Our History

1987 Decade One.

Charlie’s employer was struggling and began letting people go. His wife was pregnant, so as a matter of survival,
He decided to start his own company.

Charlie borrowed $2000 from his parents and started MYCON in a converted garage at his home.

Express Storefront News Clipping About MYCON Vintage MYCON Brochure Margo's Storefront
Charlie with his father, Richard
Two months after Charlie started the company, his father Richard joined him.

Richard went onto become MYCON’s Executive Vice President and Director of Marketing before retiring in 1999.

During the early days, there were only two employees in addition to Charlie and his father: Charlie’s mother, Mary Ann, who acted as the bookkeeper, and a fourth person who served as the project superintendent. First job was an interior finish out of a small jewelry store on Inwood Road in Dallas.

19891990 Pivotal Years.

Bank Building
1993 Expanded into Bank Construction Led to opportunities in areas such as small office building construction.
J.P. Dowell Hardware Store
1999 Time for a Bigger Office Headquarters Purchased the J.P. Dowell Hardware Store in downtown McKinney, built in 1888.

Decade Two. Continued Expansion

  • Began building industrial buildings
  • Began building golf clubhouses, churches and shopping centers
  • Began tackling larger retail projects
Old Navy Storefront at Centre at Preston Ridge in Frisco
2000 Pivotal Project Centre at Preston Ridge in Frisco (500K SF Shopping Center)
Dallas Logistics Hub
2008 Milestone Dallas Logistics Hub $22MM, LEED Gold Industrial Project (847K SF, 2 Buildings)

MYCON managed to weather the Economic Downturn

Present + Future