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Backpack and School Supply Drive 2018

Thanks to our great community partners, Raven Mechanical, Sealant Solutions, Inc., Advanced Connections Inc., A&H Electric and S.P.D. Resources, SEDALCO was able to donate over 300 backpacks filled with school supplies to surrounding school districts for kids in need. We appreciate the partners that joined forces with us this year!

Cleveland ISD Breaks Ground on New Service Center

On July 17, Cleveland ISD trustees and administrators, SEDALCO Construction Services and Claycomb architects officially broke ground for the new district service center. The service center and transportation hub once built, will allow the district to relocate its bus barn, provide storage for food service and have a space for maintenance and operations. Also on […]

Ribbon Cutting for City of Corinth Public Safety Facility & Fire House

A Ribbon Cutting was held on April 28th for the New Public Safety Facility in Corinth. It sits on approximately 6.08 acres, the 32,000-square-foot main building located at 3501 FM2181 was renovated into the home of the Corinth Police Department and Lake Cities Fire Department Administration by SEDALCO Construction Services. Housing all public safety administration under […]

Russ Garrison President/CEO of SEDALCO is the recipient of the 2017 SIR award from TEXO

SEDALCO’s Russ Garrison receives prestigious SIR award handed to him by TEXO’s President Meloni McDaniel.Qualifications for this award… TEXO, The Construction Association, will recognize an outstanding individual who exemplifies our motto by contributing “Skill, Integrity and Responsibility” to the construction industry. The Annual SIR Award takes its name from those exemplary characteristics. Keep these in […]

Groundbreaking McCulloch Texas Law Enforcement Center

  On Friday, September 1, SEDALCO and the McCulloch County Commissioner ‘s Office, held a Ground Breaking at the site for the new Law Enforcement Center.  Many interested citizens from the community came to participate in the ceremony. When visiting with these people you get a glimpse into what a strong sense of community they […]

Denton County Southwest Courthouse Flower Mound Texas

Denton County Southwest Courthouse-Flower Mound TX The new Denton County Southwest Courthouse is located on 5.0 acres in a new development along Canyon Falls Drive in Flower Mound. The 32,000-square-foot buildingwill accommodate the County Clerk, Tax Office, Constable, Justice of the Peace, Department of Community Supervision and Corrections, Denton County Juvenile Probation, DPS, Health Services, […]

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center Dallas Texas

https://dallas.tamu.edu/ The TAMU Dallas AgriLife Center will be a new 3 story, 63,654 square foot state of the art research facility for the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Division.   The new, environmentally sustainable headquarters, located at 17360 Coit Road, will stand alongside upgraded existing buildings, overhauled infrastructure and new public teaching facilities. The new additions will […]

SEDALCO continues relationship with Johnson County as Phase 1 of jail expansion kicks off

Below is a great article from the Cleburne-Times Review highlighting the ground breaking ceremony for SEDALCO’s latest project in Johnson County.  Project details include new renovations and an expansion of the Johnson County Jail in Cleburne. By Jessica Pounds Phase 1 plans to renovate and expand Johnson County’s jail began Wednesday as Johnson County commissioners and […]

New Gillespie County Jail set for Open House

Below is a great article from the Fredericksburg Standard Newspaper highlighting the recent completion and scheduled facility tour for the new Gillespie County Jail that SEDALCO constructed. By Matt Ward Gillespie County’s brand-new jail facility will be open for business within the next week, but the general public will get a sneak peek at the lockup, located at […]

SEDALCO “raises the roof” on the new FEMA Dome project for Eastland ISD

(EASTLAND, TEXAS) – Mission Complete; for the past several weeks, SEDALCO’s project team has been preparing for a significant milestone in the life of the Eastland ISD Safe Room/Gymnasium Dome project.  Early on the morning of February 21, weeks of planning and coordination came to culmination when the roof structure of the dome was successfully […]

FWPD Mounted Patrol gets ready to move into new equine facility

Below is a great article highlighting the recent completion, ribbon cutting ceremony and facility tour for the new FWPD Mounted Patrol Equine Facility that SEDALCO constructed. By Betty Dillard bdillard@bizpress.net With a nod to the Old West, the Fort Worth Police Mounted Patrol officially opened its new administrative and equine facility during a ribbon cutting ceremony […]

Housing Authority gets set to formally launch Hunter Plaza rebuild

By Scott Nishimura snishimura@bizpress.net The Fort Worth Housing Authority is hosting a “wall-breaking” Wednesday to launch the impending demolition and rebuild of the downtown Hunter Plaza apartments into a mixed-use, mixed-income development. The event will be 10 a.m. at Hunter Plaza, 605 W. 1st St. Several dignitaries, including City Councill members Ann Zadeh and W.B. […]

Hopkins County officially breaks ground on new jail and law enforcement center

(SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS) – County officials took part in a ground breaking ceremony on Monday for the new $16 million Hopkins County Jail.  Earlier in the morning, during the regularly scheduled commissioner’s court meeting, SEDALCO Construction Services, the county’s Construction Manager met with the Commissioner’s Court to finalize the overall project budget.  The new complex […]

SEDALCO set to begin construction on key project for 2013 Everman ISD Bond Program

(EVERMAN, TEXAS) – In June, Everman ISD School Board officials approved to move forward with additions and renovations to Joe C. Bean High School which is the single largest project that voters approved in the $40 million, May 2013 bond election. The SEDALCO led Design-Build team will soon begin construction on the $29 million project.  […]