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More than three decades

image L to R: Jim Stevenson, McCarthy Houston Division President; Ray Sedey, McCarthy Texas Regional President; Scott Wittkop, McCarthy Corporate President and COO

DALLAS/FORT WORTH - McCarthy Building Companies Inc. is not only busy building in Texas, the company is also celebrating 35 years in the state.

    “After 35 years of building in Texas, it is amazing to see all that we have accomplished. McCarthy has risen to the top of the market because we tackle the most challenging projects, such as Dallas’ world-renowned, award-winning AT&T Performing Arts Cente, Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre and Klyde Warren Park,” said Ray Sedey, McCarthy Texas region presi-dent. “Focused on bringing exceptional value to every project, McCarthy has continued to diversify its project base, adapting and growing within the industry to ensure we are building the highest quality projects for our clients.”    
McCarthy is currently building the new Southwest Airlines’ new training and of-fice facility near Love Field, the Texas Children’s Hospital in Plano and DFW Inter-national Airport’s Terminal E Enhanced
Parking Structure.
    “McCarthy’s willingness to tackle the most complex projects, industry-leading construction techniques and overall commitment to doing what’s right are the foundational elements of what drives all of McCarthy’s divisions across the nation, including Texas.”
    An employee-owned company, McCarthy performs general contractor, construction management and design/build services for the following project types: healthcare, laboratory, biotech-nology, bridges and highways, parking structures, entertainment, educational, office buildings, water/wastewater, avia-tion, federal, port/marine, microelec-tronic, solar, industrial facilities, tenant interiors and mixed-use project con-struction
    “McCarthy’s 35-year legacy in Texas is defined by long-standing client rela-tionships and a focus on the client experience, while recruiting and retaining top talent,” Sedey says. “We have made major strides in growing our business, focusing on both heavy civil and commercial projects, and we are pre-pared to take on the next 35 years and beyond. –bd


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