Carter & Burgess specializes in bringing retail ideas to reality, providing the cutting edge in design, planning,, full engineering services and environmental graphics from a single source.
The skills and talents of more than 2,300 professionals throughout 38 locations within the United States, coupled with more than 60 years of experience, provide a depth of resources for every project need — one company, one source.
The key to our approach is blending creative talent with technical expertise to develop solutions that meet your project and business objectives. Our experience and insight create responsive solutions that ensure your project is successfully positioned in the marketplace, now and in the future.
Our Retail Centers Group understands the dynamics of the retail center and creates unique and enduring spaces. Whether youris a new mixed-use center or a mall renovation, we make spaces places.
Carter & Burgess approaches your projects with a partnering mentality in order to provide the high level of service required. Our team is in your corner throughout the process to help ensure the ultimate success of the project. Carter & Burgess specializes in all retail/commercial project types, including: regional shopping centers, lifestyle centers, neighborhood/community centers, mixed-use developments, entertainment/restaurants, prototype development, rollout programs, specialty stores, big/small box, grocery stores, and cinemas.
Some of our recent projects include Denton Town Center in Denton County, Texas. This mixed-use project including retail, entertainment, office, residential and civic space is planned around a Main Street concept leading to an existing 30-acre lake.
North Hills Mall in Raleigh, N.C. will feature civic plazas connected by a “Main Street” artery. Along this corridor will be a two-level mix of retail, fashion boutiques, salons, cinema, restaurants, entertainment and offices.
Address: Carter & Burgess, Inc. 777 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Size of Firm: 2,300
Year Established: 1939
Key Contacts: Phil Pryor, AIA — Senior Vice President
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