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From here in the Abilene, Tye Texas Area.

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236 Air Base Rd, Tye Texas 79563

Some Recent Jobs Here in Texas

Abilene Housing Authority Job

As General Contractor, our project for the Abilene Housing Authority transformed the former Liberty Baptist Church into 10,000 square feet (25 office spaces) of new administrative offices for the Abilene Housing Authority.

The project included interior demolition and complete installation of:

    Interior Renovations:

  • Structural walls and roofing

  • Ceilings

  • Floors

  • Cabinetry

  • Electrical

  • Network wiring

    Exterior Renovations:

  • New window framing/installation

  • Painting

  • Signage

  • ADA-compliant ramps and handrails

Dyess Air Force Base Housing Job

GeneCo Technologies, along with long-time partner Balfour Beatty, has completed a number of projects here in Abilene and other parts of Texas:

  • Structural walls and roofing

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing

  • Air Conditioning

  • Heating systems

  • Irrigation systems

  • Yard lighting

  • Ceiling fan installation

  • Porch additions

  • Disc golf course development

GeneCo partnered with Balfour Beatty to construct the Dyess AFB Community and Neighborhood Centers. We provided all electrical, plumbing and HVAC installation as well as fencing, weatherproofing windows and numerous other smaller aspects of these two projects.

Dyess Air Force Base Grounds Maintenance Job

We have partnered with Dyess Air Force Base to ensure the grounds on Dyess from the Abilene gate to the Tye gate are pristine and safe.

Grounds Maintenance crews ensure the base is in the best shape from one perimeter fence to another.

We take care of:

  • Airfield mowing

  • Grounds mowing

  • Edging

  • Rock & flower beds

  • Tree trimming & removal

  • Herbicide application

WCTMWD HVAC Project

We partnered with the West Central Texas Municiapl Water district to upgrade their Heating and Cooling system.

This project removed the old system (nicknamed the Winnebago) with 6 highly-efficient, zone-controlled units.