MYCON Contractors completes Marvin Tate Complex in Dallas
The 11,518sq ft Coordination Complex Center is dedicated to former City of Bryan Mayor and Texas A&M Junction Boys 'Survivor', Marvin Tate, and centralises all administrative, training and operational resources for 23 counties.
The building features offices, meeting spaces, a distinguished and adaptable board room with the latest built-in accessibility features, and lobby space highlighting BTD's local history. The façade consists of modern metal paneling and glued laminated (glulam) timber beams, which are efficient to produce and are highly durable.
Williamson Group Architects and PlanNorth Architectural Company were the architects for this project. Brazos Transit District is the owner. The Coordination Complex Center was funded by; Federal Transit Administration (26%), Brazos Transit District (24%), and Texas Department of Transportation (50%).
Since 1987, MYCON's work portfolio has spanned construction categories ranging from healthcare, industrial and institutional to office, retail, religious, manufacturing, food processing, and more. With annual revenues of approximately US$300mn, MYCON has completed hundreds of commercial construction projects.
Texas construction updates
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