By: Tom Radz | 05/17/22 |

Multi-Building Development in Haltom City, Texas, Complete

Dallas (August 19, 2021) – LGE Design Build, a full-service commercial general contractor with an in-house architecture firm, recently completed construction on 820 Exchange in Haltom City, Texas. 

820 Exchange is a four-building development that is made up of nearly 1 million square feet of industrial distribution space and features clean-cut modern design, state-of-the-art industrial amenities and first-rate access to key transportation routes. 

Aerial footage of 820 Exchange.

This best-in-class, multi-building development has top-of-the-line industrial amenities. It has best-of-market clear height and loading area dimensions, complete with contemporary finishes. The office entrances on each building are clad in a Texas limestone, adding a raw aesthetic to the structure. The limestone bricks used in the construction were sourced from local quarries.

Watch 820 Exchange being tilted.

“I am proud of our construction team for completing this massive project on time, in spite of many challenges,” said Grant Blunt, Vice President of Construction for LGE Design Build. “Not only did we complete this project during the COVID-19 pandemic, but we also had to endure the Texas power crisis and corresponding freeze in February and develop creative solutions to stay on track after numerous rain delays. We would not have been able to shift and adapt to these challenges without the collaboration we saw from our construction teams, subcontractors and the City of Haltom.”

Located between Beach St. and Haltom Road, just south of Interstate 820, the business park has near immediate highway accessibility and is only four miles north of Fort Worth’s bustling downtown. Haltom City has been named as one of the fastest growing and fourth largest metro areas in the U.S. 

LGE Design Build served as the general contractor on this project. LGE Design Group was the architect.