Weitzman’s headquarters building, 3102 Maple Avenue, was recently honored with the Distinguished Building Award from TEXO, The Construction Association. The TEXO Distinguished Building Awards, recognized as one of the most prestigious awards in the nation, were presented during a gala event at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The awards recognize the skill, commitment, and passion that TEXO Members have for construction. Weitzman and its general contractor, MAPP, won the award for the complete redevelopment of the building’s interior, which created a new look with modern, clean-line architecture using an abundance of glass, light-toned millwork and large-format porcelain tiles.
The Weitzman headquarters lobby offers the most stunning interpretation of the architectural themes, with a new grand staircase clad in quartz and glass.
Weitzman’s Director of D-FW Construction, Chas Fisher, and Construction Coordinator, Michelle Cleveland, attended the ceremony to accept the award.
Directing the vision and implementation of the new space was a team that, in addition to Fisher and Cleveland, includes Chief Operating Officer Weldon Simons, Executive Chairman Herb Weitzman, Executive Vice President Michelle Caplan, President and Chief Executive Officer Marshall Mills, and Vice President of Operations Michael Meyers.