1] John Roberts BMW, Austin, Texas: Complete new dealership including multiple showrooms, parts, and shop facilities. 65,000 sq. ft., completed December, 2001, $4,500,000 construction costs / $30,000 fees. Contact David Nelson at The Larry Nelson Company, (512) 306-0030.
2] Roger Beasley Porsche, Austin, Texas: Showroom and parts department addition / renovations and service addition. 5,000 square feet, completed February, 2001, $700,000 construction costs / $7,000 fees. Contact David Stein with Roger Beasley Porsche (512) 371-1155.
3] Roger Beasley Saab, Austin, Texas: Parts and service addition. 6,000 square feet, design completed October, 2000, estimated construction costs $500,000 / $5,000 fees. Contact David Stein with Roger Beasley Saab, (512) 371-1155.
4] Maaco Auto Painting and Bodyworks, Austin, Texas: Complete new auto body repair and paint shop. 10,000 square feet, completed October, 2001, $1,000,000 construction costs / $8,000 fees. Contact Larry Nelson with The Larry Nelson Company, (512) 306-0030.
5] Interstate Batteries, Austin, Texas: Complete new auto repair facility. 8,000 square feet, completed October, 1999, $1,000,000 construction cost / $8,000 fees. Contact Larry Nelson with The Larry Nelson Company, (512) 306-0030.
6] Ed Couch Vocational School, Ed Couch, Texas: Complete new educational facility for auto repair, auto bodywork and painting. 45,000 square feet, under construction, estimated completion date August, 2002, $3,200,000 construction cost / $25,000 fees. Contact Frank Key with Frank Key and Associates (956) 664-1110.
1] Salvation Army Building, Austin, Texas: 3 story [with provisions made for 2 additional floors], cast in place concrete frame with a unique exterior masonry wall system that is supported entirely on the lower level foundation and not on each floor level; LZT Architects, Austin, Texas.
2] Salvation Army ARC Service Center on South Congress, Austin, Texas: Phase I: 65,000 square foot retail and storage constructed of pre-engineered steel framing over cast-in-place concrete foundation with concrete tilt-wall panels; Phase II: 50,000 square foot [2 story] dormitory and human services constructed of structural steel / bar joist frame; LZT Architects, Austin, Texas.
3] Salvation Army ARC, New Orleans: 50,000 square foot [2 story] dormitory and human services constructed of structural steel / bar joist frame; LZT Architects, Austin, Texas.
1] McAllen Cancer Center, McAllen, Texas: 60,000 square foot steel frame hospital;
2] Medical Oaks Building (For Healthcare International), Austin, Texas: 110,000 square foot, 3 story, steel frame building with composite steel beam floors.
3] Mitchell County Hospital , Colorado City, Texas. New building 60,000 square foot building with steel frame, steel roof joists, and metal deck.
4] South Austin Clinic (For Healthcare International), 25,000 square feet, one story steel framed building.
1] Emmaus Catholic Church, Lakeway, Texas: 30,000 square foot sanctuary constructed with glu-lam wood and structural steel.
2] Baptist Church Addition, Lockhart, Texas: Multi-story steel frame building.
3] Baptist Church Addition, Port Neches, Texas
4] Austin Christian Fellowship Sanctuary, Austin, Texas
SITE / BRIDGE PROJECTS:
1] Waterford Center Pedestrian Underpasses, Austin, Texas: A system of 10 structured underpasses below a new roadway for vehicular traffic and the necessary retaining walls to elevate the R.O.W. in this mixed use development, used cast-in-place concrete construction.
2] Numerous urban park improvements along Shoal Creek, Waller Creek and Barton Creek, Austin, Texas: Concrete and stone retaining walls and concrete and steel bridges; Austin Parks and Recreation Department, Austin, Texas.
3] Numerous water detention and filtration facilities in the Central Texas area using reinforced concrete retaining walls.
4] Ruby Ranch Bridge at Onion Creek: 3 span, 250 foot long concrete bridge, Hays County.
5] Bradshaw Lane Bridge: single 90’ 0” span, Travis County.
6] Numerous retaining walls using reinforced earth construction (Amastone) or gravity loading (criblock).
COMMERCIAL RETAIL PROJECTS:
1] Additions and Structural modifications to “Colonial Mall” in Harrisburg, PA.
2] North Hills Retail Center, Austin, Texas: 90,000 square foot retail building.
3] 250,000 square foot retail center, Manchester, Connecticut.
4] Buttercup Creek Retail Center, Cedar Park, Texas: 85,000 spare foot retail building.
5] Galleria Oaks, Austin, Texas: 100,000 square foot 2 story retail center.
PARKING GARAGE PROJECTS:
1] Bridgepoint Parking Garage - West Austin: 6 level precast concrete structure; Coreslab Precast Concrete, Cedar Park, Texas.
2] LBJ Student Center Parking Garage - San Marcos, Texas: 3 level precast concrete structure; Coreslab Precast Structures, Cedar Park, Texas.
3] Stonebridge Parking Garage, North Austin, 5 level precast concrete structure, Coreslab Precast Structures, Cedar Park, Texas.
1] Austin I.S.D: Mathews, Sanchez, Oak Springs Elementary School renovations, Casis Elementary foundation repair and sitework / playground upgrading. (1990’s.)
