Commercial Projects by Market Sector
Austin Community College and KLRU announce a new partnership unfolding at ACC Highland. Together, ACC and KLRU will expand the pipeline of talented artists and transmedia communicators and transform public television. The new facility, opening at the former women’s Dillard’s at Highland, includes state-of-the-art TV studios, edit suites, master control, community space, and more.
As part of the Highland Redevelopment Project, this collaboration brings together ACC’s vision to build innovative instruction, flexible training labs, business incubator space, and non-profit resources under one roof.
After an extensive search for a new facility throughout the DFW area and other Texas communities, a Dallas site was selected for Cummins Southern Plain Center. This engine remanufacturing facility has 14 individual bridge cranes with spans up to 100 feet to remove engines up to 90 liters, weighing up to 60,000 pounds, and 42 service bays servicing vehicles ranging from fire trucks, to motor homes, to oilfield frack rigs.
The warehouse and former cracker factory at 603 Munger Street has anchored Dallas’ West End for more than 115 years. It has gone through booms and busts, just like the city around it. The building had been vacant nearly 10 years until Granite Properties purchased it in 2015 and announced plans for its rehabilitation. It reopened in 2017 as Factory Six03, a 215,000 square foot, creative and tech-centered office, s well as retail complex that is acting as a catalyst for a rebirth of the West End Historic District.
Mary Kay Inc. built a new, U.S.-based global manufacturing, research and development facility located in Lewisville, Texas. This manufacturing / R&D Center supports the global cosmetic company’s needs in producing skin care products, color cosmetics and fragrances for millions of Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants worldwide. The Richard R. Rogers (R3) Manufacturing / R&D Center, has been awarded LEED Silver certification. This building replaces Mary Kay’s former manufacturing facility that opened on Regal Row in Dallas in 1969.
Cherry Coatings provided wall and floor coating services for this state-of-the-art data center. We carried the best safety record (zero) over a 5-year period of any subcontractor hired on these facilities. The project included 400,000 square feet with 20,000 gallons of HPC (high Performance Coatings) on the ceilings of each building. Over 150,000 gallons of paint for all the facilities.
This fulfillment center in Arlington, Texas was built to offer small and medium sized businesses worldwide streamlined fulfillment and shipping services to consumers in the U.S. and Canada.