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Angler Makes the Inc. 5000 List Again

Angler Construction has been added to the prestigious Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies for the second time. The award and ranking is based on the overall revenue growth over a three-year period. The list began in 1982 and has since awarded many well-known names such as Microsoft, Dell, Pandora, 7 Eleven, Toy “R” Us, and more.

We could have never accomplished this without our wonderful clients and extended team! Thank you for all your support

Angler Construction Brings Over 336,000 SF Tilt Wall Construction to Pasadena

BNLC I
BNLC II

Together with Method Architects, Angler Construction has successfully completed both Bayport North Logistic Center Building I & II for Triten Real Estate Partners.

Completed this September, BNLC Building I located at 5701 New Decade, is a 102,863 sq. ft. warehouse. Completed in October, BNLC Building II located at 4100 Malone Drive, this cross dock industrial warehouse includes strong structural steel and roofing.

Angler Received the Tilt Up Achievement Award for IDI Logistics West Little York

IDI West Little York is a Houston trailblazer. The first and only Ductilcrete Heidebed floor slab system in the city. A 153,188 square foot tilt wall warehouse with a spec office space designed by MacGregor and Associates for IDI Logistics, who is a leading investor and developer of logistics warehouses and distribution parks throughout North America. DUCTILCRETE® HB100 is a patented dual-layer engineered system for concrete slabs based on the Heidebed® technology and method. It is specifically designed for tilt-up construction where the two layers are placed in separate pours. The entire bottom part of the slab can be installed quickly providing a surface for ongoing construction. The top layer is typically placed after the walls and roof have been installed, which allows for a superior slab finish, eliminating the need for repairs of the bottom course. The DUCTILCRETE® HB100 system results in high performance, flat concrete slabs with column line joint spacing, superior finish without the residual effects of tilt-up construction, increased load carrying capacity, and reduced maintenance while improving construction schedules when compared to traditional slab construction systems. While the interior of this warehouse is innovative, the exterior boasts some aesthetically pleasing features: The façade entrances are highlighted by IDI’s branded corporate blue graduated color scheme, the end caps of the building are accentuated with two aluminum panel canopies, and an unique reveal design pattern on the faux second level mimics the storefront windows below. This project is setting new standards for Houston tilt wall construction and will be used as a benchmark for many more to come.

Angler Makes Fast 100 for Third Time

Out of 100 private companies in Houston, Angler Construction has placed #31 on Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 list! We are filled with so much gratitude and pride to be among so many incredible companies for the third time! Moving forward, we strive for steady growth and are excited to see what this next year brings.

Angler Construction Breaks Ground on Conn’s HomePlus new Distribution Center, a development by Liberty Property Trust and Newmark Knight Frank

 

 

 

 

656,658 square foot LEED® distribution center to benefit customers, community and partners with inclusion of clearance center and guest pick-up

Houston, TX – August 15, 2018 – Conn’s, Inc. (NASDAQ: CONN), the Houston-based specialty retailer of furniture, mattresses, home appliances and consumer electronics, officially broke ground on the future home of the brand’s new Houston Distribution Center. Working in collaboration with local developer, Liberty Property Trust, and brokerage firm, Newmark Knight Frank, the Conn’s HomePlus state-of-the-art 656,658 square-foot, LEED® certified distribution center is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2019.

Currently operating in 14 states, including 19 Houston area locations, and with plans for future expansion, Norm Miller, CEO of Conn’s HomePlus commented on the project, “As we look to the future, we are committed to growing the Conn’s HomePlus business, while always prioritizing and improving the customer experience. The new distribution center is an important step in continuing the evolution and expansion of our company – as it opens its doors, it will also open more opportunities for our brand to positively impact the customers and communities we serve.”

In support of Conn’s HomePlus growth and development strategy, the opening of the new distribution center will establish a more advanced infrastructure, propelling the company to new heights with the ability to serve a greater number of stores. Increasing the support bandwidth from 20 to 45 stores, the new center creates a footprint for future development and functionality.

From an immediate perspective, the construction project will also create jobs during the ground up build, further contributing to taxes allocated for school funding and other efforts.

Employing more than 660 people in the Houston area, and close to 3,000 in the state of Texas, Conn’s HomePlus places great importance on supporting the Houston and Texas economy. “It is humbling to have the opportunity to give back to our community, filled with loyal customers and steadfast store staff. This new distribution center provides a platform for continued growth and local engagement,” added Miller.

“The Houston Industrial market continues to evolve with more large distribution centers and ecommerce fulfillment centers coming to market, and we have been well positioned to benefit from this trend. This is the second build to suit project we’ve launched in the last few weeks,” said Hans Brindley, vice president and market leader for Liberty in Houston. “In this case it was a combination of preparedness and opportunity: we were ‘shovel ready’ on the site and had plans for a building when Conn’s HomePlus came to us. Everything has lined up well and we are thrilled to be in a position to meet their development and timing goals.”

Located at 1401 Rankin Drive in North Houston, the building is situated on just over 36 acres and offers easy access from the Hardy Toll Road. It will serve as a warehouse, distribution center, clearance and customer pick-up center. When complete, the state-of-the-art distribution facility will be 500 feet deep with 36-foot clear height. Ensuring maximum efficiency, it will include 65-foot speed bays and 140 dock doors, a queuing lane for ease of truck loading and parking.

Angler Construction Sponsors Harvey Relief Fundraiser

Angler Construction was honored to serve as an underwriter for Bayou City Angler’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fundraiser Sept. 24th. The support was overwhelming as we were able to raise over $30,000 to distribute to those affected by Harvey in the Rockport, Port Aransas, and Aransas Pass areas.  Such a good day and a great cause!

Angler Makes Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 List

 

 

Angler Construction has been named a finalist for Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 List, which recognizes Houston-based, privately held companies that have demonstrated significant revenue growth in the past two years. We are honored to have been named to this list and excited to find out our ranking at the award ceremony on September 15.