In 1976, Austin Commercial contracted its first project with Dallas developers Sanders Campbell and Dick Mullen. Austin Commercial was hired to build a high-rise at Campbell Centre — the first building ever to be constructed with merit shop labor west of the Mississippi. Fortunately, the 20-story tower had a twin, allowing for an exact comparison of traditional measures like cost and schedule. The second tower completed six months faster and at a cost $1 million less than the first tower. Campbell said the tower was the highest quality of construction he had seen in years of commercial construction in Dallas. Austin Commercial continues to serve its customers with cost and schedule savings.
Construction is near completion at Museum Tower, Dallas’ newest landmark in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. [...]
Austin Commercial (as part of a joint venture with Walsh Construction) was selected as construction manager for the Bradley West Gates project which will replace current concourses with 19 new gates. [...]
Built in 1930, Amon G. Carter Stadium has not undergone a major renovation since 1956. The renovation will allow TCU to enhance the game day experience for all fans by improving accessibility and crowd flow, enhancing seating to provide better views of the field, and [...]
Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, part of The Methodist Hospital System is committed to serving the healthcare needs of the greater Houston community. The hospital tower provides Methodist Sugar Land Hospital the most advanced technology and medical capabilities in the area and maintains the highest [...]