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 […]
Today, we are celebrating THIRTY years in business!! We are so thankful to our President, Bob Kraus, who started Keystone out of a one car garage in 1989, to our amazing employees, to our awesome clients and our supportive community here in Bryan/College Station.
We are so pleased to be on the cover of the winter edition of the Design Solutions magazine for our Computing Services Project at Texas A&M University. Congratulations, also to the architects at The Arkitex Studio, Inc. It was our pleasure to execute your beautiful designs. Click the image below to see the full article.
We recently wrapped up at the new E.B. Cushing Stadium for the nationally ranked Texas A&M Track and Field program. The 90,500 square foot facility seats approximately 2,200 and includes a nine-lane sprint and hurdle straightaway, a dual field event area, hospitality amenities, a press box, full-broadcast capabilities and service areas. It will house team meeting […]
The expansion into the new building created space to add a second CNC machine, the HOMAG Vantech 512. This new machine uses automated functions to retrieve the material to be cut, cuts and drills into the material seamlessly using an automated tool changer and then moves cut pieces along to assembly. Keystone’s commitment to excellent […]
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!
Construction is going according to plan and we now have walls and a roof! Next up, electrical and plumbing will start outfitting the inside of the building.
We are making great progress on the facility expansion and have beams in the air. Check it out:
It’s been an exciting week at Keystone as we watched the land for the plant expansion transform from dirt to a concrete slab. Check out the transformation here: