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About Lexicon, Inc.

Watch Video Lexicon offers a unique combination of capabilities. Our services include construction management, fabrication, erection, mechanical installation, and plant maintenance for heavy industrial, commercial, and roadway projects, as well as a full spectrum of golf course construction and management services.

Our headquarters is in Little Rock, Arkansas, and our company is comprised ofthe following four divisions and their specialties:

Schueck Steel specializes in structural steel erection, mechanical equipment installation, construction management, and plant maintenance (including shutdown/turnaround services).

Prospect Steel specializes in structural steel fabrication and erection.

Custom Metals specializes in plate and sheet metal fabrication, installation, and maintenance.

Heritage Links specializes in golf course construction.

Construction Services

Arial View of the Shueck facility

Lexicon, Inc.
Ellery May
8900 Fourche Dam Pike
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Phone: 501-490-2300
Toll Free: 800-925-4565
schuecksales@lexicon-inc.com

Lexicon, Inc.

Lexicon, Inc. has helped shape the landscape of industry in our country for over 40 years. Today, Lexicon, Inc. continues this tradition by practicing and applying the same principals founder Tom Schueck implemented in 1968: providing superior service at a fair price.

Lexicon, Inc. is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, and our employees work approximately two million man-hours annually. We specialize in structural steel erection, mechanical equipment installation, construction management, and plant maintenance (including shutdown/turnaround services).

Lexicon, Inc. Oil & Gas Division specializes in civil and piping infrastructure work along with mechanical installations in the oil and chemical storage industries.

Lexicon, Inc. is an AISC Advanced Steel Erector.

Steel Erection

Lexicon, Inc. is a leading erector of complex steel structures in the United States. Our track record for delivering projects safely, on time, and within budget has fueled our continued growth. Through attention to the smallest details of construction and design, Lexicon, Inc. sets itself apart from the competition. Open information exchange between our customers, suppliers, and Lexicon, Inc. provides seamless execution of our projects.

Our motto, "Built on Safety" is the key to our success. Our customers demand exemplary safety performance which we must deliver every day. Safety is driven by the senior management team through active participation, positive motivation, and an unsurpassed desire to prevent all injuries. Our safety and quality efforts are closely bonded, and, as a result, Lexicon, Inc. has earned and maintains the prestigious Advanced Certified Steel Erector certification from AISC.

When you enter into a relationship with Lexicon, Inc., you are hiring more than a contractor - you are gaining a business partner. Through unparalleled execution, our commitment to assisting business partners in maximizing profits while reducing overall project risk is unmatched in the industry. Beginning with sales and continuing through project closeout, our team members are knowledgeable and skilled.

Mechanical & Equipment Installation

For 25 years, Lexicon, Inc. has been a leader in mechanical installations for the construction and renovation of steel mills. We have the experience and capabilities to install furnaces, mill stands, presses, motors, bridge cranes, and many other large mechanical devices.

Today, Lexicon, Inc. is one of the most experienced contractors in steel mill mechanical equipment installations. And, our expertise allows us to serve other industries as well, including the cement, power, and mining industries.

Plant Maintenance

Over the last 25 years, Lexicon, Inc. has become an expert in performing maintenance for industrial facilities. In fact, we currently have permanent maintenance operations in 10 facilities.

With our permanent maintenance personnel and our new construction group personnel, we are also able to perform "outage" or "shutdown" services. We routinely staff outages with up to 500 personnel, and we can perform these outages whether or not we have a permanent maintenance presence in your facility.

Oil & Gas Industry

Terminals

  • Oiltanking - 2003 - Present
    • Houston, TX
    • Texas City, TX
  • Intercontinental Terminal Company � 1999 - present
    • Deer Park, TX
    • Pasadena, TX
  • Magellan - 2006 - 2014
    • Houston, TX
    • Corpus Christi, TX
  • Stolthaven - 2003
    • Houston, TX
  • Terminal 1
  • Terminal 2
  • Terminal 3

Refineries

  • ALON 2012 - 2013
    • Krotz Springs, LA
  • Wyoming Refining - 2010
    • Newcastle, WY
  • Valero 2004 - 2008
    • Ardmore, OK
    • Krotz Springs, LA
  • Refinery 1
  • Refinery 2

Ship & Barge Dock Terminal Loading Facility

  • Oiltanking - 2003 - 2015
    • Houston, TX
    • Texas City, TX
  • Vopak - 2009-2012
    • Deer Park, TX
  • ITC - 1999 - present
    • Deer Park, TX
    • Pasadena, TX
  • Dock Terminal 1
  • Dock Terminal 2

Petrochemical

  • Braskem - 2011-2014
    • La Porte, TX
  • Oxychem - 2011
    • La Porte, TX
  • Formosa - 1998
    • Point Comfort, TX
  • Petrochemical 1
  • Petrochemical 2

Gas Processing

  • Tall Oak Midstream - 2015
    • Cashion, OK
  • PSI Midstream - 2014-2015
    • Kaplan, LA
  • Enterprise 2006 - 2013
    • Multiple projects - TX, CO, WY
  • Hess - 2008-2010
    • Seminole, TX
  • Gas Processing 1
  • Gas Processing 2
  • Gass Processing 3

Alternative Fuels

  • Dynamic Fuels
    • Geismar, LA 2009-2010
  • KiOR
    • Pasadena, TX 2009-2010

Employment

Nothing is more important to Lexicon, Inc. than the welfare of our employees. Our company values each associate, encouraging personal growth through continuing education and professional development.

