Construction Update: Omni Barton Creek Resort

April 6, 2018 by Matthew Johnson

Construction is underway the $150 million dollar transformation to the Omni Barton Creek Resort in southwest Austin, Texas. The project consists of an elevated tennis court, renovated existing tower, new resort and members pool areas, a new tower which includes roughly 200 guest rooms, conference areas, meeting rooms, and an elaborate ballroom area, new pavilion for larger venues, new parking garage, new pro shop, and a renovated laundry building.

We recently visited the jobsite to take a look at the construction progress.

Omni Barton Creek Construction photo
Construction of the underground tunnel connecting the meeting room spaces to the new tower is underway.
Omni Barton Creek Construction photo
The existing pro shop and bar/lounge located in the existing tower have been completely removed from the building. A new grill/bar area will replace the old pro shop and bar; which will connect the existing tower to the new tower.
Omni Barton Creek Construction photo
The new member’s and resort pool areas are under construction.
Omni Barton Creek Construction photo
Construction of the elevated tennis courts has made significant progress.

Working closely with design-builder The Beck Group, BIG RED DOG is performing the MEP engineering for the project at 8212 Barton Club Drive.  The design team includes Beck Architecture, Looney and Associates (Interior Designer), TBG (Landscape Architecture), and MRA (Technology). The project is expected to be completed in the middle of 2019.

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Written by Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson is an Assistant Team Leader in the Austin office for BIG RED DOG. Originally from Madison, Alabama, Matthew graduated from the University of Alabama with a Mechanical Engineering degree and joined the team in February 2016. Matthew has experience in the design of HVAC systems for multi-family residential, retail, and commercial office buildings. In his free time, Matthew enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, watching Alabama football, and exploring new places in Austin with his wife.