Frisco, Texas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Its local culture blends various forms of entertainment, creating a city bustling with hundreds to do and see. Residents are never bored, and business owners are continuously looking for opportunities to help the economic landscape of the city.

People frequently come to Frisco to see its sights. For this reason, proper maintenance of establishments and structural upgrades and improvements are sought after. This list provides the best commercial contractors in Frisco that are well-equipped for managing projects regardless of their size or scope. These contractors have also provided their services to new business people looking to set up shop in the area.


The Beck Group

1601 Elm St, Suite 2800 Dallas, Texas 75201

The oldest running contractor in the list, The Beck Group has established itself in Texas as a multidisciplinary firm that prioritizes efficiency and timeliness. Since 1912, it has garnered multiple awards and recognitions for its groundbreaking and trendsetting designs. In its 109 years of operation, the firm has earned a reputation that has spread through the state of Texas and beyond.

Currently, The Beck Group is headed by Dallas office Regional Director Jeff Forbes, LEED AP. Forbes oversees all construction and architectural operations in the area. His years in the industry have made him a trustworthy and reliant leader to the company’s diverse team. 

The firm’s construction services were requested to build the Texas Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Frisco. The striking and grand establishment was awarded the 2019 TEXO Distinguished Building Award.


Ridgemont Commercial Construction

1520 W Walnut Hill Lane, Irving, Texas 75038

With clients like Ferrari, Ridgemont Commercial Construction understands the value of a brand’s business and establishments. It offers quality construction services while building long-lasting partnerships with its clients. The general contractor firm was recently awarded the 2021 TEXO Distinguished Building Award.

Founded in 1976, Ridgemont is now headed by Bob O’Brien as CEO and president of the company. When he began leading the company, it had ten employees, and now it has flourished into one of the most successful firms in Texas. O’Brien also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for TEXO.

One of the firm’s notable projects in Frisco is the Market Street grocery store in 2018. The large mall is home to a diverse selection of stores and restaurants. The spacious interiors are matched with a classy masonry exterior.


Austin Commercial

3535 Travis St, Suite 300 Dallas, TX 75204

Austin Commercial is centered on four fundamental principles: honesty, reliability, fairness, and accountability. The team utilizes these principles to ensure exceptional quality projects and to build with integrity. 

David Walls is the CEO and President of Austin, who began as a project engineer before climbing as one of the firm’s premier field project managers. He leads a company that’s nationally recognized for being one of the largest, most diversified buildings and creative construction solutions in various industries, such as corporate, aviation, and health care.

The eight-story Texas Health Frisco was a project completed by Austin in Frisco, which features designs and fully-equipped rooms that can accommodate thousands of residents in need of medical care. In addition, the landscape generates calmness and proves accessibility with its twenty-acre greenfield site.


Bob Moore Construction

3611 William D Tate Ave Grapevine Texas, 76051

Well-known in Dallas, Bob Moore Construction has completed projects for several recognizable brands like American Eagle, Harley Davidson, and Best Buy. An expert in commercial construction, it has memorized the wants and needs of clients seeking to build or upgrade their establishments in the area. For seventy-five years, it has situated itself as one of the most respected firms in the construction industry. In both 2020 and 2021, it was awarded the Texo Building Distinguished Award and the TCA Tilt-up Achievement Award.

Bob Moore’s son, Mike Moore, now serves as the president of the company along with CEO Philip Bell. After learning from his father, Moore works to remain mindful of the client’s budget and to deliver on time. Moore is also president and a member of the Board of Directors for the North Texas Metal Building Dealers Association. 

Bob Moore Construction was involved in constructing the American Light Showroom when the company decided to relocate to a bigger area. This is of the many completed projects in its portfolio.


Peinado Construction

15815 Executive Dr #500, Frisco, Texas 75035

Peinado Construction’s team manages unique and complex requests that require its considerable expertise. The team’s background includes commercial general contracting, industrial, and design-building knowledge. Its promise to provide special attention to client projects proves its attention to detail and client-centric decisions. In its seventeen years of experience, it already has offices in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.

Frank Peinado manages Peinado Construction as president and Brett Shirley as his partner. Both leaders have thirty years of experience in the industry. Shirley has served in the company under multiple positions, from field engineer to senior project manager, until he landed as a partner. Together with their team, they’ve established Peinado Construction as a “specialty-type” service provider.

Among the projects completed in Frisco is the Academy Sports & Outdoors complex, which is built with a tilt-wall facility with stone accents. The logo stands out for passersby to quickly notice the commercial lot.


J2 Commercial Construction

11625 S Custer Rd, Frisco Texas 75035

The youngest company on the list, J2 Commercial Development, has already made a name within its four years of operation. The firm specializes in Commercial Tenant Improvement, Finish-Out, and customized alterations for business owners. With its focus on functional spaces and a team’s combined experiences in the industry, it is prepared and well-equipped for full-service projects.

Jeremy Harris is the owner and CEO with decades of experience in real estate, business consulting, and site development for retail and restaurant spaces. His first-hand experience in the industry helps the company provide clients with a smooth and stress-free experience. He is supported by project manager Jenee Harris and superintendent Eli Vasquez.

J2 has helped build multiple small to big businesses, including Blaze Pizza. Handling the interior constructions, J2 gave the restaurant an industrial ambiance, creating a cool and rustic appearance. The spacious dining area offers customers ease and relaxation while they have a casual dining experience.

Author

  • Jake Gustafson

    Jake has served as Senior Editor at General Contractors and brings a wealth of experience rooted in his passion for building. Holding a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University, he actively engaged in industry-related activities, including membership in the Associated General Contractors of America student chapter and participation in the Associated Schools in Construction student competition. Previously, Jake served as a project engineer for a prominent general contractor in Portland, where he played a pivotal role in various aspects of construction projects, from pre-construction to subcontractor management. His expertise extends to working on innovative projects, such as North America's largest CLT commercial building. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Editor at General Contractors, Project Engineer for Portland-based general contractor, Field Engineer for the largest CLT commercial building in North America Education: Oregon State University, Degree in Construction Engineering Management