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Project Update: Telge Phase II

Project Update: Telge Phase II

Telge Phase II is making progress! The property sits on 8.5 acres in Cypress, TX. The buildings in the business park are between 4,500-15,329 SF consisting of 9 metal buildings with 9 14′ x 14′ grade-level doors. It includes ample outside storage and area for expansion. Check out the property detail page for more information. ...
Project Update: North Frazier Industrial Park

Project Update: North Frazier Industrial Park

Color renderings are up for North Frazier Industrial Park! This 20.49 acre development in the Conroe area will consist of 9 buildings totaling 158,150 SF. All buildings will be crane ready. It is being developed by First Houston Properties, and the contractor is Huffco Services, Inc. More updates on this property can be found on the dedicated property detail page. Information on the September groundbreaking can be found here. 1leftright...
Property Update: Houston Industrial Development One

Property Update: Houston Industrial Development One

  Construction is underway for Phase I of Houston Industrial Development One, LLC. Sitting on 6.5 acres, these two, industrial metal buildings will feature a 30’ eave height with stone, EIFs and a small canopy at the entryway.  Both buildings are crane ready with capacity for 10 ton cranes.  Governed by the City of Pasadena, this 22,000 SF and  19,000 SF shell building project is being constructed by GRA Gulf Coast Construction.   Myte Associates is the project developer. For more photos and property information, click...
Property Update: Logistics Park at World Houston

Property Update: Logistics Park at World Houston

The newest photos are up for our nearly completed Logistics Park project! This 8-acre lot now houses 7 metal buildings, which total 79,000 SF. This property is located between 14904-14912 Lee Rd and 5804-5816 Hamblen Rd in Houston, TX. For more photos and updates, click...
Living Legend

Living Legend

“The signature classroom in the renovated Francis Hall, which will house Texas A&M’s Department of Construction Science this spring, will be named for Bob Segner, a professor who has been teaching students, many of whom are now leaders in the building industry, since 1970.” And that’s true for MIII’s very own Marissa Chavez, a former pupil of Professor Segner. Segner has played a major role in shaping and transforming the popular and respected Construction Science program at Texas A&M. As an Aggie himself, Segner received his bachelor’s degree in Science in Architectural Construction, and a Master’s of Construction Management both from the university. Upon completion, the renovated ‘Robert O. Segner, Jr. Auditorium will seat 120 on 1,700 sqft. The auditorium will feature a restored skylight and a two-story layout that have not been utilized in Francis Hall since the 1950’s. Construction for the renovation will begin this fall, and should be completed in time for the 2015 spring...