We attribute the continued success of our company to the many employees who have been with our company for a long time. Our associates, on average, have spent 10 years or more with us � and all are viewed as part of our family. At Lexicon, Inc., you do not have just a job, you have an opportunity.

Through our insurance and retirement savings, coupled with vacation time and paid holidays, we make the satisfaction and well-being of our people a priority.

Lexicon, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about employment opportunities, please contact hr@lexgrpinc.com or call 800.925.4565 and ask for the Human Resources Department.

Current Employment Opportunities

Maintenance Mechanic
Posted on 4 August 2017 | 2:21 pm

Position Summary

The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for all repairs and maintenance of equipment and support structures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Repair and maintain, in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, and manufacturer’s specifications, machinery and mechanical equipment.
  • Observe mechanical devices in operation and listens to their sounds to locate causes of trouble.
  • Dismantle devices to gain access to and remove defective parts.
  • Examine form and texture of parts to detect imperfections.  Inspect used parts to determine changes in dimensional requirements including rigging.
  • Adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments.  Repairs or replaces defective parts.
  • Install special functional and structural parts in devices; start devices to test their performance.  Lubricates and cleans parts.
  • Responsible for adhering to all company safety and QA/QC programs and OSHA regulations.
  • The ability to work overtime and regular, punctual attendance is required.
  • Perform non-essential functions as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum of two years of experience as a maintenance mechanic is required to include gas, diesel, pneumatics and hydraulic equipment.  Certificate of welding ability is preferred.  Must have all required hand tools.

Physical Demands

Must be able to lift in excess of 100 pounds frequently.  Must be able to lift your own weight while climbing ladders, steel bracing, stairs, etc.  Must be able to climb to heights in excess of 300 feet.  Excessive amounts of pulling/pushing at least 100 pounds frequently.  Must be able to crawl in small or tight places.  Job requires excessive amounts of bending, stooping, and carrying.  Exposed to extreme temperatures.  Must be able to work in a dusty and noisy work environment.  Must be able to be around high voltage electromagnetic fields.

The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be considered an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  I have reviewed, understand and can perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Structural Ironworker
Posted on 4 August 2017 | 2:20 pm

Position Summary

Structural Ironworkers raise, place, and unite iron or steel girders, columns, and other structural members to form completed structures or structural framework.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Read specifications and blueprints to determine the locations, quantities, and sizes of materials required.
  • Connect columns, beams, and girders with bolts, following blueprints and instructions from supervisors.
  • Hoist steel beams, girders, and columns into place, using cranes, or signal hoisting equipment operators to lift and position structural members.
  • Bolt aligned structural steel members in position for permanent riveting, bolting, or welding into place.
  • Guide girders or other structural steel members to position them into place.
  • Cut, bend, and weld steel pieces, using metal shears, torches and welding equipment.
  • Fasten structural steel members to hoist cables, using chains, cables, or rope.
  • Force structural steel members into final positions, using turnbuckles, crowbars, jacks, and hand tools.
  • Dismantle and assemble structures and equipment.
  • Comply with all company safety and QA/QC program and OSHA regulations.
  • he ability to work overtime and regular, punctual attendance is required.
  • Performs non-essential functions as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a Structural Steel Ironworker is required.  Must have all required hand tools.  Must be able to read and understand structural drawings as well as company policies.  Welding certification papers preferred.

Physical Demands

Must be able to lift in excess of 100 pounds frequently on the job.  Must be able to climb in excess of 300 feet.  Must be able to pull own weight when climbing steel bracing or ladders.  Frequent amounts of bending, stooping, lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling.  Exposed to extreme temperatures.  Must be able to tolerate loud noises.  Must be able to work in dusty environment and around high voltage electromagnetic fields.

