Projects

Vintage Township

A community founded on New Urbanest thinking. Located in one of  Lubbock’s hottest growing areas. V-tech’s Construction Services Division has been active in assisting developers and home builders with sediment and erosion controls throughout the development.

Experimental Sciences Building

$77 Million Dollar Expansion @ TTU Campus in Lubbock. V-tech selected as a subcontractor by Flintco, LLC. The new building will provide multi-disciplinary research facilities to faculty researchers and their students in many diverse disciplines. Scheduled completion in January 2019.

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Demolition

V-tech completed a demolition project for the City of Littlefield as it torn down three buildings in the downtown area. 

Covenant Health

Covenant Health is in the demolition phase of its Medical Center’s West Tower in Lubbock. V-tech Environmental Services is providing the sediment and erosion controls for this project. The building demolition is part of the health system’s ongoing $450 million Keeping the Covenant capital campaign and master facilities plan to renovate all the Covenant Health hospital campuses in Lubbock, Levelland and Plainview.

AimBank Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

V-tech Environmental Services conducted Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) All-Appropriate Inquiry for AimBank prior to its purchase of two Platinum Banks, one in Lubbock and one in Levelland. The purpose of the ESAs were to identify existing or potential recognized environmental conditions or historical recognized environmental conditions affecting the properties.

Out of the Darkness Community Walk Sponsor

V-tech is proud to sponsor Lubbock’s American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Currently, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. The Out of the Darkness walk aims to raise money that goes directly towards finding better ways to prevent suicide, creating a culture that’s smart about mental health, and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. 

Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion

V-tech’s latest sediment and erosion controls project is the Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion. The two-story, 28,000-square-foot facility will continue to be a home for the loud and proud supporters of Texas Tech as well as a place to create lasting memories.  Additions include a 4,200-square-foot event area with upstairs terrace, north and south entrance vestibules, an expanded catering kitchen and maintenance area, an enhanced sound system and additional restrooms.

Vintage Township

A community founded on New Urbanest thinking. Located in one of  Lubbock’s hottest growing areas. V-tech’s Construction Services Division has been active in assisting developers and home builders with sediment and erosion controls throughout the development.

Experimental Sciences Building

$77 Million Dollar Expansion @ TTU Campus in Lubbock. V-tech selected as a subcontractor by Flintco, LLC. The new building will provide multi-disciplinary research facilities to faculty researchers and their students in many diverse disciplines. Scheduled completion in January 2019.

Read Article

Demolition

V-tech completed a demolition project for the City of Littlefield as it torn down three buildings in the downtown area. 

AimBank Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

V-tech Environmental Services conducted Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) All-Appropriate Inquiry for AimBank prior to its purchase of two Platinum Banks, one in Lubbock and one in Levelland. The purpose of the ESAs were to identify existing or potential recognized environmental conditions or historical recognized environmental conditions affecting the properties.

Covenant Health

Covenant Health is in the demolition phase of its Medical Center’s West Tower in Lubbock. V-tech Environmental Services is providing the sediment and erosion controls for this project. The building demolition is part of the health system’s ongoing $450 million Keeping the Covenant capital campaign and master facilities plan to renovate all the Covenant Health hospital campuses in Lubbock, Levelland and Plainview.

Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion

V-tech’s latest sediment and erosion controls project is the Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion. The two-story, 28,000-square-foot facility will continue to be a home for the loud and proud supporters of Texas Tech as well as a place to create lasting memories.  Additions include a 4,200-square-foot event area with upstairs terrace, north and south entrance vestibules, an expanded catering kitchen and maintenance area, an enhanced sound system and additional restrooms.

Out of the Darkness Community Walk Sponsor

V-tech is proud to sponsor Lubbock’s American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Currently, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. The Out of the Darkness walk aims to raise money that goes directly towards finding better ways to prevent suicide, creating a culture that’s smart about mental health, and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. 

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