Cadence McShane Completes 76,000 SF IDEA Hardy Charter School in Houston

HOUSTON — General contractor Cadence McShane Construction Co. has completed the 76,000-square-foot IDEA Hardy charter school in Houston. The project was constructed on a 15.5-acre site and includes classrooms, laboratories, a cafeteria, administrative spaces, gym, soccer field and outdoor eating areas. National architecture firm Corgan designed the project on behalf of IDEA Public Schools, a Weslaco, Texas-based provider of K-12 public charter schools serving roughly 19,000 students across 36 …

Black Bear Sports Acquires Grundy Ice Arena in Bristol, Pennsylvania

BRISTOL, PA. — Black Bear Sports Group, an owner of 18 sports facilities around the country, has acquired the Grundy Ice Arena in Bristol, about 20 miles north of Philadelphia. The arena, which frequently hosts youth hockey camps and tournaments throughout the year, features two ice sheets, an athletic training gym, café and a pro

AP Construction to Renovate 10,000 SF Audubon Recreation Center in Metro Dallas

GARLAND, TEXAS — Adolfson & Peterson (AP) Construction has been awarded the contract to renovate the 10,000-square-foot Audubon Recreation Center in Garland, a northeastern suburb of Dallas. The project will add a 5,000-square-foot fitness center and upgrade the common areas, restrooms, lobby, exterior façade and front patio. Brown Reynolds Watford Architects is the project architect. Construction is scheduled to begin this month and to be complete in summer

Plenitude Holdings Plans 87-Acre Sports Entertainment Project Near Los Angeles

CARSON, CALIF. — Plenitude Holdings, a real estate investment partnership between Blanchard Entities and Shopoff Realty Investments affiliated entities, is developing The Creek at Dominguez Hills in Carson.Located off the 405 Freeway and north of East Del Amo Boulevard, the 87-acre development will offer more than 500,000-square-feet of retail, recreation and sports wellness space. In addition to retail, the project will feature a 199,000-square-foot, multi-use indoor sports complex …

Civic Board Approves Financing for Expansion of America’s Center Convention Complex in Downtown St. Louis

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Municipal Finance Corp. has approved the financing package for the expansion of America’s Center Convention Complex. The 502,000-square-foot events facility is located at 701 Convention Plaza in downtown St. Louis.The City of St. Louis and St. Louis County have each committed $105 million in bond financing to complete the expansion, which is branded the AC Next Gen Project. The city and county approved the project in April 2019.The expansion will add 92,000 …

Chicago’s Navy Pier to Implement Temporary Closure Starting Sept. 8 to Slow Financial Burden Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

CHICAGO — Navy Pier, a mixed-use destination on Chicago's lakefront, will start a temporary pier-wide closure on Tuesday, Sept. 8, in an effort to limit the financial burden and impact of the continued coronavirus pandemic on the organization.The closure will stop all operations, including those of Navy Pier’s more than 70 small businesses. Access to the pier’s outdoor space, including Polk Bros Park and North and South Docks, will also be limited or prohibited during the …

Cadence McShane Underway on Renovation of Austin High School

AUSTIN, TEXAS — General contractor Cadence McShane is underway on a project to renovate Austin High School, the state capital’s oldest high school that is located at 1715 W. Cesar Chavez St. The renovation project will add 22,000 square feet of facilities to support the dance and athletic programs, as well as modernized gyms and a new glass stair tower on the south side of the main building. O’Connell Robertson designed the project. The school will be conducting virtual learning classes …

C.W. Driver Breaks Ground on $48.2M Academic Building at Long Beach City College in California

LONG BEACH, CALIF. — C.W. Driver Cos., as general contractor, has broken ground on a multi-disciplinary facility located at Long Beach City College’s Liberal Arts Campus in Long Beach.The $48.2 million property is the first design-build project at the school funded by the state of California and will house a variety of academic programs, including language arts, career technology education, computer studies, office studies, student success center and support programs.The project …

TUPPS Brewery Receives $11.3M Civic Grant for Remodeling, Relocation in McKinney

MCKINNEY, TEXAS — Craft beer producer TUPPS Brewery has received a $11.3 million grant from The McKinney Community Development Corp. to remodel a 120-year-old grain mill in the northern Dallas suburb for its new location. The brewer’s new campus will span 4.5 acres and will consist of a 25,000-square-foot production brewery and a communal shopping area. TUPPS has occupied 17,000 square feet at the historic McKinney cotton mill at 721 Anderson St. for the past five

McCarthy Tops Out 635-Seat Performing Arts Center at Parish Episcopal School in Dallas

DALLAS — McCarthy Building Cos. has topped out construction of the Noble Performing Arts Center at Parish Episcopal School’s Midway campus in Dallas. The building, which is part of a 55,000-square-foot expansion project at the private school, will house a 515-seat performance hall, a 120-seat black box theater, rehearsal rooms, a film screening room and a dance studio. McCarthy broke ground on the project in November 2019 and expects to complete the project by spring

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