Our Work.

MYCON’s work portfolio spans construction categories ranging from healthcare, industrial and institutional to office, retail, religious and more. We partner with our customers to build groundbreaking projects that serve the community and foster progress. Select from our portfolio sectors to view our featured projects.

Projects
in Progress.

MYCON is always working on innovative projects that get our blood pumping. These are a few in-progress projects we are so excited about, we can not keep them under wraps any longer. Take a peek at what MYCON has in the works.

  • Hillside Community Church, Fort Worth, TX

    Hillside Community Church

    Fort Worth, TX

  • Preston Trail Community Church, Frisco, TX

    Preston Trail Community Church

    Frisco, TX

    Addition of a 42,000 SF children’s wing to an existing church building.

  • Urban District 30, Mesquite, TX

    Urban District 30

    Mesquite, TX

    New Construction of five industrial buildings totaling 990,000 SF.

  • SPR Packaging North Warehouse, Phase I , Rockwall, TX

    SPR Packaging North Warehouse, Phase I

    Rockwall, TX

    Phase 1 includes 79,373 SF of warehouse and office areas.

  • Buckman World Headquarters, Frisco, TX

    Buckman World Headquarters

    Frisco, TX

    New construction and design-build of a 75,000 SF headquarters.

  • Hotel Magdalena, Austin, TX

    Hotel Magdalena

    Austin, TX

    An independent hotel and residences which include a restaurant, event space, and a pool.

  • The Davis Building, Dallas, TX

    The Davis Building

    Dallas, TX

    Historic renovation of the 1926 Republic National Bank Building in downtown Dallas.

  • Caprock Falls Members Club, Horseshoe Bay, TX

    Caprock Falls Members Club

    Horseshoe Bay, TX

    The project overlooks Lake Lyndon B. Johnson and include a state-of-the-art clubhouse, a pool building, a golf pro shop and a pavilion.

  • Headington Heights Retail, McKinney, TX

    Headington Heights Retail

    McKinney, TX

    Retail continues strong growth in North Texas.