For Immediate Release: Construction to begin on $115 million Fort Worth tower by end of 2015

The Fort Worth skyline will have a new 25-story addition in as little as 2 years. Originally planned at 26-stories, the new tower will be home to Fort Worth based Jetta Operating Co, a privately held energy firm. In addition to Jetta and one other anchor office tenant, yet to be announced, the building will house approximately 7,000 square feet of retail space, six to eight private condominiums, a skyline restaurant, and numerous event spaces for private parties. For the full story, click here.

Fort Worth tower

A night view of a new office tower to be built by Jetta Operating in downtown Fort Worth. Revised plans reduced the building from 26 stories to 25 stories. Courtesy of Bennett Benner Partners.

Anthracite Realty Partners purchased the property from the Fort Worth Club in 2014.  Covering three-quarters of a block between Taylor and Lamar streets, the building will be designed by Bennett Benner Partners with the general contractor being Balfour Beatty Construction.  Once completed, the tower will be the seventh-tallest in Fort Worth.

Subcontractors interested in bidding on this project are encouraged to consider utilizing cloud-based project management software as a tool to track field activities via iPads, phones or other tablets. Streamlining communication between the field and office through the use of mobile devices and cloud-based project management has proven to increase efficiencies and optimize profits on large construction projects. For more information, click here.