New Projects

Texas A&M West Campus Support Building

Located on the South Campus portion of the College Station campus, this 36,240-square foot facility serves as the primary student dining and activity center for the adjacent White Creek Residential Complex. Designed by KSQ Architects, this project includes a full-service kitchen and dining facility as well as a common space and special collaboration spaces to […]

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 […]

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center Dallas Texas 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 […]

Bosque County Breaks Ground on New Law Enforcement Center

Excerpt from the Meridian Tribune- Simone Wichers-Voss Monday, July 18, was the official groundbreaking for the new Bosque County Law Enforcement Center, with representatives present from many county agencies, SouthWest Architects and SEDALCO, the construction company and a few interested citizens. “A lot of people worked hard to make this possible,” Bosque County Judge Pool […]

City of Corinth breaks ground on a new Public Safety Center April 2017

City officials gathered Tuesday morning to break ground on the new Public Safety Center in Corinth. The facility will become the new home of the Corinth Police Department and Lake Cities Fire Department. Mayor Heidemann and council members kicked off the ceremony by expounding on the project impact to the community. “We are extremely pleased […]

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 […]

Housing Authority gets set to formally launch Hunter Plaza rebuild

By Scott Nishimura 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.  […]

Work begins on new home for Fort Worth Police Department Mounted Patrol

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (June 6, 2014) – The Fort Worth Police Department Mounted Patrol broke ground on its new facility this month. Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford designed a facility that houses both offices and stables for the Mounted Patrol unit. The facility has 5,600 SF of office space for officers and staff and 17,000 SF of […]

SEDALCO selected as General Contractor for new Hatchery Facility

(PALESTINE, TEXAS) – SEDALCO Construction Services has been selected to construct a new hatchery for Sanderson Farms, Inc.  (NASDAQ: SAFM). The single story, 65,200 square foot building will be located at the Willow Creek Business Park, located off of Loop 256 in Palestine, Texas.  The facility, situated on 15 acres will be used for poultry […]

SEDALCO hired as Construction Manager for new jail in Fredericksburg

(FREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS) – SEDALCO has been selected as the Construction Manager for the new Gillespie County Jail in Fredericksburg. The new facility will be approximately 47,000 square feet and will include 96 beds with the ability to expand by an additional 48 beds if needed.  It will also include a new courtroom, dispatch area, adult […]

SEDALCO to build new elementary school for Sabine ISD

(LIBERTY CITY, TEXAS) – SEDALCO has been hired as Construction Manager for a new 90,000 square foot elementary school for Sabine ISD. The new campus, situated on approximately 12 acres will be built for 740 students and will include classrooms for Pre-K through 5 as well as computer and science classrooms, a music room, library, […]

SEDALCO/MetalMan, JV awarded contract to construct new City of Dallas Horse Park

(DALLAS, TEXAS) – The joint venture team comprised of SEDALCO Construction Services and MetalMan Design/Build has been selected to construct a new equine facility for the City of Dallas. The Texas Horse Park is slated to be Dallas’ premier equine center with a focus on serving local children, senior citizens, veterans and the general public.  […]