The expansion will strengthen an Austin hub that is already among Amazon ’s largest locations in the United States and Canada. The company said new hires here will be focused in the software and hardware engineering, research science and cloud computing divisions.
Greg Abbott said that with Amazon's expansion in Austin, “Texas will continue to chart a path toward greater economic prosperity.” Amazon ’s Austin's growth is part of an effort set in motion years ago and not related to the company’s recent pullout of a planned headquarters site in New York, Deeper said.
Amazon will not receive any financial incentives from the state or from local governments to open the new facility, according to the Greater Austin of Chamber of Commerce. As one of the world’s largest companies, with a market value approaching $900 billion, Amazon's tentacles reach throughout Central Texas.
Besides its presence at the Domain, at the six Whole Foods stores here and the warehouse in San Marcos, Austin is home to one of Amazon ’s bookstores and has been a site for new delivery and shopping projects by the company. In January 2018, Amazon named Austin as one of 20 finalists for its $5 billion-second headquarters project, which the company had announced in September 2017, spurring a more than yearlong public search.
Amazon eventually chose to split the development between New York’s Long Island City and Arlington, Va., which offered the company billions in combined incentives. Amazon decided to kill its plans for New York after backlash over the incentives offered by the city and state.
Swansea kicked off its 754K SF Downtown tower amid millions of square feet of vacancy in Houston's central business district. But Swansea has a major tenant in place, inking a deal with Bank of America to vacate its namesake building to anchor Capitol Tower.
Big Rivers Watermark and Gator Bayou Adventure Park is officially underway along I-69 north of New Canal. Once complete late this year, the 22-story InterContinental Houston Medical Center will feature 353 guest rooms with 8K SF of meeting space alongside Grey star's apartment development named Latitude Med Center.
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston's $450M expansion broke ground last year. The 165K SF Nancy and Rich Kinder building will house 54K SF of gallery space, a 200-seat theater, a restaurant with views of the museum's sculpture garden and an underground parking garage.
Brick is going up at Mill Creek Residential's Washington Corridor multifamily project, Modern Shepherd. Houston Rockets' owner Tillman Fertile is behind The Post Oak, the Galleria area's latest ultra Luke development.
Just east of 610 in Uptown, Arabella, a 33-story, 100-unit condo tower, is going up on the site of the former West creek apartment complex. The luxurious condo tower is borrowing from Miami's playbook by offering 10 terrace-top pools with some of the best views in the city.
Ten out of the 14 penthouse condos within Arabella have been sold already, the Houston Business Journal reports. Dado's rapid conversion from a post-industrial neighborhood to a thriving arts and entertainment district is continuing at Anchorman's latest redevelopment project, East Village.
The project is already home to Our/Houston vodka distillery, Chapman & Kirby, a hybrid nightclub and restaurant, and Seaside Poke. Agricola Hospitality is working on opening three separate concepts in more than 10K SF of converted warehouse space.
The future of the Texas Medical Center is tied to The Baylor College of Medicine and CHI St. Luke's Health's $1.1B McNeal campus. While JE Dunn is building out the interior of Tower 1, Ellipse Hunt, a joint venture between Ellipse and Hunt Construction Group, has started construction on the second tower.
Once completed, the McNeal campus will occupy 1.2M SF with 650 hospital beds across two towers. On the doorstep of the 1,400-acre master planned community Valley Ranch sits Valley Ranch Town Center, a sprawling 240-acre mixed-use project with over 1M SF of retail and entertainment space.
Academy Sports was the inaugural store, but soon major tenants like Kroger, Hobby Lobby and Sam's Club followed. The project's developer, The Signore Co., expects roughly 85 stores and six multifamily communities when all phases of construction are complete.
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Rotary lasers have a greater range than line generators and are more ideal for larger and exterior work sites. Depending on the model some will project different patterns including cross-hair, single lines, and even combination of both.
They produce a single dot towards the front of the laser and usually include brackets and hardware to clamp onto pipe or manholes for alignment purposes. Machine Control Laser Detectors are mounted to heavy equipment such a skid-steers, track hoes, or bulldozers.
They are the same as a regular laser detector only much larger, so they the laser beam is easier to detect during the movement of heavy equipment, and they usually have a magnetic or clamp mount system for mounting to your blade, backhoe, or skid-steer. Machine Control Systems are used to monitor the elevation of various point on heavy equipment from the cab.
Mostly used with rotary laser levels for job site use or in big open work areas. Construction lasers can be used in a variety of jobs that require layout work and where an accurate level reference is needed.
A construction laser can also be used to hang pictures across a living room wall or to install a sewer pipe. Construction laser levels use a focused beam of light that has been amplified from a solid-state device (called a diode).
Construction lasers can give you a point of line that you can use as a level or square reference for most job sites, and they’re usually accurate up to 250 feet. A self-leveling construction laser will automatically find and maintain a level point within a specific range, and some models even have a bubble vial so you can make rough adjustments before the device takes over.
Rotary laser levels shoot a 360-degree horizontal or vertical beam around a room, which can be used for indoor applications.