2] Copperas Cove Stadium Press Box: New 65 feet tall steel framed tower adjacent to existing stadium. (2003)
3] Cranfills Gap School Addition: 20,000 square feet addition including auditorium, classrooms, and offices. (2002)
4] Ed Couch I.S.D.: New 80,000 square foot middle school and new 45,000 square foot vocational school. Each building is loadbearing masonry with sloping steel roof. (2003)
5] Glen Rose I.S.D: New 1,200 person High School Auditorium: with balcony. Structural steel with masonry veneer. (1993)
6] Hays Consolidated I.S.D. Elementary School renovations, Middle school bleachers, elevated press box for high school stadium, high school drama auditorium addition. (2002)
7] Joshua I.S.D. Joshua Elementary School, (new 80,000 square foot building). Joshua High School Classroom addition, (concrete piers, slab-on-grade, steel frame, masonry veneer). (2002)
8] Junction I.S.D. Junction High School gym addition foundation, (cast-in-place concrete piers and slab-on-grade). (1998)
9] Red Oak Middle School: New 85,000 square feet one story building. (1999)
10] Red Oak Performing Arts Center: New 1,200 seat auditorium with attached “Black Box” Theater. (2005).
11] Round Rock I.S.D.: Laurel Mountain Elementary School, Pond Springs Elementary School and Wells Branch Elementary School, Round Rock, Texas: Approximately 35,000 square foot classroom and gym addition to each school (105,000 square feet total). (1996)
12] Schulenburg Elementary School: New 85,000 square feet school with full size gymnasium. (Concrete piers, slab on grade, steel frame, elevated mezzanines, masonry veneer). (2004)
13] Temple I.S.D.: Classroom, library, cafeteria and kitchen additions to 2 Elementary Schools in Temple, Texas, (steel frame with masonry veneer walls): Classroom, library and mechanical room additions to the High School in Temple, Texas, (steel frame with masonry and precast concrete veneer walls). (1988)
14] Van I.S.D. Van High School classroom and gym addition, (concrete footings, slab-on-grade, steel frame, masonry veneer). (2000)
15] Weslaco I.S.D.: 18,000 square foot additions to Airport, Memorial, and Northbridge elementary schools. (54,000 total square feet). (2001)
16] Wolfe City, Texas I.S.D New Wolfe City High School Foundation -. (cast-in-place concrete slabs/beams on void boxes, drilled concrete piers for new 60,000 square foot facility). (2000)
1] Mission City Hall, Mission, Texas, New 45,000 square feet steel framed building.
2] Lee County Courthouse Renovation, Giddings, Texas. 1895 to 1900 building load bearing brick and stone masonry with steel floor beams and reinforced concrete slab.
3] Williamson County Courthouse, Georgetown, Texas. 1912 building load bearing masonry, with steel floor beams / columns and reinforced concrete slabs.
4] Mitchell County Hospital, Colorado City, Texas. New building with steel frame, steel roof joists, and metal deck.
5] CE Bar Fire Station, Travis County, Texas. New building with concrete slab on grade foundation, piers, columns, and steel beams.
6] South Austin Transfer Station, City of Austin. New building with concrete slab on grade and belled piers. 2 story frame building.
1] Travis County Water District # 18. Facilities improvements including equipment foundations, equipment buildings, storage buildings, platforms etc.
2] Foster Ranch Utility District. Facilities improvements including equipment foundations, equipment buildings, storage buildings, platforms etc.
3] South Austin Transfer Station, City of Austin. Solid and hazardous waste collection, storage and transfer facility. Multiple buildings with offices, production, vehicle operation and storage capabilities.
4] Sam’s Club Lift Station, Houston, Texas. Large subterranean equipment and storage vault for wastewater pump equipment and tanks.
1] Westbank Library Addition, Westlake, Texas. 10,000 square foot 2 story building. Structural steel and light gauge steel frame. Completed 2001.
2] Temple High School Library Addition, Temple, Texas. 4,000 Square foot, 1 story building. Steel superstructure with elevated concrete floor and crawl space. Completed 1989.
3] Rock Springs Library, Rock Springs, Texas. 6,000 square foot, 1 story building. Steel frame building. Completed 2000.
1] Ce-Bar Firestation, Austin, Texas, pre-engineered steel frame with masonry construction completed 2003.
2] West Lake Firestation addition. Westlake, Texas. Wood and steel framed multi-level building. Completed 2002
3] Killeen Fire stations. One new facility, and one addition to any existing facility. Steel and masonry construction. Completed 1994.
1] Courtyard Drive, Austin, Texas. Residential concrete pool and deck constructed 15’-0” above existing grade. Completed 2001.
2] Garriot Pool, Austin, Texas. 20’-0” + deep pool and water feature constructed on edge of limestone cliff overlooking Lake Austin. Combination cast-in-place, gunnite construction with $1,000,000 budget. Construction started 2000.
3] Bastrop Community Pool: Olympic size community cast-in-place concrete pool constructed on expansive soil. Completed 2000.
4] Numerous cast-in-place concrete site water detention and filtration water ponds in central Texas. Depths vary to 15’-0”. Completed 1990 to date.
1] Oaklawn Fairmont, Dallas. 7 levels above grade. 3 levels below. Cast-in-place concrete. Completed 1986
2] Bee Caves Road, Austin, Texas. 3 level, steel and concrete building. Completed 2000
3] Synergys office building, McAllen, 2 level, steel and concrete building, completed 2002.
1] Wells Branch Community Pool Building, Austin. New facility with restrooms, concession, storage, and cabana areas.
2] Gyms for the following schools districts: Round Rock, Red Oak, Wolfe City, Grand Saline, Schulenburg, Junction, and Joshua.
3] Racquetball Court Addition, Air Force Base in Virginia.
4] Texas Trooper Association Facility, Austin. Enclosed pool, gym, recreation room, and administrative office.