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Fri, Mar 04


COT Annex

Austin Commercial/Industrial

The meeting will be held at the COT Annex T101 & through Microsoft Teams for those unable to attend in person. Our special guest joining us this week will be Austin Commercial/Industrial, and they will be covering information about the company and future internship opportunities.

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Austin Commercial/Industrial
Austin Commercial/Industrial

Time & Location

Mar 04, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

COT Annex, 4800 Calhoun Rd, Houston, TX 77004, USA


About the event

We will be providing food & drinks at the meeting. If you plan on attending, please fill out the RSVP form listed below so we can follow COVID 19 protocols and for the safety of everyone attending: Link to RSVP

Online Meeting Link: Teams Meeting Link

Austin Commercial/Industrial:


Austin Industries is one of the nation’s largest, most diversified construction companies. With more than 6,000 employee-owners, Austin Industries provides civil, commercial, and industrial construction services through the expertise of our operating companies: Austin Bridge & Road, Austin Commercial, and Austin Industrial.


The story of Austin Industries is one of galvanized longevity. It's a story of family, including a growing family of employee-owners. It's also a story about core values: a commitment to safety and service, the importance of integrity, and the necessity of employee-ownership. These values trace back in unbroken succession to the very beginning of our company.

In Texas, a good name is something you earn - and it's not easily granted. The Austin name first became synonymous with Texas bridge building when George Austin came to Dallas in 1889. He was serving as an agent for the George E. King Bridge Co. of Des Moines, Iowa. His younger brother, Frank, joined him in 1894, forming the Austin Brothers company. When business began to grow in Texas near the turn of the century, Frank hired a young man named Charles R. Moore in 1900. Little did he know how this decision would set a new trajectory for the company.

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