HITT Contracting Enters Houston Market With Acquisition Of Trademark
FALLS CHURCH, VA HITT Contracting Inc., a national leader in general contracting headquartered in Washington, D.C., announces their acquisition of Houston, Texas, -based Trademark Construction, a full-service commercial contractor with more than 30 years of experience.
"We're excited to welcome Trademark's team members to HITT," said Brett Hitt, President of HITT Contracting Inc. "Their history, culture, and commitment to client service are a perfect fit for us and together we can make an even stronger impact for our clients in Texas and beyond."
The acquisition of Trademark will strengthen HITT's position in Texas and expand the firm's ability to service clients in key sectors such as corporate interiors, healthcare, technology and commercial base building construction. The new 55-employee office will operate as Trademark HITT for the foreseeable future. Trademark HITT will recruit additional talented construction professionals to further expand operations.
"There's been synergy between our teams since day one," said Chris Hines, Trademark Principal. "A similar set of values guides both organizations and I see this acquisition as an evolution - adding national experience that will allow our team in Houston to reach the next level in project scope, size and volume."
Chris Hines will continue to serve as the Regional Leader for the combined company, Trademark HITT. Both parties have elected to keep financial details of the transaction private.
Across the nation, HITT Contracting Inc. is a leader in the commercial construction industry with an annual revenue reaching $1 billion. HITT's notable projects include Intelsat's administrative headquarters in Tysons, Virginia, featuring a six-level monumental stair and a 330-person multi-purpose room with 28-foot ceilings; George Washington University Hospital Radiation Oncology Center in Washington, D.C., an occupied interior renovation which included two linear accelerators and a CT scanner; Verizon NAP of the Capital Region, a $187 million secure campus featuring five independent data centers; Boston Properties' Signature at Reston Town Center, a $150 million project that will total 508 units between 21-story and 19-story towers.