Don't Sweat It

Commercial development and construction is hard, but don’t sweat it. From concept to delivery and all of the logistics that comes with it, you need a contractor that “gets it” and makes the process better; a contractor that loves it and thrives on the desire to make the customer happy. This attitude defines Arch-Con.

 

We are a corporation based on the design-build philosophy. What is that? Arch-Con believes architecture and construction is symbiotic, hence our name integrating architecture and construction. We have a deep respect for designers and the design process and have a passion for it. Well-designed buildings should be well-built buildings. It is that simple. Therefore, we promote an atmosphere of teamwork with the entire design and development team, keep the big picture in front of us and manage the delightful and difficult details throughout the entire project. Arch-Con is a licensed general contractor in Texas, Colorado, California, Louisiana and Arizona. Let us build your dream.

 

 

Simplifying the building process since 2000

  • 2000 Arch-Con was established by Chief Executive Officer Michael G. Scheurich in small office building near Rice University with a design-build business model and an in-house architect.
  • 2000 Arch-Con’s first job | A driveway entrance for Continental Manufacturing in Houston.
  • 2001 First hotel project | Best Value Inn
  • 2002 First retail project | The Fountains at Westchase
  • 2003 First tilt-wall building | EZ Tag facility
  • 2004 First office building | SIS Corp
  • 2005 Showing growth with Arch-Con’s debut in the Aggie 100 as #5 | Arch-Con completes first major hotel brand Hampton Inn in Bellaire.
  • 2006 Changed business model to a management and operations model | Arch-Con completes first community project Watercolor Art Society.
  • 2009 Develops, builds and moves Arch-Con into its headquarters on West Gray near River Oaks in Houston.
  • 2010 In the midst of the Great Recession, Arch-Con restructures the company with distinct business units in respective markets.
  • 2011 Recession ends for Arch-Con with commencement of two industrial projects in Houston.
  • 2012 Industrial sees major uptick in projects across Houston with healthy markets. Arch-Con breaks ground on first Medical Office Building.
  • 2013 Arch-Con builds their first Whole Foods Market at Vintage Marketplace.
  • 2014 The company exceeds $100 million in revenue. Arch-Con awarded first high rise hotel | Embassy Suites at Hughes Landing in The Woodlands, the largest project to-date.
  • 2015 Arch-Con opens a Dallas office in Preston Center.
  • 2016 Arch-Con breaks ground on its first Dallas project | Park 20 Distribution Center. The company exceeds $200 million in revenue.
  • 2017 With more than 100 employees, Jason M. Cooper assumes the role as president. Arch-Con breaks ground on Buffalo Heights mixed-use, largest project to-date.
  • 2018 Arch-Con begins operations in Los Angeles, California.
  • 2019 The company exceeds $500 million in revenue. Arch-Con breaks ground on GID's Regent Square, largest project to-date.
  • 2020 Arch-Con celebrates its 20th anniversary, opens office in Austin, begins operations in Colorado, Arizona and Oklahoma and breaks ground on new headquarters in Houston.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • RED News General Contractor of the Year 2020
  • Preservation Houston Good Brick Awards Reve at Montrose, AC Hotel by Marriott Downtown Houston
  • ENR Top 400 Contractors 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016
  • Tilt-Up Concrete Association Best Tilt-Up Safety General Contractor less than 250K work hours 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016
  • Inc. 5000 - America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015
  • Entrepreneur Magazine – Hot 500
  • Small Business Administration Entrepreneurial Success Award
  • AGC Safety Director of the Year 2018
  • Association of General Contractors APEX Award Aloft Houston Downtown
  • Tilt-Up Concrete Association | Tilt Up Achievement Award Southlink Logistics Center
  • Tilt-Up Concrete Association | Tilt Up Achievement Award River Pointe Church Children’s Building
  • Houston Business Journal Largest Houston-Area Commercial Contractors 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014
  • Houston Business Journal Best Places to Work 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016
  • Houston Business Journal Fast 100 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014
  • Houston Business Journal - Most Admired CEO 2018
  • Houston Business Journal - CFO of the Year Award 2017, 2014, 2013
  • DCEO Commercial Real Estate Awards I-20 Commerce
  • Aggie 100 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
  • HBJ Landmark Award
  • HBJ Small Business 100
  • HBJ Houston-Area Green Commercial Contractors