Category Archives: Denison

Denison approves new 66 acre housing development

Sycamore Springs in Denison featured by KXII.

Image from KXII

Denison city council approved a new housing development at Monday night’s meeting.

“A local developer picked up the property recently and approached the city about wanting to develop it for a single-family residential neighborhood,” said Bill Medina, Denison Senior Planner.

North of Morton Street between Ray Drive and Juanita Drive, what used to be an old farm will become a 66 acre housing development.

-KXII

Read more on the KXII website.

Our project in the Herald Democrat

We are excited to work on this project for QuikTrip in Denison.

“QuikTrip may soon be coming to north Denison with its third Texoma location. The convenience store and gas station chain quietly submitted requests for exceptions with the city of Denison for a new location along State Highway 120.”

Read more about it on the Herald Democrat website. https://www.heralddemocrat.com/story/news/2021/06/18/quiktrip-could-soon-build-first-denison-location/7739825002/

Jennifer Vilbig Lawson featured in the Denison Chamber of Commerce Newsletter

This week, Jennifer Vilbig Lawson, PE, was featured in the the Denison Chamber of Commerce’s newsletter. The member spotlight included a short interview. Read an excerpt below and the full document here.

Tell us a little about yourself.
Hi! I am Jennifer Vilbig Lawson. I am a 2nd generation civil engineer and native of Dallas. I am recently married and have a wild 2-year-old jack russel terrier. She keeps life interesting!

Tell us a little about your business.
Vilbig & Associates is civil engineering and surveying consulting firm that was founded by my parents in Dallas in 1983. We have been doing work in Grayson County for over 20 years, and we moved our office to Denison in 2017. We help small business owners, property owners, developers and municipalities with construction plans for water lines, sewer lines, parking lots, street, and landscape plans. We’re small but look forward to continuing to our growth. My parents are not retiring anytime soon, but when they do my brother, Tommy, who is also a civil engineer, and I will be ready to continue the tradition of the Vilbig family in Texas business since 1886.