A Good Thing (pdf) Oct. 2006
Three City Spots (pdf) Sept. 2006
Hurst Plans a Makeover (pdf) July 2007
Hurst to Break Ground (pdf) Jan. 2008
Hurst in First Stage of Major Redevelopment (pdf) Feb. 2008
AUI Wins Three TEXO Awards - October 2009 (pdf)
Market Study for the Proposed Meeting Facility (pdf)
Hurst Conference Center eyes September opening to get a piece of Super Bowl action (pdf) March 2010
Hurst Expects New Center to Develop into Success (pdf) Aug. 2010
AUI - Construction Management at-risk for Heritage Village
Founded in Fort Worth in 1983, AUI is a full-service general contractor and is fully bonded and insured. AUI self-performs site work, site utility work, and structural and architectural concrete work in both commercial and civil divisions.
Komatsu Architecture (Senior Center) The mission of Komatsu Architecture is to adhere to the highest standards of design excellence in the development of solutions for our clients. Our goal is to contribute to the quality of the built environment and the quality of life of its inhabitants. They are located in Fort Worth, Texas.
Renaissance Development Company, Inc
Based in downtown Fort Worth, the company has multiple projects in various
stages of development located primarily in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan
area and in Southern California.
Ron Hobbs Architects (Master Architect for Heritage Village)
For over 30 years, Ron Hobbs Architects has built a unique professional reputation by combining basic architectural principles, with intelligent imagination, which has produced award-winning projects that are both distinctive and practical throughout the State of Texas and beyond. Founded in 1977 and based in Garland, Texas, the firm has successfully established its reputation in both the public and private sectors, for its client-oriented services, honesty, commitment and hard work.
Wiginton HookerJeffry Architects (Fire Station) Architecture is part of the public domain. Good architecture serves and enriches the lives of the people that move through and work in the spaces it creates. From its very inception in Dallas, Texas in 1978, Wiginton Hooker Jeffry Architects has built in the public domain, and has placed service to its Clients as its primary focus.