Hardy Yards is a 50-acre mixed-use development north of Downtown Houston. Redeveloping the railyard required a range of improvements. Continue reading to find out how our team helped redevelop the former rail yard.
The Ivy and The James are two luxury apartment towers off Mid Lane and Westheimer Road in the River Oaks neighborhood of Houston. Continue reading to find out how our team helped bring the apartment community to life.
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Bridge and Channel Repairs Client: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort Services: Hydrology & Hydraulics, Survey, Site Civil, Construction Engineering Location: Lost Pines, Texas Completion: December 2016 Hyatt Regency Lost Pines is a resort and spa on 400 acres in the Texas hill country. Located along the Colorado River, guests can enjoy luxury … Continue reading Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Bridge and Channel Repairs – Lost Pines, TX – Austin Area
Lago Mar is a 2,000-acre master-planned community by Land Tejas in the growing Galveston-Clear Lake corridor. Our team was involved in every aspect of the development. Continue reading to find out more.
The Bell Athletic Center is the core of Trinity University’s Athletic Complex. in 2017, the facility underwent a 10,000 square-foot expansion. Continue reading to find out how our team help bring the project to life.
The First Colony Levee Improvement District No.2 (LID) protects $200 million in property value within the Commonwealth subdivision. Luckily no homes flooded, but the district wanted peace of mind for the next storm.
The Grid Client: Street Level Investments Services: Site Development Location: Stafford, Texas Completion: On-going In 2012, Texas Instruments decided to move its manufacturing overseas and relocate its technology staff to different campuses. As a result, Street Level Investments was able to capitalize on the site and transform it into a tech-savvy, mixed-use development. Out of the … Continue reading The Grid
The Google Data Center is a 260,000 square-foot facility on a 375-acre tract within Midlothian’s Railport Business Park. Jones|Carter was contracted by the Midlothian Development Authority to prepare civil design construction plans for the relocation of open channel drainage, the construction of an underground reinforced concrete box drainage system and sewer line.
The TxDOT Bryan District is responsible for planning, designing, building, operating and maintaining the state’s transportation system in 10 counties in southeast Texas. our team was issued a work authorization by the TxDOT Bryan District to perform safety improvements at 33 intersections in eight counties within the district.
Buffalo Bayou is a slow-moving river that flows across Houston. Though the bayou is prone to flooding, it suffered an unusually large amount of damage during Hurricane Harvey. The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) selected Jones|Carter to act as design engineer for a three-phase improvement project.