Hence Distel has been hired as senior project manager at KBGE, a civil engineering, surveying and land-development consulting company with offices in Texas and Oklahoma. Distel has more than 19 years of engineering experience. His primary focus is site development and subdivision-related projects. Favorite thing about Austin: all of the fun activities to do outdoors with my family I can't get enough of: spending time with my family If I could have one super power: the ability to fly When I am not working at KBGE: I'm spending time with family View the original post here.
Seth Bonner has been hired as project manager at KBGE, a civil engineering, surveying and land-development consulting company with offices in Texas and Oklahoma. Bonner has 14 years of engineering experience and was previously project manager with Hanrahan Pritchard Engineering. Favorite thing about Austin: the gorgeous landscape and all the activities this city has to offer. I can't get enough of: good people, good food and good times. If I could have one super power: mind control (waves hand across reviewer's face), "you will approve this project." When I am not working at KBGE: I'm spending time with friends and family. Or travelling. View the original post here.
Cielo moves ahead with innovative East Austin project with City Council's approval April 1, 2016 – Jan Buchholz, Austin Business Journal Cielo Property Group plans to break ground within the next three months on an office and residential condominium project at 310 Comal St. in Central East Austin. Dubbed "The Foundry," the mixed-use development is full speed ahead now that Austin City Council unanimously approved a complicated affordable housing plan that Cielo proposed in partnership with Austin Habitat for Humanity. Cielo originally purchased the Comal property from Habitat in fall 2014. It previously housed the nonprofit's ReStore retail outlet, and Cielo partnersBobby Dillard and Rob Gandy intended to retrofit the project into creative office space. Habitat, meanwhile, purchased an old Chuck E. Cheese's building in South Austin on West Ben White Boulevard, which provided much more space for both the ReStore and its headquarters. Cielo, like many other developers, was eager to snag [...]