Projects

Lubbock VA Outpatient Clinic

V-tech is proud to be a subcontractor for sediment and erosion controls for the new Lubbock VA Outpatient Clinic. The clinic is being built by Jacobsen Construction Company, Inc. The two-story clinic will put particular emphasis on treating traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder. Approximately 30,000 square feet will be dedicated toward mental and behavioral health, and the rest for general medical needs.

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Engie Long Draw Solar, LLC

Engie Long Draw Solar, LLC has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement with New Braunfels Utilities (NBU) for 100 MWac from the 255 MW Long Draw Solar facility located in Borden County, Texas. NBU said they signed the 100 MW deal at a price below 2.5¢/kWh. V-tech’s Construction Services Division was selected to provide sediment and erosion control services for the project.

Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum Demolition

V-tech was selected as a subcontractor by Teinert Construction for the demolition of the Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum. At $3.5 million, the total project included demolition of the two facilities, plaza areas, nearby sidewalks and pavement, and the removal of utilities. 

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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.

Pak-A-Sak

One of V-tech’s latest sediment and erosion controls projects is Pak-A-Sak. Pak-A-Sak plans a 7,438 square-foot convenience store at 606 North Frankford Avenue (close to North Frankford and Erskine Street). The convenience store will also feature a car wash.

Cotton Court Hotel

A $12 million building permit for the Cotton Court Hotel at 1610 Broadway, just west of the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Lubbock, was approved by the City of Lubbock in November 2018. The 117,259 square-foot, 169 rooms hotel will break ground in early 2019 with goals to open in the first half of 2020. V-tech will provide the sediment and erosion controls for this project.

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. 

Lubbock Logistics Center Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

V-tech Environmental Services conducted a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) All-Appropriate Inquiry for Bandera Ventures prior to the construction of the Lubbock Logistics Center, a hi-tech speculative distribution building with 161,555 square feet of space in the Lubbock Business Park at the corner of Lubbock Boulevard and Nutmeg Avenue. The purpose of the ESA was to identify existing or potential recognized environmental conditions or historical recognized environmental conditions affecting the properties. 

Continental Dairy Facilities Southwest, LLC

V-tech had the privilege of providing the sediment and erosion controls as well as seeding and soil reclamation for the new Continental Dairy Facilities Southwest, LLC in Littlefield, Texas. Construction commenced in the summer of 2016 and was completed in the spring of 2019. The plant processes over 4,000,000 pounds of milk per day, producing dry milk powders, condensed milk, cream and butter to Gold Star Quality Standards. 

Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion

Another V-tech 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.

Lubbock VA Outpatient Clinic

V-tech is proud to be a subcontractor for sediment and erosion controls for the new Lubbock VA Outpatient Clinic. The clinic is being built by Jacobsen Construction Company, Inc. The two-story clinic will put particular emphasis on treating traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder. Approximately 30,000 square feet will be dedicated toward mental and behavioral health, and the rest for general medical needs.

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Engie Long Draw Solar, LLC

Engie Long Draw Solar, LLC has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement with New Braunfels Utilities (NBU) for 100 MWac from the 255 MW Long Draw Solar facility located in Borden County, Texas. NBU said they signed the 100 MW deal at a price below 2.5¢/kWh. V-tech’s Construction Services Division was selected to provide sediment and erosion control services for the project.

Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum Demolition

V-tech was selected as a subcontractor by Teinert Construction for the demolition of the Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum. At $3.5 million, the total project included demolition of the two facilities, plaza areas, nearby sidewalks and pavement, and the removal of utilities. 

Read Article

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.

Cotton Court Hotel

A $12 million building permit for the Cotton Court Hotel at 1610 Broadway, just west of the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Lubbock, was approved by the City of Lubbock in November 2018. The 117,259 square-foot, 169 rooms hotel will break ground in early 2019 with goals to open in the first half of 2020. V-tech will provide the sediment and erosion controls for this project.

Pak-A-Sak

One of V-tech’s latest sediment and erosion controls projects is Pak-A-Sak. Pak-A-Sak plans a 7,438 square-foot convenience store at 606 North Frankford Avenue (close to North Frankford and Erskine Street). The convenience store will also feature a car wash.

Lubbock Logistics Center Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

V-tech Environmental Services conducted a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) All-Appropriate Inquiry for Bandera Ventures prior to the construction of the Lubbock Logistics Center, a hi-tech speculative distribution building with 161,555 square feet of space in the Lubbock Business Park at the corner of Lubbock Boulevard and Nutmeg Avenue. The purpose of the ESA was to identify existing or potential recognized environmental conditions or historical recognized environmental conditions affecting the properties. 

Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion Expansion

Another V-tech 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.

Continental Dairy Facilities Southwest, LLC

V-tech had the privilege of providing the sediment and erosion controls as well as seeding and soil reclamation for the new Continental Dairy Facilities Southwest, LLC in Littlefield, Texas. Construction commenced in the summer of 2016 and was completed in the spring of 2019. The plant processes over 4,000,000 pounds of milk per day, producing dry milk powders, condensed milk, cream and butter to Gold Star Quality Standards. 

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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