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  HEB South Flores Market
Owner: HEB
GC: Joeris General Contractors
Acres: 1.6
Pad Area: 16,600 SF
Paving Area: 4,740 SY

This "boutique" size market is the crown jewel of the downtown San Antonio revitalization. With the increase in housing development in the downtown area, this store provides an excellent location for walk-in customers. This location also provides patio seating to enjoy coffee or a quick lunch-break for local business people. The project required demolition of existing structures and parking lots. Some of the original paving materials were reclaimed and recycled for use in the building pad construction.
  HEB McCreless
Owner: HEB
GC: Joeris General Contractors
Acres: 23
Pad Area: 395,000 SF
Paving Area: 111,000 SY

The original McCreless Mall was built in 1962 and throughout it's history, it housed J.C.Penny, Woolworth and Montgomery Wards. The mall closed in 2005. The redevelopment of this south side landmark, included demolition of the mall and surrounding parking areas being completed to phases as to minimize the impact of new construction on the remaining onsite businesses. The new construction consisted of one of the first HEB Plus! stores, a movie theater and various retail and restaurant buildings. Much of the existing asphalt and underlying road base was recycled and used for building pad construction and new paving areas.
  City Base West
GC: Koontz-McCombs Construction, Ltd.
Acres: 9.23
Pad Area: 106,000 SF
Paving Area: 33,000 SY

This project was the second phase of an ongoing retail development. This center includes a movie theater, restaurants and various other retail clients as well as medical offices and a location of the Pre-K for SA educational facility. This project required working around an environmentally sensitive drainage area. It also required multiple phasing as to limit the interference with ongoing businesses.
  Brooks Corner
Owner: Development Strategies
GC: Joeris General Contractors
Acres: 65
Pad Area: 565,000 SF
Paving Area: 100,000 SF

Prior to the Brooks Corner Development, the 17 acre site was home to over 100 mobile home tenants. The site required extensive select clearing due to the city's new tree ordinance, demolition of over 100 concrete pads and the excavation of over ten feet of existing clays in the building areas. During the excavation, unforeseen boulders were discovered and re-used as an alternate to the designed keystone retaining walls. The concrete pads were demolished, pulverized and also reused as select fill for the building pads.
  Target Crossroads - I-10 / 410
Owner: Target
GC: Joeris General Contractors
Acres: 2
Pad Area: 150,000 SF
Paving Area: 345,000 SF

This project started with the demolition of Montgomery Wards, Aldino's Italian restaurant and portions of the parking lot. Other department stores at Crossroads mall were still in business so coordination was crucial. Temporary vertical shoring was required during the thirteen foot excavation for the building pad, which was filled in with recycled asphalt, curb and base material from the demolished parking lot. Soft spots that were encountered during cut and fill operations had to be pumped until proper approval. At project completion, the owner received money back for the savings from reusing existing material.
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