Engineering firm doubles workspace with new Lewisville office
McAdams Co., a North Carolina-based engineering and design firm, is almost doubling its Lewisville operation in an office move.
The company is taking 30,000 square feet of offices in The Realm at Castle Hills ― a high-rise office project located south of State Highway 121 near Josey Lane. McAdams has about 65 employees at another Lewisville address and in Roanoke.
“This move is another opportunity for us to showcase our collaborative and innovative culture,” Bobby Dollack, McAdams regional vice president, said in a statement. “We’re creating a space that not only inspires creativity, collaboration and growth among our entire team, but also propels us to a new level of success.”
The company plans to make the move in the fall. Architect Gensler is designing the new office.
The Realm at Castle Hills is a nine-story mixed-use project with office, retail space and adjoining apartments. The building was developed by Bright Realty.
“We’re thrilled that McAdams has selected The Realm as their new home,” Lucas Patterson, executive vice president of commercial operations at Bright Realty, said in a statement. “Our vision has always been to create a mixed-use environment that would allow businesses to grow and employees to thrive.”
Taylor Dickerson, Kimarie Ankenbrand, Read Wyse, James Esquivel, Ashley Curry and Lauren Halstedt with Jones Lang LaSalle negotiated the lease.
McAdams has had an office in Lewisville for more than 30 years. The engineering firm has worked on North Texas projects, including Furst Ranch in Flower Mound, the Anna and Weston lagoon communities and the River Walk at Central Park in Flower Mound.
McAdams has been in business since 1979 and has offices in North Carolina and Texas.
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