April 27, 2011 - PRLog -- CF Jordan Construction, a leading Texas based commercial construction and construction management company was awarded the large, upscale Traxxas project in McKinney, Texas. The project is a large development in the Craig Ranch community.
Traxxas Corporation, a leading maker of remote-controlled toy hobby cars, is relocating their headquarters to the mixed-use community, Craig Ranch, in McKinney. The new headquarters relocation was awarded to CF Jordan Construction. They will be responsible for bringing the large headquarters to life in this flourishing community.
Darren Woody, CF Jordan President and CEO, stated, “We are thrilled to have been awarded this great upscale project. We understand the vision Traxxas has in the new corporate campus and we are excited to deliver. This is a large project and we know our dedicated team and experience will produce a top complex to compliment this thriving community.”
Features of the Traxxas project include 90,000 square feet of three-story office building, 80,000 square feet of two-story museum and auditorium, 75, 800 square feet of the Traxxas Distribution center and more. The Traxxas complex will be developed on nearly 16 acres of land and will be LEED Silver certified.
About CF Jordan Construction
CF Jordan Construction is a recognized leader in the construction industry. During its 40-year history, CF Jordan has completed over $5 billion in project value to include office buildings, hotels, resorts, medical facilities, industrial plants, warehouses, sports complexes, apartments, schools, military defense projects, airports, bridges, roads, utilities, and zoological facilities. CF Jordan’s corporate headquarters are located in El Paso, Texas. They have offices in El Paso, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. For more information visit their website at www.cfjordan.com.
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CF Jordan Construction is a recognized leader in the construction industry. During its 40-year history, CF Jordan has completed over $5 billion in project value to include residential, infrastructure, commercial, and government.