This ranch residence was built with our DARIO Panelized process. This 7,750 square foot radial structure with a double curvature roof was completed within 11.5 months from design development to completion, alongside a 3,520 square foot shop building and cistern which were concurrently constructed and built.
Our panelized process results in wall, floor and roof panels that are fully fabricated with all integrated mechanical systems which are pre-built in-house within our facility in Buda, TX, transported to the site and installed in less than half the time of conventional construction.
You can learn more about our DARIO panelized process here.
This 3,400 square foot contemporary residence is located in Mason County, Texas.
A steel superstructure, light gauge framing and weathered zinc to protect the residence from the hill country climate, the residence serves as a guest house for ranch visitors.
These 3 casitas were fabricated and constructed from design to finish-out within a 5-month period with our DARIO panelized process.
This ranch house is tucked into a hillside in the Texas Hill Country, a portion of the exterior deck cantilevered over the cliff's edge to take advantage of the dramatic views.
This Texas Hill Country ranch boasts a scale, accelerated timeframe and remote aspect required us to build a special compound for construction crews working overlapping shifts 7 days per week.
For this same client, the Escobedo Group's DARIO division designed and constructed a 7,750 square foot residential lodge, shop building and casita in only 11.5 months. You can see this project at DARIO Panelized Systems
This ranch house is an organic mix of sandstone and limestone that blend with the native environment.
Escobedo Construction served as general contractor for several interior and exterior renovations for this estate on Lake Austin. Our in-house team fabricated and installed the following construction elements:
Eucalyptus kitchen cabinet panels
Custom cabinetry and door hardware
Marble CNC wall panels & sinks
Soapstone CNC exterior wall panels
Exterior limestone walls, decking & stairs
Exterior limestone columns
Escobedo Construction served as the general contractor for the finish-out construction of this 13,000 square foot penthouse in Austin, Texas. Escobedo craftsman fabricated and installed structural steel, light gauge steel framing, steel interior doors, steel shower door enclosures, steel wine racking system, cabinetry and mill work, wood ceilings, stone floors, stone spiral staircase and stone bathtub.
We served as the general contractor of the interior remodel in this high rise building. Our in-house team also fabricated and installed the following construction elements and finishes:
Hand-painted cabinetry with brass and mirror detail
12' tall brass paneled pivot door and pocket doors
Patterned marbled floors with brass inlay
Marble slab walls
Marble fireplace surround with steel fireplace
Marble waterfall countertop
Marble window seating
Brass paneling and trim
This multi-level home combines massive, load-bearing limestone walls that entail intricate patterns, precisely cut stonework– inside and out.
From a cantilevered stone staircase to a structural stone vault ceiling, this home is an expression of craftsmanship and innovation.
This ever-evolving residential compound incorporates several buildings and a series of open spaces upon a rocky hilltop of varied elevations.
This residence is an eclectic mix of French and English architecture.
This wine room was designed and constructed by Escobedo Construction to house our client's collection of over 2.600 bottles of wine.
The circular room consists of limestone walls with a hand-tooled surface. The ceiling is a true dome of limestone set with zero joints.
Some of the additional elements provided by our company are the stainless steel ladder and floor ring, an architectural concrete countertop and sink, and the Japanese Ash cabinetry.
Escobedo Construction designed, fabricated and installed the wine racking system for this two-story wine room. This room also features limestone floors and stairs, and a custom tasting table.
The Friends of Deep Eddy, a grassroots organization, fueled the renovation of the 1936 Deep Eddy Bathhouse and asked us to participate at general contractor in the renovation.
The grand re-opening of this iconic location and National Historic Landmark was on June 2, 2007.
For additional information, please visit the Deep Eddy website.
Rehab Architect: Limbacher & Godfrey