PBT ISD Agricultural Science Barn

Project Manager 
Eric Hamilton

Superintendent 
Ronnie Kibler

Architect 
VLK Architects (Alex Menard)

Owner 
PBT-ISD 

Fletco Construction recently completed a cutting-edge agricultural facility for PBT-ISD, featuring state-of-the-art amenities tailored to enhance productivity and learning. Valued at $4.9 million, the 13,375 square foot facility boasts automated watering systems for pens, along with animal showers equipped with hot and cold water for optimal care. Additionally, the facility includes a modern learning center complete with high-tech interactive displays and Wi-Fi connectivity, fostering a dynamic educational environment. Expansive grazing areas provide ample space for animals to bask in the sun and exercise, ensuring their well-being. This project stands as a testament to Fletco Construction’s commitment to innovation and excellence in construction for the benefit of PBT-ISD and its community.

 

 

Kermit Civic Center

Project Manager
Scott Fraser

Plans
Parkhill

Owner 
The City of Kermit

The Kermit Civic Center is a 6,000 sf single-story metal building with a large Assembly Hall, Conference Room, Commercial Kitchen, Offices, and Restrooms.  A large covered Patio serves as an outdoor gathering space and includes an outdoor grill.  The front elevation of the building is enhanced with a decorative aluminum trellis across the full frontage.  Site development includes asphalt pavement and landscaping with irrigation.  The project serves as a community gathering and meeting space for up to 355 people.

Vintage North Shopping Center

Superintendent
Marcos Balderrama

Plans
KLH Composition

Vintage North, a 9,000-square-foot retail center in Odessa, Texas, boasts a robust steel frame and a striking exterior featuring brick, metal panels, wood cladding, and EIFS. Tower features delineate tenant spaces, while drive-thru lanes enhance accessibility. Its comprehensive site development includes essential utilities, well-lit parking, and convenient curbs, setting a new standard for retail centers in both design and functionality. With a $1.935 million contract value, Vintage North exemplifies quality and innovation in retail development.

Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD Multi Family

Project Manager 
Josef Pickett

Superintendent 
John “Tess” Tessendorf

Assistant Superintendent 
Robbie Morgan

Architect 
VLK Architects (Eli Cohn)

Owner 
Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD 

Welcome to Fletco Construction’s latest triumph – the prestigious PBT ISD Multi-Family Complex, a state-of-the-art teaching staff residential facility. Comprising of nine remarkable buildings, this $16 million project stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence in construction.

Designed to accommodate the dedicated teaching staff of PBT ISD, this multi-family complex embodies comfort, convenience, and modernity. As we approach the completion of phase one, we take immense pride in the progress achieved so far. Each building boasts meticulous craftsmanship, thoughtfully tailored to create a harmonious living experience for the educators who shape the future.

The project’s significance lies in its contribution to fostering a thriving educational community, where teachers can live and collaborate in an inspiring environment. Fletco Construction’s dedication to precision and adherence to the highest construction standards have been instrumental in bringing this vision to life.

We eagerly look forward to the grand completion of this remarkable residential facility, which will undoubtedly set new benchmarks in the realm of multi-family construction. Stay tuned for further updates on our website as we continue to transform ideas into reality, one groundbreaking project at a time.

Meals on Wheels Commissary Winkler County

Procore

Project Manager 
Eric Hamilton

Superintendent 
Shay Hellums

Architect 
Parkhill

Owner 
Winkler County

A single-story, 1,640 square foot metal stud-framed building is being constructed in Winkler County to serve as a commissary for Meals on Wheels. This state-of-the-art facility will include a fully-equipped commercial kitchen designed for large-scale meal preparation, a functional office space for administrative tasks, ample dry storage for non-perishable food items and supplies, a large-capacity freezer to ensure the freshness and safety of perishable goods, and convenient restroom facilities for staff. The site development will feature adequate parking for staff and delivery vehicles, durable paving for smooth transportation and logistics, and comprehensive utility extensions to support the building’s operations, including water, electricity, and sewage systems. Expected to be completed by September 16, 2024, this $1,100,000 project exemplifies Fletco Construction’s commitment to community support and excellence in building design and functionality. Stay tuned for updates as we progress toward the completion of this essential facility.

Little Hearts Child Development Center

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Project Manager 
Carson Conklin

Superintendent 
Bryce Smith

Architect 
Perkins & Will

Owner 
Little Hearts & Hill Country Community Needs Council

Little Hearts Child Development Center, in partnership with the Hill Country Community Needs Council, is set to address the critical childcare shortage in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County through an ongoing project led by Fletco Construction. The facility, spanning approximately 9,000 square feet, will feature an extensive 8,000-square-foot playground. Notable amenities include a commercial kitchen, indoor play gym, family restroom, mother’s room, laundry facilities, and a conference room. Rigorous security measures will be integrated to ensure the safety of all occupants. Little Hearts and the Hill Country Community Needs Council envision this project as a pivotal solution to meet the childcare demands of the community, demonstrating Fletco Construction’s dedication to creating impactful and functional spaces.

GreatSmith Industrial Spec Buildings

Procore

Project Manager 
Josef Pickett

Superintendent 
Ronnie Kibler

Design Build 
Fletco Construction

Owner 
GreatSmith Industrial Park

Situated conveniently at the intersection of FM 1788 and Hwy 191, our project is part of the GreatSmith Industrial Park, comprising four buildings spread across different plots. With 2,000 square feet of office space and 2,880 square feet of shop space, tailored to diverse industry needs, they ensure seamless workflow and efficiency, thanks to features like a 5-ton crane. Each building offers ample parking with nine asphalted spaces per building for employees and visitors. Enhanced security measures, including fully fenced premises with 6’+1′ security fencing, prioritize the safety of assets. These outstanding features are the product of our design-build services, where our team meticulously crafts every detail to exceed client expectations and contribute to their business success.