Research Forest Lakeside office complex is located on 77 heavily wooded acres overlooking Lake Woodlands. The campus is comprised of 1.8M SF of office and retail space and the Class A office buildings have been certified LEED Silver (Building 2) and LEED Gold (Buildings 4 and 5) by the US Green Building Council.
Phase I of the Lakeshore Infrastructure Improvements included public water and wastewater facilities, private stormwater facilities, and an in-line water quality wet pond on Willow Creek.
Guadalupe-Saldana Net-Zero Subdivision is the first 100% affordable housing, net-zero energy community in the State of Texas with numerous low impact development sustainable elements featured.
The Cielo South Lamar redevelopment project boasts 327 apartment units, 8,000 SF of retail, and 30 rental townhomes in a vertical, mixed-use complex in Austin’s downtown core.
The 130,000 SF Bridgewood Onion Creek project provides a high quality and culturally enriching environment for 164 south Austin area seniors.
In addition to the site infrastructure improvements, JC provided site plan design, permitting, and construction services for the Sabina apartments located on the project site. Sabina features 2 urban style, 5-story buildings comprised of 570 apartment units with lush courtyards and high end amenities.
Two three-story apartment buildings comprise the first phase of the Still Waters project on Slaughter Lane. Phase I will consist of the development of 12.38 acres of greenfield into a multi-family development consisting of 256 one- and two-bedroom apartment units with surface parking.
Built in 1925, the Green Water Treatment Plant was Austin’s first water treatment plant. The plant was decommissioned in 2008 and subsequently demolished in 2010 creating a nearly 2M+ SF plot for redevelopment in prime downtown Austin. The overall plans for the aptly renamed Greenwater Redevelopment project include up to 1.7M SF of mixed-use projects undertaken by several owner/development teams.
In 2009, Jones|Carter developed the City’s Groundwater Reduction Plan (GRP) which reduces the City’s dependence on groundwater by converting to an alternative source.
Over two decades working with Bridgestone MUD has garnered our team an innate understanding of how to solve some of their most challenging issues.