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Indoor park makes for fun project

image Inside view of Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park

AUSTIN - In 2011, Larry Puckett acquired Trimbuilt Construction Inc. with every intention to grow, excel, and build inspiration in the construction world. That goal was to fulfill the visions of his clients’ with exemplary performance and service in all aspects of the construction process. He wanted to place the utmost value on every project regardless of size.



    From Class A tenant interiors to full-scale ground-up projects, all are considered equally important to Trimbuilt. 
    Since 1984, Trimbuilt Construction has created, expanded and remodeled many of Austin’s most recognizable locations.  Paired with a high-caliber workforce, Trimbuilt is dedicated to providing the highest level of service and experience available today while delivering each project on time, every time. From pre-construction services, value engineering, MEP design and scheduling, Trimbuilt is structured to meet every project’s goal and exceed clients’ expectations. With an emphasis on “real time” collaboration, their team is proactive in meeting project deadlines while ensuring the highest level of quality for ongoing projects.
    Specializing in Class A office interior finish-out, Trimbuilt was the perfect fit for Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park in South Austin.
    Trimbuilt began the tenant finish- out of a 37,750sf indoor park inside a massive building in May 2018 and completed the project in October 2018 at the cost of $1,500,000.00.
    The project designed to provide fun for adults and kids features private party rooms, rock wall climbing, a trampoline area, dodgeball courts, obstacle and warrior courses, battle beams, laser tag, bowling and a café. 
    The main scope of work included electrical, mechanical, drywall, painting and plumbing.
    During construction – and with an already condensed schedule – Trimbuilt had a subcontractor fall back on his schedule. Project Manager Kenny Ames collaborated with a new subcontractor to get the metal framing quickly fabricated and installed for a timely project finish.
    As you can imagine, an indoor park has many moving parts, many of which came from all over the world, including China and Brazil.
    “The effective communication Ames and Project Superintendents Paul Hinton and John Needler maintained with owner, Ridge Southpark Partners I LLC and architect, Nove Studios, made this job a pleasure to build,” says Puckett. Great teamwork!
    Trimbuilt Construction is a general contractor specializing in tenant finish-out in Austin. -cmw

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