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INDUSTRIAL

Q UA L I FIC ATIO NS


ABOUT FLINTCO GROUND BREAKING SINCE 1908.

LOCATIONS

SERVICES OFFERED

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Albuquerque, NM Austin, TX Denver, CO Houston, TX Memphis, TN Oklahoma City, OK Springdale, AR Tulsa, OK

Preconstruction Services Construction Management Design-Build General Contracting Self-Perform

111 Years

in Business

15 Years in Austin

8 Offices

Across the U.S.


AUSTIN OFFICE 317 GRACE LANE, SUITE 150, AUSTIN, TX 78746

It was music to our ears in 2004 when we capitalized on a reputation for performance, quality and integrity established by a local team already in place that became known as Flintco-Austin. From the "Live Music Capital of the World" and capital of the Lone Star State, Flintco-Austin provides the best of both worlds to our clients: a local team with a history in providing superior construction services, backed by the nationwide resources of Flintco – one of the largest and most financially solid commercial contractors in the country.

70 Rainey Condo Tower

TFC Office Building

Seaholm Development


I ndus trial Exp erience Flintco industrial clients all have similar objectives – maximize production and operate efficiently to enhance the bottom line. Whether you’re constructing a processing facility, central plant, maintenance building, data/call center, warehouse, or manufacturing facility, Flintco can phase construction and program equipment installation to minimize disruption to your existing business. Our ability to provide constructive solutions that are tailored to your organization’s specific needs has been instrumental in our success in delivering these complex facilities.

CROOKED CREEK W&W TREATMENT FACILITY UPGRADE

GBRA WESTERN CANYON REGION WATER TREATMENT PLANT

UOSA HOSPITAL CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT

UT-AUSTIN, WHITIS PHASE 1 SANITARY SEWER REHAB

AUSTIN ENERGY DISTRICT COOLING PLANT #3

AUSTIN ENERGY, DOMAIN COOLING TOWER ADDITION

OSU CENTRAL PLANT

UT-AUSTIN, THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE FACILITY

USS BATTLESHIP TEXAS (ELECTRICAL UPGRADES)

UT-AUSTIN, CHILLING STATION 7

UT-AUSTIN, SID RICHARDSON HALL HVAC RENOVATIONS

DOLESE BROS. NORTH BROADWAY CONCRETE PLANT


District Cooling Plant #3 AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 45,0 0 0 , 0 0 0 1 0,0 0 0 T O N

Owner

Project Highlights

Austin Energy

10,000 Ton DCP

MEP Engineer

Chillers

Energy Engineering Associates

Cooling Tower Cells Pumps


Cooling Plant Domain Cooling Tower Improvements AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 1 1, 733, 0 0 0 47, 0 0 0 S F

Owners

Project Highlights

Austin Energy

5-Cell 15,000 Ton Fiberglass Cooling Tower

A/E Jacobs

Associated Condenser Water Piping Pumps, Filtration, Controls, and Electrical Demolition Verification Testing


Central Chilling Station #7 AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 80,0 0 0 , 0 0 0 50 , 0 0 0 S F

Owner

Project Highlights

University of Texas at Austin

15,000-ton central chilling station

A/E

10,000-square-foot, 36,000 ton-hr thermal energy storage (TES) system

Burns & McDonnell

10,000-square-foot cooling tower


Thermal Energy Storage Facility Site AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 7,90 0 , 0 0 0 1 1 ,70 0 S F

Owners

Project Highlights

University of Texas System

4.2-million-gallon steel thermal energy storage tank

MEP Engineer Affiliated Engineers, Inc.

energy efficiency initiative 2,700-square-foot pump station structure


ACC Highland Ph. II Onsite and Offsite Utilities AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 20 , 80 0 , 0 0 0 29 , 9 39 L F

Owner

Project Highlights

Austin Community College

Wastewater piping

A/E

Storm Water Piping and Distribution

Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects

Water Piping and Distribution Electrical Duct-banks Communication Duct-banks Welded Carbon Steel Pipe Water Quality Pond


Unit 2 HVAC Renovation Sid Richardson Hall AUSTIN, TEXAS

$ 2 , 880 , 0 0 0 1 , 40 0 S F

Owner

Project Highlights

University of Texas at Austin

Two Air Handler Units

MEP Engineer

Demolition and Replacement

Tom Green & Company Engineers, Inc.

Chilled and Hot Water Pumps Three Floors of Museum Archives


S afet y | Live I ncident Free Everday Flintco 4 LIFE focuses on process, practice and individual behaviors to improve safety by Living Incident Free Everyday (LIFE). We explore how people think, feel and relate to safety, and look at the role of the organization in providing a safe work environment. The 4 R’s are prominent in our approach: Reach out, do it Right, Raise your voice and Recognize hazards. Every day we seek to open channels of communication, build relationships, expand risk awareness and increase the frequency of workers choosing to work safely – because it is the right thing to do. Flintco 4 LIFE is about creating a workplace committed to eliminating safety incidents and injuries. Flintco cares deeply about each worker going home safety. We strive to provide a work environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. The keys to our success are worker assurance, acknowledgment, and contribution. Assurance that what is being done is being done correctly (the actions and the culture that drives those actions). Identifying and acknowledging the things that are being done well (good behaviors), which we want to encourage. Finally, engaging all workers to contribute through conversation and listening.

LIVE INCIDENT FREE EVERYDAY


Lean 2.0 | Continuous Pursuit of the Per fec t Construc tion Exper ience

Faced with consistently poor labor productivity—40% is the most commonly accepted number for our industry— many large construction companies within the last 10 years embraced Lean as a project delivery approach hoping to reverse that trend. Many of those same companies lost millions of dollars through poor execution, inconsistent application and lack of commitment to doing Lean the right way. We saw an opportunity. After nearly 2 years of study, refinement and a methodical re-introduction of the practice, Lean2.0 was born—a new term coined and branded by Flintco to describe our approach to Lean. We now have more than 50 Lean projects (and growing) with unequivocal data that validates our simple premise: When done right, Lean works. Calling it Lean2.0 represents our quest for continuous improvement, a hallmark of Lean and our Ethos. The Lean2.0 “mark” is suggestive of a 4-story building and represents the Plan-Do-Check-Adjust cycle that is fundamental to Lean; it also represents the familiar sticky notes associated with collaborative planning and the Last Planner System® that reflect our commitment to the Lean value “Respect for People”. The accent color takes a cue from the Flintco 4 LIFE logo. The tagline Better Construction means working the margins to gain incremental efficiencies at every step, providing more value to owners and is consistent with our company Vision Statement: Unwavering pursuit of the perfect construction experience.


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