This list contains the best hotel and hospitality contractors in Dallas, Texas. Our team has chosen and ranked these firms based on the number of projects they have completed, the awards and recognition they have received, their industry affiliations, their years in business, their notable clientele, and the quality of their hotel and hospitality projects. These firms are behind some of the most iconic buildings in Dallas,  and have proven their skills in construction using the latest technology and practices.

If you are thinking about starting a hotel and hospitality project, we recommend checking each builder’s license with the local licensing board, speaking to past clients, and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes from at least 3 contractors. Getting multiple bids is the best way to ensure you get a fair price and that bids include the complete scope of work.

10) Clark Contractors

2825 Exchange Blvd. Suite #101, Southlake, TX 76092

Clark Contractors is a general contracting company that specializes in constructing commercial and cultural establishments, educational campuses, healthcare facilities, hospitality buildings, and industrial properties. The firm was founded by William Clark, Shannon Earls, and Danny Bennett, who have worked together for more than two decades. Throughout its years in business, the firm’s core values of honesty, integrity, and professional expertise have remained the same. The firm’s mission is to build relationships with its clients, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and suppliers, which enable it to build high-quality and successful projects.

One of the firm’s projects in Dallas is the Aloft Dallas Love Field, a boutique hotel located near the Dallas Love Field Airport. The 149,229-square-foot, 224-key hotel features a fitness center, a pool, an on-site laundry, and a full-service business center.

9) Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors

3710 Rawlins St. Suite #1510, Dallas, TX 75219

From small repairs to new commercial builds, Hill and Wilkinson General Contractors has the experience needed to deliver timely and quality projects. Founded in 1968, the firm serves a wide array of construction needs throughout Dallas, Austin, and Fort Worth. The company was founded by Luther Hill, who graduated from Rice University and served the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers before starting his career in construction. In 1985, Greg Wilkinson and Fritz McKinstry met Luther Hill through the Associated General Contractors and bought the company. Throughout the years, the firm has remained one of the leading contracting firms in Texas.

One of the firm’s projects in the hospitality market is the Ritz-Carlton Dallas. Hill and Wilkinson renovated the hotel’s 218 rooms, the lobby, and the club lounge. The 179,000-square-foot project was completed in less than two months while the hotel remained fully operational during the construction.

8) Algiere Hospitality

7704 San Jacinto Place Suite #100, Plano, TX 75024

Specializing in turnkey design-build solutions, general construction services, and interior design services, Algiere Hospitality has become one of the trusted general contractors for the hospitality sector. Since 1978, the firm has focused on the needs of the hospitality industry. What started out as a general contracting firm has now become a full-service firm that specializes in hotel construction throughout North America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The firm believes that true design is the fusion of many design elements, which is evident in its portfolio of hospitality projects.

One of these is the Hilton Park Cities in Dallas. The firm served as the general contractor for the interior and exterior of the hotel. The boutique hotel exudes a luxurious Southern charm with its earth-tone accents and picturesque views of tree-lined streets in the Park Cities.

7) IDC Construction

1000 Churchill Ct., Woodstock, GA 30188

Exclusively serving the hospitality sector, IDC Construction was founded in 1999. This focus has enabled the firm to become one of the top hospitality contracting firms in the nation. Since its founding, the firm has built an impressive portfolio of hospitality projects totaling $900 million. Gary Williams, the founder of the company, has over three decades of commercial construction experience. Prior to the founding of the firm, Gary was responsible for the management of a leading hotel ownership group’s construction projects. Today, the firm has handled construction projects for prominent hotel brands including Marriott, Starwood, Hilton, Hyatt, InterContinental Hotels, Wyndham, and many independent property owners.

The Adolphus Hotel is one of the firm’s impressive projects. Marriott chose IDC for the renovation of this historic landmark. The project consisted of the addition of a rooftop pool and the remodeling of the French Room restaurant. In addition, the firm updated the mezzanine level, as well as the grand ballroom areas, and renovated over 400 guest rooms and bathrooms.

6) TriArc Construction

1919 Jackson St. Suite #100, Dallas, TX 75201

Co-founded by Shane Deville, TriArc Construction offers general contracting, construction management, and design-build services throughout North Texas in all sectors of the construction industry. From luxury high-rises to multimillion-dollar historic redevelopments, the company draws upon its values of servant leadership and relationship management. This has earned the company the trust of many recognized brands and clientele. In less than a decade of service, TriArc has proven its construction excellence and has earned a number of awards such as the 2018 Preservation Achievement Award, the 2018 Poetic Justice Award, and The Statler Topping Out 2017 Top Ten Award. In addition, the company is in good standing with various organizations including the Better Business Bureau, the U.S. Green Building Council, the American Institute of Architects, TEXO Association, Urban Land Institute, and the Associated General Contractors of America.

