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.
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.
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.
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.
Jones|Carter is working alongside the Midlothian Development Authority (MDA) on the design plans for the reconstruction of approximately 1.5 miles of V.V. Jones Road from State Highway 67 to Power Way. Currently a two-lane, asphalt road, once complete, the roadway will be a major arterial roadway. V. V. Jones is located on the western edge of the Railport Business Park in Midlothian.
Jones|Carter teamed with Saint Arnold Brewing Company (SABC) to provide Site Development services for the new Saint Arnold Restaurant and Beer Garden. The restaurant is an addition to their existing brewery located north of Katy Freeway and west of Mary Street in downtown Houston. A 20,800 square-foot, single-story building, the restaurant and beer garden includes both covered and uncovered areas overlooking the Houston skyline.
Jones|Carter provided surveying services for Carter Ranch, a 14,669-acre working cattle ranch located in both Leon and Freestone Counties along the Trinity River. Large portions of the ranch had not been surveyed since the late 1800s when the land was cut from the sovereign of Texas. The J|C team surveyed 29 separate tracts, including 2.2 miles of railroad right-of-way, 16.2 miles of river, and approximately 50 adjoining properties within the allotted 30-day timeline.
Jones|Carter is working alongside Kirksey Architecture on Phase One of the State of Texas Capitol Complex 2018 Master Plan. Updated biennially, the Texas Capitol Master Plan strives to meet state office space needs, highlight the importance of the state capitol, and create a pedestrian-friendly environment. Phase One includes two new buildings, five levels of underground parking, and three blocks for a new pedestrian mall on Congress Avenue.
In 2014, Jones|Carter was contracted by Johnson Development to perform civil services for a new community in Richmond. The Harvest Green community is a 1,055-acre master-planned community centered around a 12-acre working farm. Harvest Green is a sustainable development utilizing bio-swales among other features to promote green living.
Each year South by Southwest Festivals & Conferences, better known as SXSW, hosts a festival in Downtown Austin. In 2016, SXSW announced their intent to build a new headquarters in Austin. Jones|Carter is providing surveying, site design, and utility engineering for the 12-story, 145,000 square foot building. The headquarters will include office, restaurant, and retail space, as well as five floors dedicated to parking. The development is targeting a LEED Gold certification. The project limits are Lavaca, 14th Street, and Guadalupe Street. Located along 14th Street are several large heritage oaks, that quickly became a main focal point of the project. The architect designed the building in a serpentine shape to preserve the heritage trees.