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Construction
In all its construction projects, R. A. Galindo, Inc. endeavors to insure quality craftsmanship, aesthetic appeal, architectural innovation, contemporary amenities and outstanding value.

R.A. Galindo, Inc.'s Construction Division serves the Galindo Group's own building needs exclusively. It does not bid on jobs for third party owners. In the late 1970's through the early 1980's the Division's activity was primarily residential construction. Homes were built in Westwood Estates, Villa West, La Brisa, University Park, Shirewood, and other small R. A. Galindo subdivisions in Brazos County.

Commercial building construction projects are exemplified by the Galindo Plaza that contains the Aerofit Health Fitness Center and the Galindo Group office head-quarters. Aerofit is the premier private health fitness club facility in the Bryan/College Station area. Since 2004 the Galindo Group office head-quarters is a landmark architectural master piece that contributes to the business landscape.

These are examples of amenities that will enhance the quality of life and the appearance of the city and surrounding areas for many years to come developed and built by the Galindo Group.

In the 1990's, R. A. Galindo's construction projects have been, primarily multi-family apartment communities of 100 or more units. Spring Heights fourplexes, a 144 unit development in College Station was built in 1983. West University Oaks, a 104 unit complex in Bryan, Texas, was completed in 1994. Middle Brook Gardens, located in Cedar Park, Texas, 20 miles Northwest of Austin, is a 416 unit community built in 1998 and 2001, Royal Oaks Gardens, 168 units in Bryan-College Station was built in 1999.

In 2009 and 2010 additions to Royal Oaks Gardens and West University Gardens increased the size of these complexes to 192 and 128 units respectively. In 2011/2012 the second phase of the Dominion Oaks subdivision was build to provide move-up single family homes for the growing professional population in Bryan's West Villa Maria corridor.