See the 5 latest commercial projects filed in Round Rock and Pflugerville, including new renovations to dentistry

The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)
The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)

The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)

Wondering what renovations and new construction are underway or set to begin soon in Round Rock and Pflugerville? The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. All information, including cost and timeline, is subject to change.

1. Pfluger Family Dentistry: 2606 FM 1825, Ste. 106, Pflugerville

Type of work: Renovation/alteration

Timeline: Dec. 1-March 1

Estimated cost: $360,000


Scope of work: expansion of existing tenant space to add more dental chairs

2. Ascension Medical Group Primary Clinic renovation: 201 Seton Parkway, Ste. 103, Round Rock

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Dec. 1-May 1

Estimated cost: $1.13 million

Scope of work: renovation of existing clinic suite with new exam rooms, offices, restrooms, etc.

3. The Church in Round Rock: 4550 Campus Village Drive, Round Rock

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: March 1, 2022-Aug. 31, 2023

Estimated cost: $2 million

Scope of work: construction a new single-story religious facility with assembly room, classrooms, bathrooms and kitchen

4. Willie’s Grill & Icehouse: 19200 Colorado Sand Drive, Pflugerville

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: March 18-July 10

Estimated cost: $150,000

Scope of work: proposed new construction of a Willie’s Grill on an existing shopping center to include a new structure with indoor and outdoor game areas, illuminated parking lot with main road access to include landscape in irrigation

5. Autism Learning Partners: 1208 N. I-35, Ste. 100, Round Rock

Type of work: additions to existing building

Timeline: Nov. 30-Jan. 15

Estimated cost: $250,000

Scope of work: interior alteration to an existing tenant space in an existing one-story retail building including demo, new metal stud framed walls and updated restroom fixtures


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