Honesty, Hard Work and Dedication are the

Foundation of Both Personal and Business Success.

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Welcome to Con-Real

With 83 years of family entrepreneurship, the legacy continues with Con-Real’s establishment in 1979. Since our beginnings as a construction consultant firm, we aimed to help small and minority contractors and today we are now proudly one of the most established, owned, and managed full-service construction and real estate African-American firms. Con-Real’s commitment of meeting the needs of clients throughout Texas, the Southwest, as well as throughout the United States has given us the reputation as a premier organization with experience in over 3,000 projects including entertainment, commercial, hospitality, educational, industrial, and technology facilities. Con-Real’s headquarters is proudly based in Arlington with additional permanent offices located in Dallas, Houston, Little Rock, and San Francisco.


What’s New With Con-Real

Congratulations I.M. Terrell Team

At the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce 38th Annual Luncheon, Con-Real's team members on the I.M. Terrell Project received the Ricky Allen Award. 

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Market Trends Report: Entertainment districts are rejuvenating cities.

Next year, Cordish will open Texas Live!, a $250 million, 200,000-sf venue that’s part of a $4 billion master plan for the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes a new $1 billion baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers, an investor in the district. When completed, the district—which straddles the Dallas Cowboys’ 100,000-seat AT&T Stadium—will offer a 300-key Loew’s hotel, a 5,000-seat outdoor events pavilion, and 35,000 sf of meeting/convention space.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/other-voices/article182564021.html#storylink=cpy
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SMU Cox School of Business Rings NYSE Closing Bell

Gerald Alley is ecstatic to be part of SMU's Cox School of Business Executive Board as they ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange this past Monday. Cox's Dean Matt Myers traveled to New York with a delegation of SMU Board of Trustees, Cox Executive Board members, alumni and staff. Gerald was among the podium contingent; check out the video below!

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/other-voices/article182564021.html#storylink=cpy
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Celebrating a Job Well Done: Crawfish Boil at the Library Storage Building Site

After a long stretch of hard work, the crawfish boil was a fun way to acknowledge the dedication of all our team members on this project.

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Groundbreaking at the SpringHill Suites and TownePlace Suites

Con-Real is excited to commence construction of the latest hospitality project in South Arlington. 

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New Texas Rangers Globe Life Field Pre-Bid Invitation

New Texas Rangers Stadium, Globe Life Field, Pre-Bid Invitation for Interior Finish-Outs and Various Packages this Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 3:00pm at Cholula Porch at Globe Life Park (current Texas Ranger stadium). We hope to see you there! Let's work together to create a successful project!

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15th Annual Regional Black Contractors Association Scholarship Golf Classic

Con-Real's team gave it their best shot at the 15th Annual Regional Black Contractors Association Scholarship Golf Classic.

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Congratulations SMU Cox Class of 2018

Con-Real is the proud home of several SMU Cox alumni, and as such we know first hand that graduates from this program are well on their way to a successful career in whatever path they pursue. 

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Investing in the Future - COMTO Scholarship Awards Reception

Con-Real was proud to support deserving students as a sponsor of the COMTO North Texas Chapter Scholarship Awards Reception.

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