Dallas-Fort Worth Among the Top 3 Destinations for Industrial Development

The DFW area is a hotbed for commercial construction


Commercial buildings in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are increasingly being built with 40-foot clear heights. This trend points to a broader phenomenon within the commercial construction sector as a whole—businesses want to be able to use more interior space to accomplish critical business goals.

In the years leading up to 2020, the DFW already was already a significant hub for commercial and industrial activity. All indicators tell us that this momentum is only picking up steam, a noteworthy development that has Capital Steel Industries and others within the steel building market sitting up and taking notice.

The DFW area is a hotbed for commercial construction. Is your contracting business noticing a similar trend in your area?

Dallas-Fort Worth kicked off the 21st century in full force. Similar to other major metro areas, most large cities in the US can barely keep up with the growth rate of the DFW area.

Between 2000 and 2014, it achieved a higher population growth compared to many other cities in America. Also, its GDP per-capita growth has outpaced that of other cities by far.

DFW also houses top players in the telecom, manufacturing, and financial services sectors. Here you’ll find the likes of AT&T, Samsung Telecommunications America, Texas Instruments, Ericsson, American Airlines, Nokia, and many others.

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Dallas-Fort Worth Is Primed for Unprecedented Industrial Development

The level of interest for logistics and industrial properties in DFW has grown dramatically. This time, interested investors do not come only from the US but also come from other international locations like Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

Different sources of capital are continuously being invested into around the Dallas-Fort Worth area for many reasons.

Some of These Include:

  • Dallas has an environment that supports business growth with an increase in population and a decrease in the cost of doing business.
  • DFW is a central point when it comes to supply chain operations in the United States.
  • The current market fundamentals in the metro area are highly attractive to investors. These fundamentals continue to grow in strength and depth.
  • It is believed that Texas in general and DFW, in particular, will keep outpacing other destinations in the country in terms of job growth and population.
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How We Play Our Part at CSI

As Dallas-Fort Worth continues its march towards industrial redevelopment, the construction industry will have to draw on some of its best materials to meet the needs of an ever-growing population. Steel is proving to be a top choice again and again.

Structural steel is highly preferred among engineers, architects, and other professionals in the construction industry—and for a good reason. As the demand for steel continues to grow, we at Capital Steel Industries play an active role in meeting those needs. We are a coalition of local steel building dealers and contractors who are trained and certified to deliver steel building kits that consistently exceed expectations.

Get more information about ongoing opportunities for local contractors and construction companies.

This is an image of a Texas steel building installed by CSI. It's an industrial structure that is gray with red doors.