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DBS Group to prepare Onalaska site for development

Venture Pass Partners LLC has selected DBS Group to develop and build the infrastructure for a new Onalaska commercial development at the intersection of Highway 16 and South Kinney Coulee Road. DBS Groups will make way for two commercial projects on the three-acre site. One will be the home of a future national fast-casual restaurant…

David Reay’s partners with DBS Group to expand patio

David Reay’s Modern Diner + Tavern has retained DBS Group as design-builder for a patio expansion. The planned patio expansion at the SW corner of the building will help accommodate additional demand for outdoor seating and will also be available by reservation for private events. Construction is scheduled to start mid-May, with completion by the…

DBS Group to build three new Pizza Hut restaurants

DBS Group has been selected to build three new Pizza Hut restaurants in Texas. The design-build company will build a new, ground-up Pizza Hut on S. Grand in Amarillo, Texas.

Ghost kitchens get cooking in vacant mall space

At the intersection of food delivery and vacant mall space, a new commercial real estate trend has emerged: the ghost kitchen.

DBS Group completes second Uncork’d

DBS Group built a new 4,130-square-foot wine bar and resturant, Uncork’d, in Frisco, TX.

2020 Commercial Construction Trend Report shows pockets of opportunity

As we look ahead to 2020, experts are calling for slower economic growth, meaning development and investment decisions must focus where opportunity is greatest.

DBS Group to build out new Uncork’d

Uncork’d,  a Texas-based wine bar and restaurant, has contracted with DBS Group to build a second location.

A LOOK AT HOW THE SKOGENS SPEND THEIR DASH

We have a new video of the Skogens’ project on 2nd Avenue in Onalaska to share. It’s an aerial view of David Reay’s and Dash-Park.

DBS GROUP BEGINS WORK ON QDOBA IN WINONA

DBS Group has been selected to design and build a new, ground-up Qdoba restaurant at 950 Frontenac Drive in Winona, MN. The project has required extensive preliminary work due to poor sub-soils.

Commercial construction trends and opportunities today

Commercial construction continues to ride a wave of success and high demand in 2019. Opportunities abound for those who are savvy and eager to ride the wave.