TriArc Construction attended the 2018 Preservation Achievement Awards Ceremony and is proud to have been awarded two metals, one for The Statler Historic Preservation Project and The Old Library Historic Preservation Project for The Dallas Morning News Offices. Representatives pictured are Ron Flurry, Joey Dyer, Dave Barnette, Shanea Grisby, Shane Deville, Jennifer Hooker, Tom Washer and Brandon Valeton.
TriArc Construction was recognized Saturday Evening for their community service project they will be completing in the upcoming months for Poetic, a non-profit organization founded in 2017. Poetic provides assistance with trauma therapy for young women and their families. The City of Dallas has provided them with approximately 1,000sf in the heart of Downtown Dallas, a place to bring passion and hope back into their lives. For more information and how to help you may review at www.iampoetic.org.
Topping Out's mission is to celebrate outstanding built environments, while raising money for educational opportunities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area which foster the development of our future leaders. At their 14th Annual Topping Out Event & Awards Program, it was announced that The Statler won the 2017 A/E/C Favorite Award as well as Top Ten Winners! TriArc Construction is proud to be a part of this monumental project.
The original Statler Hilton Hotel was completed in 1956 with a $16 million price tag, complete with 1,000 guest rooms. Now, the downtown building is wrapping a $225 million redevelopment that, upon completion, will feature 219 residences, 159 hotel rooms, as well as retail and dining space. The Dallas Morning News has also signed on to move in.
Attendees at Preservation Dallas' Preservation Achievement Awards were able to sneak a peek at the historic downtown building.