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Faulkner USA

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Faulkner USA was founded in 1962 in Austin, Texas as a full-service construction company.[1] Since then, Faulkner USA has achieved nationwide recognition for work in the hospitality, residential, corrections, commercial, military, health care and public fields.

Profile[edit]

Faulkner USA has developed a diverse portfolio of public and private construction projects over its 40+ year history. Merging in 2002 with Landmark Organization LP, Faulkner USA became Austin’s largest construction company and a national powerhouse with annual revenues totaling over $300 million that year.[2] Mark Schultz currently serves as President and Chairman for Faulkner USA.[3]

Projects[edit]

Faulkner USA has been a part of several high-end projects in Texas and nationwide. The Grand Hyatt in San Antonio was one such undertaking,[4] completed in March 2008 by the company. The Grand Hyatt receives thousands of guests, conventions and other attractions annually. In the arena of correctional construction, Faulkner USA was awarded $65.6M to expand the Travis County Correctional Complex.[5] They were awarded this project in part due to other award winning projects they’d successfully completed in Williamson County, Texas as well as Moshannon Valley, PA.

References[edit]

  1. http://www.faulknerusa.com/home.html Archived 2010-01-28 at the Wayback Machine 2007 Faulkner USA Inc. All Rights Reserved
  2. Faulkner, Landmark merge - Austin Business Journal
  3. FaulknerUSA, Inc. | Company Profile from Hoover’s
  4. San Antonio Convention Center :: Home
  5. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-10. Retrieved 2010-01-18. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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