Texas

Grapevine Main

The Grapevine Main project is a P3 development project with the City of Grapevine that will feature offices, meeting and gathering spaces, integrated with a boutique hotel, parking garage, and the new TEXRail Main Street commuter rail station and reconstructed vintage railroad tracks and platform. The City will own and operate the depot portion of the building and lease portions of the garage for hotel and retail uses. Huitt-Zollars is working on the project with a multi-disciplined design team led by Architexas, and performing civil engineering and survey services.

Grapevine Main

The Grapevine Main project is a P3 development project with the City of Grapevine that will feature offices, meeting and gathering spaces, integrated with a boutique hotel, parking garage, and the new TEXRail Main Street commuter rail station and reconstructed vintage railroad tracks and platform. The City will own and operate the depot portion of the building and lease portions of the garage for hotel and retail uses.

Walsh Development

Walsh is a 7,200-acre, mixed-use master planned community that spans Tarrant and Parker counties within the city of Fort Worth, Texas. The first phase of the community, Quail Valley, is 1,700 acres and will consist of nearly 3,000 single-family residential lots, including a large amenity complex and three elementary schools. The development is expected to eventually be home to nearly 50,000 residents. As the Development Engineer, Huitt-Zollars was responsible for all aspects of engineering to make Quail Valley a reality.

8th Avenue Mixed-Use Development

Huitt-Zollars completed the 8th Avenue Mixed-Use Development in Fort Worth, Texas. Huitt-Zollars provided architectural, civil, landscape, mechanical, and electrical services to design the redevelopment of multiple contiguous sites as multi-use area. This mixed use office and retail building provides a striking presence along 8th avenue, tying the medical district into the Magnolia Street area of the Near Southside.

Francis Elementary School

Pursuant to the passage of the 2015 Bond Program, the District engaged Huitt-Zollars to develop elementary and middle school prototypes. Five new school campuses including two elementary schools and three middle schools are now open for the 2018 -2019 school year.