Among its noteworthy hospitality projects is The Statler. TriArc Construction was hired as the construction manager and general contractor for the reopening of the 1956 hotel. This approximately 700,000-square-foot project consisted of the restoration of the historic building. Upon completion, the project featured an outdoor pool and a fitness center, bars and lounges, conference rooms, and gift shops.

5) VCC

4400 Post Oak Pkwy. Suite #2760, Houston, TX 77027

Established in 1987, VCC is a full-service construction firm that specializes in constructing buildings for commercial clients. The company has worked in many sectors and has built numerous mixed-use centers, enclosed malls, office buildings, educational and institutional campuses, hospitality buildings, healthcare facilities, retail stores, multifamily complexes, lifestyle centers, and entertainment venues. Since its founding, the firm’s mission has been the same; to deliver excellence in construction. In 2015, VCC ranked #96 on Engineering-News Record (ENR’s) list of Top 400 Contractors.

The Westin Hotel Galleria Dallas is one of the company’s noteworthy projects in the hospitality sector. VCC renovated the entire hotel, including 443 rooms, penthouse suites, meeting rooms, and ballrooms. VCC renovated the hotel restaurant in 2005 and again in 2009, and continues to be the hotel’s chosen contractor for renovations.

4) Andres Construction

3710 Rawlins St., Dallas, TX 75219

Andres Construction has been in business since 1991 as a 100% employee-owned general contracting firm. Among the services it offers are construction management, general contracting, construction consulting, design-build, major renovations, historic restoration, and program management. Gil Andres, chairman of Andres, has been in the construction industry for over 60 years. With the company’s highly experienced team, the firm is able to integrally involve years of construction experience in every project. As such, the firm has been featured in numerous publications, and in 2013, ranked as the eleventh Largest North Texas General Contractor in The List by Dallas Business Journal.

Additionally, many awards have been given to the firm, such as the 2018 Preservation Achievement Award for its Tower Petroleum -Cambria Suites Hotel project in Dallas. The 23-story Tower Petroleum Building in Downtown Dallas was built in 1931. In 2016, Andres transformed the tower into the 177-room Cambria Hotel, which features a restaurant and bar, fitness center, a meeting space, and a band rehearsal room for Majestic Theater performers.

3) McCarthy

12001 N Central Expy. Suite #400, Dallas, TX 75243

Since 1864, McCarthy Building Companies has committed to providing clients with exceptional construction services. The company’s mission is to be the best builder in America, equipped with the firm’s desire to help clients maximize their outcomes and provide innovative building solutions. The firm also takes pride in being a top green builder in the nation, weaving sustainability and viable green building techniques into their projects. Over the years, numerous awards and recognitions have been given to the firm for its construction excellence and innovative building services.

Among the firm’s most architecturally-challenging yet impressive projects is the 34-story North Tower of the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences. The 780,000-square-foot project consisted of 252 luxury hotel guest rooms, 64 condominiums, a two-story spa and fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, and a signature top floor “Ghost Bar”.

2) Austin Industries

3535 Travis St. Suite #300, Dallas, TX 75204

Based in Dallas, Austin Industries is among the country’s largest and most diversified U.S.-based construction companies. The company has worked in multiple markets, such as aviation, corporate office, healthcare, hospitality, mission-critical, mixed-use, retail, residential, sports, and university. With three operating companiesAustin Bridge and Road, Austin Commercial, and Austin Industrial—Austin Industries has over 6,000 employee-owners. Established in 1918, the firm takes pride in being 100 percent employee-owned since 2000.

Austin Industries was hired for the construction of the Grand Hyatt Hotel at Dallas-Fort Worth Terminal D. The hotel is accessible from all DFW terminals via the Automated People Mover. The project features 34,000 square feet of meeting space, which includes ballrooms, banquet rooms, and conference suites. The hotel’s amenities also included a rooftop area with a spa and swimming pool.

1) Beck Group

1807 Ross Ave. Suite #500, Dallas, TX 75201

Since 1912, Beck Group has delivered a unique approach to architecture and construction. The firm makes it their mission to maintain lasting relationships with its clients and to continue providing them with innovative building solutions. For over a century, the firm has proven its construction expertise and has received awards and recognition from recognized organizations. In 2015, Beck ranked as the 20th top Contractor in Texas and Louisiana by the ENR. In addition, the firm has consistently ranked on Building Design + Construction’s lists. As a team of designers and builders, Beck Group understands sustainable design and construction practices, which enable it to provide clients with a better experience and outcome.

With an impressive portfolio of projects, the Rosewood Crescent is among the most notable in the hospitality sector. The 2.5 million-square-foot development was designed by Johnson/Burgee Architects. The mixed-use Crescent complex consists of a hotel, and retail, office, and restaurant spaces. The five-star hotel features 220 luxury rooms, a spa, a pool, and a private dining club.

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  • 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