Florida-based Moss Construction Expands to North Texas

The company will pursue opportunities in the multifamily, hospitality, office, and mixed-use sectors.


Florida-based Moss Construction Management is opening a McKinney office where the company will pursue opportunities in the multifamily, hospitality, office, and mixed-use sectors.

Industry veteran Robert Hodges has joined Moss as a vice president and will lead the company’s North Texas expansion.


Robert Hodges

“Hodges brings ingenuity and integrity to the construction experience and we are confident that with his impressive background and knowledge of this market, this will be a great opportunity for growth and job creation,” Moss President Scott Moss said in a release.

Moss’ office will be a 10,000-square-foot space at 6950 TPC Drive, Suite 300, in McKinney. The McKinney office will be one of nine regional offices for Moss across the U.S.

A national privately held construction firm, Moss has produced several award-winning projects. It focuses on construction management at-risk, design-build, and public-private partnerships. 

Its portfolio spans a variety of sectors, including luxury high-rise residential, landmark mixed-use developments, hospitality, primary and higher education, justice, and solar energy. The company has built solar installations in Arizona, California, Georgia, North Carolina, and Hawaii.

Moss also operates a foundation that has been active in community causes, especially in Florida.


Among the company’s projects is Marlins Stadium in Miami, Florida, the home of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team. It also is involved in renovating airports and in mixed-used developments.

The company told Dallas Innovates that the McKinney office initially will house roughly 15-20 people, many of whom will move from the El Paso office. Additional staff will be hired as business continues to grow.

The El Paso office will have a reduced presence, but the company will continue to pursue business there.

Nationally, Moss employs more than 600 people, primarily in South Florida, Central Florida, Hawaii, and Texas.

Moss, which was founded in 2004, already has been assisting existing clients in Dallas-Fort Worth.

North Texas is an attractive location for the company, which cited access to transportation, strategic markets for hospitality, multifamily and other commercial ventures, and access to a capable workforce as reasons it is expanding in the region.



Marlins Park in Miami, Florida, is the home of the Major League Baseball Miami Marlins team. Photo Courtesy Moss Construction Management


400 Sunny Isles contains two 15-story towers atop a five-story parking garage and amenities deck pedestal offering 230 units in Sunny Isles, Florida. Photo Courtesy Moss Construction Management


Opal Sands is a 15-story, 460,000-square-foot, luxury beachfront resort hotel in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Photo Courtesy Moss Construction Management

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