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Houston, TX Commercial Contractors
One of our nation’s fastest growing cities, Houston is bursting with energy and growth.
As a part of such a dynamic community, residents and business owners alike expect the very best from their Houston construction projects. With McCarthy, they get it. As true commercial contractors, we’re focused on improving the systems that support Houston and the surrounding communities—from hospitals and higher education to civil construction projects, water treatment plants, a bustling port system, and more.
With a strong focus on safety, a dedication to use of the latest technology, a passion for integrating sustainable building practices and a constant quest to be the “Best Builder in America,” we truly understand the value of producing high quality work consistently and without fail. From preconstruction through completion, our dedicated commercial contractors build certainty into everything they do: from budget to schedule, quality to safety and so much more.
Let’s talk about how we can put nearly 150 years of construction experience to work on your next project.
Featured Houston Projects
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
500,000-sf, design-build vertical and horizontal expansion and renovation composed of a 12-story addition above and 24-story elevator tower next to the existing continually operating 12-story hospital.
Port of Houston Bayport Terminal Container Yard
New container yard at the Port of Houston's Bayport Terminal facility. Approximately 43 acres of various types of concrete pavement and related appurtenances.
Remodel of Class 100 and 1000 cleanroom spaces, as well as gowning room, lab support space, conference area, and restrooms.
Houston Team Leaders
2011 Overall Best Project: Texas & Louisiana Region
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Albert B. and Margaret M. Alkek Hospital Expansion
2010 Safety Through Exemplary Performance (STEP) Gold Award
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center