Bass Hall First performing arts project opens: Bass Hall 2000University Fellowships University Fellowships program started. Severance Hall Cleveland Orchestra starts 21st Century in renovated hall: Severance Hall 2001Monograph I CoverYale First university project opens: Yale First Monograph First monograph published. Chateau St. Jean Vineyard First West Coast project opens: Chateau St. Jean Vineyard 2002National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame First museum project opens: National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame 2006Gingertown Gingertown founded. gingertown.org 2007The Smith Center LEED Gold registered project: The Smith Center DMSAS Foundation David M. Schwarz Foundation started. 200830th Anniversary Gala 30th Anniversary Gala & name change. Second Monograph Second monograph published. 2010Gingertown Gingertown goes national. gingertown.org 201325 Years in Fort Worth 25 years of work in Fort Worth and the opening of Sundance Square Plaza. 2014The Woodley 21st Century grand apartment building. The Woodley 2015Award Presentation on Saturday morningRichard H. Driehaus Prize David Schwarz receives the 2015 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame 2017AC Hotel Spartanburg Opens AC Hotels by Marriott opening of AC Hotel Spartanburg — the European-inspired brand’s first location in South Carolina. 2018E. Bronson Ingram Residential College Opens E. Bronson Ingram, the first of four planned residential colleges on Vanderbilt University’s campus opens for the 2018-2019 academic year. 2019Dickies Arena Opens Dickies Arena, a multi-purpose Event Center in Fort Worth, Texas has its grand opening in October. 2020The WaycroftThe Waycroft opens The mixed-use development comprised of 491 residential units above 61,000 SF of street-level retail, and three levels of below-grade parking is completed in March.