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Roanoke Downtown Streets Reconstruction – Roanoke, TX – North Texas Area

The City of Roanoke is located north of Fort Worth in Denton County. Over the last several years, Roanoke has experienced increases in their population and tax base, which has spurred an interest in redeveloping Downtown Roanoke. To provide the desired vehicle and pedestrian mobility for local business and festival activities, the City identified that significant updates were needed along Lamar Street and Bowie Street.

Bexar County Public Works Facility – San Antonio, TX, Central Texas Area

Bexar County Public Works Facility   Client: Marmon Mok Services: Site Development, Surveying, Permitting Location: San Antonio, Texas   Bexar County Public Works Facility is a 35,000 square foot office building near Concepcion Park along the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River. While utilizing low impact design, energy conservation, and green initiatives, the new facility … Continue reading Bexar County Public Works Facility – San Antonio, TX, Central Texas Area

Northshore – Austin, TX – Central Texas Area

Northshore is a 38-story, mixed-use tower consisting of 439 apartments, 24,000+ square feet of office space, and 28,000+ square feet of restaurant and retail space. Located in the Green Water Redevelopment, Northshore is ideally located with proximity to downtown and access to Austin’s hike and bike trail.

Park Place Office Tower – Houston, TX – Houston Area

Stonelake Capital Partners is beginning the third phase of its Park Place development located in River Oaks between Highland Village and the Galleria. Jones|Carter has worked alongside Stonelake since the planning phase of this mixed-use development in 2010. The first two phases include the luxury apartment communities, The James & The Ivy.

Austin Proper – Austin, TX – Central Texas Area

Jones|Carter worked alongside The Kor Group to develop the Austin Proper Hotel and Residences. Austin Proper is a boutique hotel and condominium in downtown Austin that overlooks Shoal Creek and Lady Bird Lake. It was the third of four high-rise buildings to be developed on the former Thomas C. Green Water Treatment Plant site. The 34-story building features four levels of underground parking, a restaurant, high-end retail, conference and convention facilities, and ballrooms.

Robson Ranch Master Drainage Study – Denton, TX – Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Jones|Carter is working alongside Robson Resort Communities to create hydrologic and hydraulic (H&H) models of approximately 10 square miles in Denton County that drain portions internal and external to the Robson Ranch development. Robson Ranch is located south of Denton off I-35W and is currently home to more than 3,000 homeowners. The City of Denton requires a master drainage study for the remaining sections of Robson Ranch that are to be developed.

Lone Star Parkway – Montgomery, TX – Houston Area

Jones|Carter partnered with Montgomery County to reconstruct two miles along Lone Star Parkway from TX-105 to FM 149. The project was necessary to help mitigate traffic congestion and improve mobility in the region. In 2015, Montgomery County passed a Road Bond Package featuring Lone Star Parkway as a significant project. Innovative construction methods were necessary to keep the project within budget and on schedule.

Stormwater Pump Station Upgrade – Sugar Land, TX – Houston Area

Jones|Carter worked with the City of College Station to evaluate generator options for the Lick Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The J|C team developed a solution to size the generator for current usage and to ease the process of installing future parallel generators.

Lick Creek – College Station, TX – Houston Area

Jones|Carter worked with the City of College Station to evaluate generator options for the Lick Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The J|C team developed a solution to size the generator for current usage and to ease the process of installing future parallel generators.

Carter’s Creek WWTP Electrical Upgrades – College Station, TX – Houston Area

Jones|Carter worked alongside the City of College Station to replace and upgrade existing motor control centers and their associated feeders at the Carter’s Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. These improvements allow for greater reliability and easier procurement of spare parts.

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