About the Project

The Boy Scouts of America provides youth from 6 to 18 opportunities to develop the life skills that foster strong and healthy futures. The Sam Houston Area Council is the largest in the world, and the 56,000-square-foot headquarters provides the facilities to train and deploy more than 11,000 adult leaders each year. The building has a beautiful stone and plaster exterior with a metal roof that resembles a “rustic lodge”. An icon on Houston’s perimeter freeway system, the Cockrell Center provides a strong base for the Boy Scouts of America as they continue to serve the Southeast Texas communities.

The Numbers

  • 67,000

    Sq Ft
  • 2

    Floors
  • 15 months

    Duration

The Details

Type: New Construction
Components: Conference Center, Office Building, Retail
Method: Construction Manager at Risk
Sector(s): Community
Client: The Boy Scouts of America

Technology Fact

One of the greatest impacts of technology on our business is the ability to better communicate and collaborate which we believe is THE KEY to project success. From preconstruction through warranty, we provide an array of tools that keep all project stakeholders informed and connected.

Partners

  • Architect: PGAL
  • MEP Engineer: Burns DeLatte & McCoy Inc.
  • Structural Engineer: Walter P. Moore

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