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The Houston Methodist Breast Care Center at Clear Lake site and team are decked out in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. SpawGlass is proud to be partnering with Houston Methodist on this project to assist their physicians, nurses and staff in providing expertise and compassionate care to those affected by breast cancer. Photo by: Macala Elliott
Monday, October 26, 2020
KWA Construction, a leading general contractor specializing in multifamily developments throughout Texas, has topped out on Phase II of Arlington Commons, one of the largest redevelopment projects in North Texas.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
The top out event took place on October 14, 2020. Phase II of the massive project entails The Truman, a four-story, 358-unit apartment complex with a five-story covered parking garage that is expected to be completed in August 2021.
Developed by the Nehemiah Company, Arlington Commons will span five phases to build approximately 1,300 units and add $300-400 million in economic value to the City of Arlington once all phases are complete in 2026.
Skanska USA introduced female students from Wylie ISD’s Career and Technical Education programs to career opportunities in architecture, construction and engineering during “A Day of Discovery," on Thursday, Nov. 21. The experience included a safety briefing, tour of the Collin College Wylie Campus, an active jobsite in Wylie, Texas, and a panel discussion with female project leaders from Skanska USA, Page Southerland Page, Inc., ACARI Management Group, Inc., AECOM and TDIndustries.
Monday, December 9, 2019
The Skanska USA San Antonio team celebrated the groundbreaking of the new Oncology unit at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – Medical Center on Wednesday, Dec. 4. This project will entail the construction and renovation of 11,200 square feet of medical care space. The new unit will include 19 private patient rooms, nursing stations, an infusion room, medical team support space and a family waiting area.
Volunteers from DPR Construction’s Austin office hosted a “Beyoncé’s Chopper Tower Challenge” educational session at the We Are Girls Austin Conference sponsored by Girls Empowerment Network, a nonprofit dedicated to helping girls become unstoppable. Pictured left to right are Azucena Davila, Diane Shelton, Glendy Rios, Lacee Louderback, Angie Weyant, Robin Calvery and Patrick Houck.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
(L-R) Leila Marquez, DPR Construction’s Glendy Rios, and Madison Haire attend a construction workshop at the We Are Girls Austin conference where girls were invited to learn more about construction-related careers.
DPR Construction’s Austin office volunteers celebrate with young women attending Beyoncé’s Chopper Tower Challenge at the We Are Girls Austin Conference sponsored by Girls Empowerment Network. The session invited young women to use their engineering, creative and people skills as part of a construction project team to see who could build a helicopter landing pad on schedule, within budget and in line with Beyoncé’s quality expectations.
McCarthy and Collin College hosted 90 high school students interested in architecture, construction and engineering at the Collin College Technical Campus construction site in Allen, Texas. During the event, the ACE program participants received a safety briefing and hands-on interaction with various trade stations provided by McCarthy’s subcontractors including field engineering, BIM coordination, field management, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and drywall.
Monday, November 25, 2019
KWA Construction, a leading general contractor specializing in multi-family developments, got in the Halloween spirit with job site trick-or-treating to surprise their employees and general contractors.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
On Aug. 22, 2019, Bautex Systems’ Chris Leonard and Paul Brown with Emily Ledbetter, project manager from Masa Studio Architects, were joined by more than 50 architects, engineers, general contractors and community leaders for a tour of Gracewood’s new community center. The new, 15,000 sq. ft. community center is one of the most flood and wind resistant buildings currently under construction in Harris County.
Monday, September 9, 2019
Paul Brown, President of Bautex Systems, sharing why Gracewood’s new, in-progress 15,000 square foot community center will be one of Houston’s most flood- and wind-resistant buildings in Harris County. The hard hat tour introduced the Houston community and Bautex’s peers in design, engineering and construction to industry-changing building technology that is making buildings more comfortable, safe and efficient.
Gracewood Inside the Building. Tour attendees learned that the Gracewood Community Center will be rated for wind speeds greater than 150mph, fire-rated up to four hours, and resistant to mold/mildew. It will exceed FEMA standards for storm protection and exceeds energy efficiency building codes, making a quiet, comfortable and cool indoor environment superior to traditional construction methods.
Gracewood Project Team – From L to R: Jenny Rice-Cotton, President of Gracewood; Remington Conners, Remington Services; Gretchen Kliafas, Bautex Systems, Inc.; Kate Ryther, Director of Development, Gracewood; Bob Conners, Remington Services; Sally Reed, Development Officer, Gracewood; Vi White, Programs Director, Gracewood.
Gracewood Hard Hat Tour Attendees – From L to R: Leslie Smith, Change Happens CDC; Brian DonCarlos, Prozign Architects; Chris Leonard, Bautex Systems, Inc.; Stephen Smith, Change Happens CDC; Paul Brown, Bautex Systems, Inc.; Ben Smith, Change Happens CDC
An official ribbon cutting was held inside the two-story building which includes a total of 28 new classrooms. The new building also holds two community learning centers, which will have student computers; four conference rooms; two teacher workrooms; two resource rooms and plenty of extra storage.
