Commercial Projects by Market Sector

Allen Event Center

The Allen Event Center is a 6,275 fixed-seat multi-purpose arena located in Allen, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. The arena opened in November 2009. The center hosts the home games of the ECHL’s Allen Americans, and the Dallas Sidekicks of the Major Arena Soccer League.

Location Allen, TX
Construction Costs: $52.6 million
Size 8,100 capacity
Completion 2009
Contractor Hunt Construction
Architect Sink Combs Dethlefs

Austin FC

The future home of Austin FC, a modern 3.0 stadium and soccer park at McKalla Place in Austin, Texas, is slated to open in March 2021. This project, built to accommodate approximately 20,000 soccer fans, will provide the City of Austin with a park, and trail accessible to the public 52 weeks a year. Additionally, it will offer space for cultural, and community events, food trucks, local food, beverage options, and much more.

Location Austin, TX
Construction Costs: $240 million
Size 20,500 seats
Completion 2021
Contractor Austin
Architect Gensler

Dickies Arena

Dickies Arena in Fort Worth opened November 2019, located adjacent to the Will Rogers Memorial Center campus. The arena attracts a wide variety of high-quality entertainment to the area including concerts, sporting events, and family shows, as well as hosts the month-long Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

Location Fort Worth, TX
Construction Costs: $540 million
Size 750,000 SF
Completion November 2019
Contractor BECK Group & Austin Commercial
Architect HKS Inc & David M. Schwarz

Epic Water Park

Opened in 2018 Epic Waters is a year-round heated indoor water park in Grand Prairie, and considered the grandest recreation complex in North Texas. It’s also part of a 172-acre complex designed to meet the needs of people of all ages, abilities, and demographics. The retractable roof allows the waterpark to adapt to Texas weather, and remain open year-round.

Location Grand Prairie, TX
Construction Costs: $88 million
Size: 100,000 SF
Completion 2018
Contractor Lee Lewis Construction
Architect HKS Architects

Globelife Field

The future stadium for the Texas Rangers, this “Next Generation Ballpark” will be the cornerstone of the Texas Live! development, a world-class dining, entertainment and luxury hospitality complex. Designed with a retractable roof for climate control and shelter, the ballpark will deliver a series of premium experiences for the fans including clubs, themed restaurants, retail, and a hall of fame exhibit.

Location Arlington, TX
Construction Costs: $1 billion
Size 13 acres / 1.8 million SF
Completion May 2020
Contractor Manhattan
Architect HKS Inc / VLK Architects


The country’s largest indoor water park slated to open in Round Rock, Texas in November of 2020, planned to span 223,000 square feet, in addition to outdoor pools built over 3 acres. The indoor theme park will include an indoor zip-line, laser tag, mini-golf, games, a piano bar, full spa, and retail space. The convention center will include 16 meeting rooms, 50,000 square feet of outdoor event space, 40,000 square foot and 27,000 square foot ballrooms. There will be approximately 1950 hotel rooms.

Location Round Rock, TX
Construction Costs: $250 milion
Size 200 acres
Completion 2020
Contractor Hensel Phelps
Architect HKS Architects

SMU Natatorium

The 42,000 square foot center, located on the University’s east campus for Division I swimming and diving, coaching and technology training is designed to prepare the men’s and women’s swimmers and divers for the highest level of competition. The Aquatics Center features an Olympic-sized, eight-lane indoor pool with a platform diving area, (4) springboards, and a 10-meter tower for training or competition. In addition, coaches’ offices, men’s / women’s / visitor locker rooms, classrooms, and meeting areas are located adjacent to the pool. Spectator seating for 800 is on the mezzanine level.

Location Dallas, TX
Size 42,000 SF
Completion 2017
Contractor BECK Group
Architect BSW Architects

Wyly Theater

The Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre is one of the world’s most innovative theatre facilities. The 10-level building features a groundbreaking design with an unprecedented “stacked,” vertically organized facility that completely rethinks the traditional form of theatre.

Location Dallas, TX
Construction Costs: $340 million
Size 600 capacity
Completion 2009
Contractor McCarthy
Architect REX | OMA & Rem Koolhaas