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Dallas Construction Projects

Staffing Dallas construction projects is is a long-term goal of Power Labor. We recently set up our Dallas office.

Current Construction Projects in Dallas and Nearby Areas

According to the Dallas Business Journal, the Dallas-Forth Worth area claimed the top three cities in the nation for real estate at the beginning of 2017.

With the Dallas-Fort Worth area being called the “hottest real estate market in the country, it’s not a stretch to know that construction is booming in this area. According to the article, giant corporations are either opening new offices here or are relocating businesses. This is happening as a result of Texas’ business-friendly tax climate. The largest construction projects were happening in Dallas and Plano (five), Forth Worth (four) and Frisco (3). Arlington, Carrollton, Coppell, Grand Prairie, Irving, Northlake, Richardson, and Prosper each had one major project in the works.

The Largest Construction Projects

NBC News outlined the largest construction projects in northern Texas in order of size, as follows:

  • The Toyota headquarters. The new Toyota headquarters in Plano was built to specs of 2.1 million square feet, and the facility would provide approximately 4,000 jobs.
  • The Union project. This was the largest project in Dallas, which includes building an 800,000 square foot facility to house office, residential and retail spaces. Target date to open is in 2018.
  • Rayzor Ranch project. The Rayzor Ranch project in Denton includes a 70,000 square foot convention center and hotel, which are targeted for completion at the end of 2017.
  • Fort Worth arena. The multipurpose arena has a target date to open in 2019 and will host the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, along with concerts and sports events. The project’s projected cost is $450 million.

Need Help Finding a Job or Finding Workers for Dallas Construction Projects?

At Power Labor our professionals can help you staff your project, or if you’re a skilled laborer, we can help you find work.

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