Monday, August 19, 2019
Skanska was excited to join Jackson Middle School administrators and North East Independent School District officials and students in celebrating the opening of the school's new educational building on Friday, Aug. 9 in San Antonio, Texas.
McCarthy Houston giving presentation to metro Houston students in association with Texas A&M for its week-long Construction Academy camp.
Monday, July 22, 2019
Students learning practical construction skills like plan reading, estimating, and measuring through hands-on participation with McCarthy Houston employees.
Students introduced to construction techniques and equipment outside McCarthy's Craft Mobile Training Trailer.
Hundreds of Dallas’ top real estate executives, homebuilders and local officials — including World Champion swimmer and Crystal Lagoons® Global Ambassador Michael Phelps — were on hand to celebrate the opening of the first man-made, tropical lagoon in North Texas during a special preview June 28 in Prosper’s Windsong Ranch community, developed by the Tellus Group. The five-acre body of water is only the second such amenity to open so far in Texas.
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Rosendin teamed up with NAWIC to sponsor Austin's first Construction Camp For Girls in June to provide hands-on learning and expose them to potential career paths.
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Rosendin sponsored girls to attend NAWIC's Construction Camp for Girls in the Austin area where they learned basic electrical skills, wired a lamp and spoke with mentors.
Rosendin sponsored Austin's first NAWIC's Construction Camp for Girls where they learned about computer modeling, augmented reality and opportunities they may not have considered.
Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) had a Spooktacular Halloween Party complete with Costume Contest, Candy Corn guessing contest, and a Mummy-Wrapping Costume contest.
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Hundreds of Houston’s top real estate executives, homebuilders, local officials and others — including swimming champion and Crystal Lagoons® Global Ambassador Michael Phelps — were on hand to celebrate the first man-made, tropical lagoon in Texas during a special preview Aug. 23 in Humble’s Balmoral community. The 2-acre, turquoise lagoon is a signature feature of Land Tejas’ new community.
L-R: Tim Johnson of Land Tejas, Michael Phelps, Michael Garfield, and Kevin Morgan of Crystal Lagoons.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Eric Bunner of Skanska shows off different areas of Skanska’s activity-based workplace to guests.
Pictured left to right: Ruben Duron of Servant Energy Partners, Stacey Williams of Nouveau Construction, Eric Bunner of Skanska and Margo Posey of DFW Minority Supplier Development Council
Friday, June 29, 2018
Trevon Heath of Skanska poses with guests during the unveiling of the construction company’s new Dallas office.
Pictured left to right: Trevon Heath of Skanska, Jeffery Postell’s son, Jeffery Postell of Post L Group and Don Lee of Impact Professional Group, Inc.
Kimberly Burke of Skanska shows Dagmar Metzler of Greater Irving – Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce Skanska’s new activity-based office space in Dallas.
Pictured left to right: Dagmar Metzler of Greater Irving – Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce and Kimberly Burke of Skanska
Midtown Park is centrally located, adjacent to the McGowen METRORail Station and easily accessible by bike, foot, or vehicle
Photo by Slyworks Photography
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Walter P Moore provided parking, traffic, diagnostics, and structural engineering services for the project
Lounge on the Lawn, an all-day celebration of the opening of Midtown Park, took place on April 28, 2018
The Oklahoma Chapter of WTS International honored four recipients during its inaugural Scholarship and Awards Gala on April 13, at the Oklahoma History Center. Crystal Baird was recognized as the organization’s first scholarship recipient, while Commissioner Cindy Bobbitt, Chapter President Susan Davis, P.E., and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) were also honored. The keynote speaker of the awards program was Tim Gatz, executive director of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.
Friday, April 13, 2018
Over 70 employees from Dallas-based construction management firm Structure Tone Southwest walked a cumulative 40 miles to support Toys for Tots and to cap off a year of giving back to the North Texas community. The toy drive marks one of the company’s final “40 good deeds” in the year-long 40th anniversary celebration. In total, employees have logged over 600 volunteer hours and run or walked more than 80 miles for charitable causes.
Monday, November 20, 2017
Structure Tone Southwest president Joe Cribbin helped kick-off the company's 40-mile walk on November 17, which supported Toys for Tots and capped off a year of giving back to the North Texas community. The toy drive marks one of the company’s final “40 good deeds” in the year-long 40th anniversary celebration. In total, employees have logged over 600 volunteer hours and run or walked more than 80 miles for charitable causes.
Sheldon Independent School District celebrating the groundbreaking of its new C.E. King High School. The high schools is part of the district's $285 million bond program that will accommodate thousands of new students. The bond program will meet the school district’s needs for the next 50 to 75 years. Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) is the program manager of the bond program.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
C1S celebrates its 16th company anniversary with a "Sweet 16" themed birthday party.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
C1S Quarterly Award Winners celebrate with their unique trophies.
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