Fort Worth’s construction industry is seeing a new era of construction as construction on major projects such as the expansion of Interstate 10 and construction of a new stadium is set to begin this fall.
The first of those projects is a $2 billion project to build a new football stadium on the Texas-Mexico border, which would be the largest football stadium ever built in the United States.
The project has been stalled in the federal government for years.
The Associated Press first reported on the Fort Worth construction project last year.
The Associated Press obtained the project’s construction plan, a list of the contractors and other information, from the company that is building the stadium, the Texas Rangers.
The plan includes a new “barrage” of ramps, fences, tunnels, electrical lines, parking lots and other construction that will cost $7 billion to $9 billion.
The stadium would be a six-level, $1.3 billion stadium, including seating for 1,200 people, a luxury box, a new concession stand and a new video board.
Construction on the stadium has been delayed because of a lack of funding, but it is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Construction on a new Texas state prison, which will hold more than 300 inmates, began in February.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has said it will hold a groundbreaking for the facility on July 30.
Rangers general manager Scott Brantley said the team had no comment on the news of the construction plans.