Buildings 7-8 Retail Stores

30,916 SF speculative retail buildings constructed in Mansfield, Texas, by Bob Moore Construction.

Buildings 7-8 Retail Stores

  • Photo of Buildings 7-8 Retail Stores from General Contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Photo of Buildings 7-8 Retail Stores from General Contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Photo of Buildings 7-8 Retail Stores from General Contractor Bob Moore Construction company

Project Summary

Constructed with CMU concrete blocks and finished in a stone veneer this 30,916 SF of speculative retail building space was constructed in Mansfield, Texas, by Bob Moore Construction.

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    • Retail
    • Concrete Construction
    • General Contractor
  • Owner / Developer: Kossman Development Company
    Architect: Kossman Development Company

Project Detail

Bob Moore Construction was the general contractor for Buildings 7 and 8 Retail Store Buildings in Mansfield, Texas, on behalf of Kossman Development Company.

These buildings are part of the Mansfield Town Center West Development. Buildings 7 & 8 were built to provide retail space for several stores that want to expand or relocate in this dynamic Fort Worth, Texas suburb. The buildings feature 30,916 SF of retail space. The shells were constructed with CMU concrete blocks.

 

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Other Retail Store Construction Projects in Mansfield Town Center West Retail Development, Mansfield Texas:

  • Best Buy Electronics and Entertainment Retail Store, Mansfield Texas - The new store is Best Buy's first in the city of Mansfield and the 65th store in the state of Texas. This 30,000 SF technology and entertainment products store was also the first in Dallas / Fort Worth, and only one of approximately 20 Best Buy stores worldwide, to feature color coded décor and a Personal Shopping Assistant kiosk.
  • Buildings 7-8, Mansfield Texas - These buildings feature 30,916 SF of retail space. The shells were constructed with CMU concrete blocks.
  • Building F, Mansfield Texas - Provides 10,932 SF of retail space; the shell was constructed with CMU concrete blocks and engineered light gauge metal studs. The building is finished in a stone veneer to match the other retail stores in Mansfield Town Center West. It includes a 56’ tower, with an intricate main entry façade that incorporates three different elevations into one building. The main entry is completely EIFS and Cultured Stone masonry.
  • Building H, Mansfield Texas - Features 22,100 SF of retail space; the shell was constructed with CMU concrete blocks. The building is finished in a stone veneer to match the other retail stores in Mansfield Town Center West.
  • Michaels Crafts and Hobby Supplies Store, Mansfield Texas - This new retail 22,000 SF location was constructed in 12" CMU blocks to match the style of the other stores in Mansfield Town Center West. It features a 1,639 SF mezzanine, and a material handling conveyor. Along with the retail space is a classroom for hobbyists to learn crafting techniques.
  • Petco Pet Foods, Supplies and Services Store, Mansfield Texas - The 15,500 SF PETCO retail store features a complete pet grooming area, a large bird habitat, aquarium and reptile centers and a pet adoption center.
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  • We're very happy with the work Bob Moore Construction did. The superintendents and everyone involved were very professional and the quality of workmanship is just outstanding. It was a big deal for us that Bob Moore Construction could get the theater done ahead of schedule, in time for the movie's release. We originally planned to open July 10 but the City of Mansfield wanted us to open by July 4. Then with the release of War of the Worlds, we wanted to move it up to June 29. It meant a lot to us and to the city and everyone else that we could do that.

    - Chris Cline, Project Manager, Cinemark USA

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