Recently Completed Project: Fort Worth North Service Center, Fort Worth, TX

The two phase Fort Worth North Service Center project consists of civil and utilities infrastructure work, Citizens Drop- Off Station, Code Department offices, Stormwater offices, Service Center and materials storage building, fueling station, and materials laydown areas. The Service Center includes a fueling system for all City vehicles, car wash bays, vehicle maintenance bays for both cars and large trucks, and houses the shops for all of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing needs for the City’s buildings. The vehicle maintenance facilities required special considerations for liquid containment, paint storage as well as paint booths that require specialty ventilation.

The fueling system components include underground storage tanks, automatic tank gauges, fleet pumps and fueling controls and required heavy fire protection systems and environmental protections to be put in place regarding the underground storage of fuel.

The facility includes the following components:

  • Truck Wash-Out
  • Laydown Area
  • Covered Storage
  • Weigh Station
  • Wash Equipment
  • Fuel Station
  • Generator / Transformer
  • Controlled Access
  • Heavy Vehicles
  • Light Vehicles
  • Administrative Building
  • Parking

Owner: City of Fort Worth

Architect: Quorum Architects




Recently Completed Project: Oak Meadows Marketplace, Georgetown, TX

Located on the SW Corner of Jim Hogg Road and Williams Drive, Oak Meadows Marketplace is a grocery-anchored complex, encompassing 77,050 square feet of retail and restaurant space. Randalls Food and Drug will be the anchoring grocery tenant with 57,655 square feet of space. 

A variety of stores have already signed leases for the retail spaces including: Renken Dentistry, Organic Nails & Spa, Great Clips for Hair, and Natural Pawz. 

Owner: Cypress Equities

Architect: Heights Venture Architects

Recently Completed Project: Waxahachie Nissan

Located off Bypass 287 and Patrick Road in Waxahachie, TX the Waxahachie Nissan dealership is a 30,852 SF new, ground up Nissan dealership for the area.

The project includes a new showroom, service center and car wash area. Finishes throughout the building include raynobond aluminum composite panels used on the façade of the sales building to provide a metallic appearance and a ribbed metal panel system was utilized on the service building. Glass finishes are consistent throughout the dealership. 

Owner: RML Automotive Holdings

Architect: Black, Corley, Owens + Hughes


Recently Completed Project: Market Street, Frisco, TX

Ridgemont recently finished work on the 62,000 SF Market Street grocery store in Frisco, TX. The store which recently opened on the corner of Legacy Drive and Lebanon Road in Frisco features a beautiful interior finish out.

Some of the highlights inside the store are a beer and wine bar in the center of the store branded on the outside of the building as Taphouse 16 is also staffed for barista coffee service and smoothies. The area has seating for 94 people and customers can leave the area with their wine glass to shop. 

The new Frisco store has made-to-order Asian rice bowls and pho, a prepared food section, fresh meat and seafood counters and its curbside online grocery shopping service, which launched last year under the brand Streetside. Be sure go to check out this beautiful new store!

Owner: United Supermarkets 

Architect: Raymond Harris & Associates

Recently Completed Project: Boardwalk Ferrari Remodel, Plano, TX

Ridgemont originally built the Boardwalk Ferrari Maserati Dealership and was recently brought back in for a remodel. 

The extensive remodel encompasses the new company branding, interior design elements, 30,000 sf parking, outdoor display, additional 2 bay service drop off. The high-end finishes include custom built in display fixtures from Italy, two custom Barrisol light wall graphics which are the largest ever installed in a Ferrari dealership, large format Italian porcelain stoneware tile, full glass offices, complete light fixture and controls overhaul with Italian iGuzzini light fixtures. 

Owner: Ferrari of Dallas

Architect: Gensler Architects