fort constructionFort Construction has earned a quality reputation in Fort Worth, Texas. 

 By Knighthouse Editorial Staff

Having completed more than 100 projects, Fort Construction takes pride in being known as much for its quality as it is for service. By combining these two values in all it does, Fort Construction has built a strong reputation with subcontractors and owners. The company adds in open dialogue with every aspect of each project team, helping to ensure successful project completions. 

RandAfter celebrating its 30th anniversary, rand* continues looking forward to the future.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

For three decades, rand* construction corp. has made service its mission, both to its clients and its employees. It has thrived in the greater Washington metro area by not only building quality projects for its clients, but also nurturing a positive workplace culture.  Within its walls, “Everybody is incredibly supportive of one another,” Co-Managing Principal Tim Schmidt declares.

Gardner TanenbaumGardner Tanenbaum Holdings has several new developments underway in Oklahoma City that will bring new jobs and residents, helping the city continue to prosper. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Richard Tanenbaum has lived and breathed real estate development and ownership for as long as he can remember. More than 60 years ago, his family owned the largest department store in Havana, Cuba, before the property was taken by Fidel Castro, which left them penniless and run out of the country. 

DFWDFW International Airport is enhancing its concessions program as it renovates terminals. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Featuring one of the largest concession programs in North America, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is continually enhancing its 252,000 square feet of concession space

Occupying five terminals – three of which have undergone a $2 billion renovation in the past two years – the airport’s concession areas offer 72 dining concepts, 60 shopping concepts and 41 services concepts. They are operated through lease agreements between the airport and roughly 60 different private companies. “We constantly survey the customers to understand their preferences and tailor our food and beverage, retail and services to surprise and delight them,” says Zenola Campbell, vice president of concessions. 

The busy airport, which saw roughly 69 million passengers last year and expects more than 72 million this year, has plans to develop a sixth passenger terminal by 2025, according to a press release issued by DFW Airport and American Airlines in May.

The Moinian GroupThe Moinian Group continues to seize real estate opportunities on New York City’s West Side, identifying developments in up-and-coming neighborhoods.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

For nearly 40 years, The Moinian Group has specialized in forging new neighborhoods and spearheading the transformation and enhancement of property values and environments. Led by visionary New York City real estate developer, investor and owner Joseph Moinian, the family-owned company remains prominent and aggressive with three new developments underway on the West Side of Manhattan. 

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