Pecos Farms

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Project Managers 
Scott Fraser | Ronnie Finley

Superintendent 
Izzy Valenzuela 

Architect 
RBA Architects
Rick Brown
rbrown@rbaarch.com
405.529.1025

Owner 
Pecos Farms, LLC
Brian Smiley
brian@edgenr.com
512.422.6411

Contract Price
 $10,630,102

Completion 
September 2020 
14 Months

Pecos Farms is a 20 acre development in which we provided complete construction services including complete site sub-grade replacement, underground public water and fire utilities, including a 6,400′ right of way extension and under highway bore, several acre septic systems, water detention and retention ponds, flexible paving roads, to erect two PEMB structures, one CMU/Wood recreational structure and infrastructure for a 200+ person man camp. Gladiator Energy Services’ facility is 24,360 square feet of PEMB shop with a 3,240 square foot office build out. The shop was designed to hold up the largest coil tubing units on the market with their outriggers out. Iron Clad Energy’s facility is similarly structured to their sister company and consists of 10,456 square feet of PEMB shop with a conventional 2,200 square foot office build out. The recreation building is a 2,700 square foot CMU/ Wood workout and laundry facility where the site manager’s office is located. We poured 3,434 cubic yards of concrete with 162 tons of rebar, 10,400 8″ and 3,135 12″ CMU blocks, as well as 12,750 square feet of wood decking to complete this project.

11700 Tower Project

Project Manager
Scott Fraser

Superintendent
Ronnie Finley

Plans
Scott Fraser/H3 Design
Tracy Henson
tj@hddwtx.com
432.559.4859 

Owner 
CSSC Midland, LLC
Blaine Covington
blaine.covington@gmail.com
817.312.4681 

Contract Price 
$1,646,045 

Completion
December 2019 
7 Months

11700 Tower Project is a new 16,425 square foot design build structure for a tenant lease. 4.7 acres were developed with public water, natural gas, septic system and fenced to place this PEMB facility which consists of 3925 square foot of finished/flex office space, the shop is 5 ton crane ready and has a built in slab sump with connected sand separators, submersible pumps and a 210bbls ground level water storage tank with concrete retention walls, for gray water. The facility has fire suppression throughout, radiant heat in the shop, a cold-formed steel parapet wall with custom steel awnings.

Yellowhouse & Add

Project Manager
Scott Fraser 

Superintendent 
Ronnie Finley 

Plans
Scott Fraser/H3 Design
Tracy Henson
tj@hddwtx.com
432.559.4859 

Owner
CSSC Midland, LLC
Blaine Covington
blaine.covington@gmail.com
817.312.4681 

Contract Price $1,646,045 

Completion
December 2019
7 Months 

Originally we built this building as a design build lease facility on 12 Acres for CSSC Midland, LLC and a design build lease property, but due to a change in the ownership of the company leasing the facility, it was sold to JKK Properties as a John Deere dealership and was retrofitted while new to accommodate a sales floor and parts warehouse. The original PEMB facility consisted of a design build 25,600 square feet of shop with two 10 ton overhead cranes in tandem and 8400 square feet of finished office including a small lab with a fume hood; the facility is We added a 1950 square foot sales floor with an aluminum clad vestibule and a decorative awning to hide the joined structure and we also added 4970 square feet of conditioned parts warehouse to service the sales floor. We recently completed an additional warehouse to service Internet sales and pickups consisting of 5525 square feet of space plus additional exterior and interior improvements such as adding additional exhaust fans and a clean room with a small overhead crane. 

Retail on Pecos Corners

Project Managers 
Brett Hazenstab

Superintendent 
Ronnie Finley

Plans
Stephen J. Kramer
Architecture
4733 Shavano Oak Ste. 103
San Antonio, TX 78249
210.479.8900

Owner 
Pecos Corners, LLC
215 W Bandera Rd, Ste 114-507
Boerne, TX 78006

Contract Price
$1,169,538 

Completion 
November 2021 

We were selected by the owner to build an 8400 square foot retail center shell on Hwy 285 in Pecos TX. The project consisted of sitework, complete building, parking, landscaping, irrigation, trash enclosure, signage, and site lighting. This project had extensive sitework needed to accommodate the drainage of the nearby Walmart, which ran though the property.

James Avery, Sherwood Village, San Angelo, TX 

Project Manager 
Scott Fraser

Superintendent 
 Ricky White 

Plans
Paddle Creek Design
Thomas Oppelt 

Owner 
 James Avery Craftsman, Inc 

Contract Price
 $326,957
 Competitive Bid 

Completion 
3.31.2021 

 James Avery San Angelo was a 1933 square foot tenant finish out for the well known jeweler. The project consisted of total demolition of the previous Dickey’s Barbecue, and installation of new plumbing, rooftop units, interior finish out, decorative finishes, casework, signage, lighting as well as new storefront doors. 

12012 Jordy

Project Managers 
Scott Fraser/Brett Hazenstab

Superintendent 
Ronnie Finley

Plans
H3 Design

Owner 
CSSC Midland

Contract Price
$1,095,305

Completion 
December 2021

12012 Jordy was built as a speculative building in our Greatsmith Industrial Development to be leased. The building consists of 2589 square feet of office, 7500 square feet of heated shop, and 1250 square feet for a wash bay, all fully sprinkled. The building has a TCEQ rated grey water capture system and is structurally built to hold a 5 ton crane.

Dyess AFB Visitor Control Center

Project Managers 
Scott Fraser

Superintendent 
Mike Cross

Plans
Parkhill, Smith & Cooper
340 Beech St. 
Abilene, TX. 79601
325-673-8178

Owner 
City of Abilene
PO BOX 60
Abilene, TX 79604

Contract Price
$1,064,000 

Completion 
September 2021 

This project was a bond project for the City of Abilene to accommodate the needs of the growing Dyess base. The original building was less than 700 square feet, built in 1986. We demolished the interior and remodeled the existing, plus we attached a 1040 square foot addition with new ADA restrooms, a larger Lobby, waiting room, and ID Counter. We also extended a large concrete parking area with security fencing, landscaping and a large caste stone sitting wall. This project was overseen and inspected by the City of Abilene, but was coordinated with the Dyess AFB as well.