1150 E. Kennedale Parkway
Speed Fab-Crete Corp. connects the future now.
The company prides itself on being one of the nation’s true design-build general contractors and is celebrating six decades in business. It specialize in a structurally load-bearing, precast, high-strength concrete wall panel building system.
Speed Fab-Crete’s range of building includes schools, government facilities, auto dealerships, churches and many other specialty facilities. It also recently made news by perfecting the design, manufacture and installation of three-sided concrete arch bridge systems approved by the Texas Department of Transportation. They are clear span, environmentally friendly, economical, durable and virtually maintenance-free, according to Speed Fab-Crete officials.
“Our business continues to grow in several areas, and much of our work is from repeat customers and referrals from them,” said Randy Landers, director of business development. “We continually seek out and nurture new customer relationships, and our subcontractor/precast concrete business continues a steady growth pattern.
“This growth is largely attributable to the added storm shelter product lines. The benefits from our design-build processes continually allow us to bring added value to our projects and for our clients,” he said.
Current projects include:
• A 50,000-square-foot dealership for Mark Allen Chevrolet in Tulsa, Oklahoma;
• A fire station for Bastrop County;
• Three fire stations for the City of Abilene;
• A baseball and softball complex for the Era Independent School District;
• A 5,500-square-foot animal shelter and adoption center for the City of Forney;
• A 22,000-square-foot city hall and government complex for Keene;
• Multiple projects for Autobahn Motorcar Group;
• A two-story, 28,000-square-foot expansion for Trinity Basin Preparatory in Fort Worth.
In the past year the company has completed a 60,000-square-foot Roger Williams Auto Dealership in Weatherford, which includes one of the arch bridges, a Collision Center for Classic Chevrolet in Grapevine, 12,000-square-foot fire station for Forney, an 8,500-square-foot field house for Keene ISD, and several storm shelter projects for Lancaster ISD and Broken Arrow Public Schools in Oklahoma.
“This recognition of our company by the Fort Worth Business Press is an honor and testament to the 150 team members at Speed Fab-Crete,” said David Bloxom, CEO. “The individual long-term commitment and dedication to excellence for our projects and customers is a significant part of that honor.
“We are blessed with quality customers, both new and repeat, who have honored us with this trust and business.”