Austin, Texas, September 15, 2015
DPR Construction, one of the nation’s leading technical builders focused on highly complex and sustainable projects, today announced that it has been selected by Charles Schwab to build the company’s new corporate campus, located on a 50-acre site in Austin, Texas.
The new Charles Schwab Austin Campus will be built in two phases. The first phase consists of renovating the existing six-story 191,000-square-foot office building. Phase two of the project will involve an expansion to the existing garage by adding 1,140 parking stalls, building a new six-story 194,000-square-foot office building and a new three-story 80,000-square-foot amenity building including a full service cafeteria, meeting space, auditorium and training labs.
“As long-standing members of the Austin community, we’re passionate about this new campus for Charles Schwab and what it means for the city of Austin,” said Matt Hoglund, Regional Manager for DPR Construction in Texas. “At DPR, we’re committed to working collaboratively as a team to deliver quality facilities and building work environments that inspire optimal performance for our customers.”
Charles Schwab’s new campus will be located on the old IBM Tivoli Campus. Construction is expected to start in September 2015 and is being designed by Page.
About DPR Construction
DPR Construction is a forward-thinking national general contractor and construction manager specializing in technically complex and sustainable projects for the advanced technology/mission critical, life sciences, healthcare, higher education and corporate office markets. Founded in 1990, DPR is a privately held, employee-owned company that has grown to a multi-billion-dollar organization with offices around the country, making it one of the largest general contractors in the nation and a great story of entrepreneurial success. DPR is currently ranked by the Business Journal as the No. 2 contractor in Austin and has ranked on FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list for five consecutive years.