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.
Over two decades working with Bridgestone MUD has garnered our team an innate understanding of how to solve some of their most challenging issues.
Jones|Carter serves as the program and construction manager for the Greater Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority’s capital program responsible for providing management of the Authority’s design consultants, as well as full time oversight of construction projects.
The project scope includes rehabilitation of the existing influent lift station piping and controls. The new wastewater plant project also includes new electrical service, a 600-kW diesel generator and 2,000 gallon fuel tank, and a new control building.
The project will widen the toll road to six lanes, from four lanes. The project scope includes roadway plan and profile design, retaining wall and storm drain design, signing and pavement marking, overhead signs, and storm water pollution prevention plans.
Imperial Sugar Land, a master-planned community by The Johnson Development Corporation, represents the largest remaining development opportunity in Sugar Land spanning 716 acres southwest of Houston.