Houston – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has completed construction on the Holocaust Museum Houston, Lester and Sue Smith Campus. The extensive demolition and expansion project more...
The Texas high-speed train has been named among the top global infrastructure projects by infrastructure advocacy group CG/LA in its 2019 Strategic 100 Global Infrastructure Report.
A study that analyzes flood loss claims and estimates from over 74,000 properties impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Houston’s Harris County finds that a strategic land buyout approach that prioritizes the purchase of land parcels in “clusters,” as well as proximity to existing open space, is just as cost-effective as the traditional, piecemeal approach.
Texas Central, developers of the high-speed train, named Resource Environmental Solutions (RES) as the project’s provider of ecological mitigation services to help protect and enhance natural ecosystems and the environment throughout construction and operations.
Texas Central, developers of a high-speed train connecting Houston and Dallas, engaged the global construction and engineering firm Salini Impregilo – operating in the U.S. market with The Lane Construction Corporation – to lead the civil construction consortium that will build the Texas passenger line.
Houston has experienced a major construction boom in recent years. With the recent devastation of Hurricane Harvey, a large number of steel sheet pile projects have been included in this construction for added flood control.
The Houston metro area has experienced three, greater-than-100-year floods in the last five years. There is a fine line between disaster generation and disaster...
Hundreds of Houston’s top real estate executives, homebuilders, local officials and others — including swimming champion and Crystal Lagoons Global Ambassador Michael Phelps — were on hand to celebrate the first man-made, tropical lagoon in Texas during a special preview Aug. 23.
On April 28, Clear Lake City, a suburb of Houston, will be celebrating the completion of the first phase of an almost 200-acre nature park called Exploration Green. The park's primary function is mitigating flooding for the community through its five detention basins.