We are wrapping up over at the new TTI headquarters building at the Texas A&M Rellis Campus. This 180,000 sq ft has a drive-in Retro-reflectivity Visibility Laboratory, Driver-Simulation Laboratory and meeting and collaboration spaces for more than 450+ College Station based researchers from more than 50 different countries. It has been our pleasure to work […]
Texas A&M University recently renovated their 2500 sq ft Computing Services Center devoted to assisting students, faculty and staff with their technology needs. Keystone was the millwork provider on this project. We contributed, most notably, the Corian Glacier White Genius Bar, Info Desk and Service Counter, the walnut lockers, the cedar tongue and groove bench, […]
We celebrated 29 years in business Monday by tearing down the wall between the original production facility and the newly built one. We are now operating with 40,000 sq ft and are looking forward to many more prosperous years in business. Thank you for your continued support and for celebrating our success with us!
We are doubling the size of our production facility and celebrated today with a groundbreaking ceremony! We had a great time recognizing the success of our company that created the need for a larger facility. We were so pleased to have Mayor Nelson, Councilman Hardeman and Chamber President Glen Brewer in attendance. The Tailboard Pizza […]
The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) has a brand new facility in College Station, TX. TVMDL serves the animal industry of Texas through veterinary diagnostics and protects the public health by identifying potentially dangerous specimens found in animals. Their new facility contains state of the art laboratories, educational spaces, work spaces and a […]
The Commons is located on the Southeast side of Texas A&M’s main campus in College Station, TX and is regularly frequented by the nearly 4,000 students who live in the adjoining residence halls who use the Commons to study, dine and socialize. This was the first renovation to the Commons since it was built in 1971. The […]
We are finishing up our part of the project over at the new Scott’s MiracleGro Facility for Lawn and Garden Research on the Texas A&M University Campus. This facility is a result of the partnership between Texas A&M AgriLife and Scott’s MiracleGro that seeks to provide increased turfgrass research and education that will benefit students, […]