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Expansion Era: Q&A with New Arch-Con President Jason Cooper

Houston’s real estate market has seen better times but Houston-based Arch-Con Construction is not feeling the effects since they have diversified across product types and into other metropolitan areas. Headed by CEO Michael Scheurich, Arch-Con has nearly 4 million-square-feet of commercial projects currently under construction with a projected revenue of $300 million for 2017, a 33 percent increase over last year. In Houston alone, the ... Read More »

The Medical Construction Boom: The Q&A with Arch-Con’s Evan Alford

HOUSTON – With more than $3 billion in construction projects under way, Houston’s Texas Medical Center is the largest life sciences destination in the world. But that’s not all. Construction of medical facilities in Houston is booming, with medical office buildings being built around town as well as expansion of Memorial Hermann, Houston Methodist and Baylor College of Medicine in the ... Read More »

Dallas’ Hot Market: The Q&A with Arch-Con’s Robert Martin

For nearly two decades, Arch-Con Construction, a Texas-based general contractor specializing in commercial design and construction services for real estate developers, building owners, architects, brokers and tenants has had a major presence in Houston. The company currently has some 100,000 square feet of office buildings, eight hotels, more than 2 million square feet of industrial buildings, 750,000 square feet of ... Read More »

Ed Wulfe Starting Mixed-Use Project in The Woodlands

THE WOODLANDS – Wulfe & Co., a Houston company led by Ed Wulfe, is developing a 58,000-square-foot mixed-use project called East Shore Place near Grogan’s Mill Road in The Woodlands, the Houston Chronicle reported. Ziegler Cooper is the architect of the two-story project, which will have office space above ground level retail. Arch-Con Corp., a Houston firm led by Michael ... Read More »

Construction Cranes: Houston’s Endangered Species? The Q&A with Michael Scheurich of Arch-Con Corp.

With its continued dependency on the energy sector, Houston has been greatly affected by the downturn in the oil and gas industry. No where is this more evident than in the cranes that dot the Houston landscape. To gauge the health of the construction sector, Realty News Report talked with Michael G. Scheurich, President & CEO of Houston-based Arch-Con Corporation, a Texas-based general contractor ... Read More »

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