The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be considered an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  I have reviewed, understand and can perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Welder (Field)
Posted on 4 August 2017 | 2:18 pm

Position Summary:  A welder is responsible for welding fabricated components to assemble structural forms.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Select equipment and plan layout, assembly, and welding applying proper welding techniques.
  • Lay out, position, align, and fit components together.
  • Bolt, clamp and tack-weld parts to secure in position for welding.
  • Set up equipment and welds parts, using arc welding equipment.
  • May assemble parts by bolting.
  • May repair products by dismantling, straightening, reshaping and reassembling parts using cutting torch, straightening press and other hand tools.
  • Responsible for adhering to all company safety and OSHA regulations.
  • Responsible for adhering to Quality Assurance Program regulations.
  • The ability to work overtime and regular, punctual attendance is required.
  • Perform non-essential duties as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:  Minimum 3 years’ experience as a welder, preferably on a construction site.  Must either be certified or capable of passing a welding certification test.  Must be able to read and comprehend welding instructions.  Must be able to read a tape measure.  Must have all required welding tools necessary to perform the above listed duties.

Physical Demands:  Must be able to lift in excess of 100 pounds frequently on the job.  Must be able to climb in excess of 300 feet.  Must be able to pull own weight when climbing steel bracing or ladders.  Frequent amounts of bending, stooping, lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling.  Exposed to extreme temperatures.  Must be able to tolerate loud noises.  Must be able to work in dusty environment and around high voltage electromagnetic fields.

The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be considered an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  I have reviewed, understand and can perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Prospect Steel

Arial View of the Prospect Steel facility Michael Hupp
8900 Fourche Dam Pike
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Phone: 501-490-2300
Toll Free: 800-925-4565
prospectsales@lexicon-inc.com

About

Prospect Steel has grown into one of the largest and most sophisticated structural steel fabrication and erection contractors in the country over the last 30 years. We have the ability to design, fabricate, deliver, manage, and erect complicated steel structures. We also supply and coordinate the installation of joist, deck, grating and miscellaneous steel.

Prospect Steel offers services for all types of bridges and industrial facilities, including steel mills, power plants, and automobile plants. We provide services in the commercial market as well. Among our commercial market offerings are services for high-rise offices, residential towers, convention centers, arenas, and health care facilities. Prospect Steel also provides services in the rail and highway bridge industry.

Prospect Steel is an AISC certified fabricator. We are proud to hold AISC's highest level of certification.

Capabilities

Prospect Steel utilizes approximately 400,000 square feet of fabrication space.

We utilize CNC controlled equipment. This includes burn tables, plasma tables, drill lines, punch lines, and automated scribers for fitting. We have overhead crane capacity up to 80 tons. Prospect Steel can fabricate all aspects of your project, but we specialize in heavy columns and girders. We lead the industry in fabricating plate girders to meet Technical Report 13 requirements. Prospect Steel is also a full-service bridge fabrication company. We are capable of fabricating simple beam bridges as well as bascule and pivot bridges. Our ability to fabricate plate girders allows us to specialize in girders with sweep and camber.

Our facility in Little Rock is located in an industrial port, with easy access to barge loading and nearby interstates. Our facility in northeast Arkansas is located within a few miles of the Mississippi River, with easy interstate and barge-loading access as well. The central locations of both shops give us an outstanding ability to ship anywhere in the United States by truck, rail, or barge. Prospect Steel's locations give it an immediate advantage due to its proximity to Nucor Yamato in Blytheville, Arkansas. This reduces our inbound freight allowing us to be competitive in markets across the country.

Prospect Steel's method of running a project is second to none. We utilize BIM Technology on all of our projects. We place a project manager at the job site on all complex projects to coordinate fabrication, sequencing, delivery, erecting, and field corrections.

Prospect Steel is an industry leader when it comes to electronic data submission between all stakeholders on a project. We routinely utilize our models to work within a virtual job to expedite approval, the RFI process, sequencing, and scheduling.

Certifications

Prospect Steel is certified by the AISC for:

  • Steel Building Structures
  • Simple Steel Bridges
  • Major Steel Bridges
  • Sophisticated Paint Endorsement
  • Fracture Critical Endorsement

Prospect Steel is an AWS Certified Welding Fabricator.

AWS Certified Welding Fabricator Logo Prospect Steel Is Certified by the American Institute of Steel Construction
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Employment

Nothing is more important to Prospect Steel than the welfare of our employees. Our company values each employee, encouraging personal growth through continuing education and professional development.

We attribute the continued success of our company to the many employees who have been with our company for a long time. Our employees, on average, have spent 10 years or more with us – and all are viewed as part of our family. At Prospect Steel, you do not have just a job, you have an opportunity.

Through our insurance and retirement savings, coupled with vacation time and paid holidays, we make the satisfaction and well-being of our people a priority.

Prospect Steel is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about employment opportunities, please contact hr@lexgrpinc.com or call 800.925.4565 and ask for the Human Resources Department.

Current Employment Opportunities

Maintenance Mechanic
Posted on 8 August 2017 | 4:44 pm

Position Summary

The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for all repairs and maintenance of equipment and support structures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Repair and maintain, in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, and manufacturer’s specifications, machinery and mechanical equipment.
  • Observe mechanical devices in operation and listens to their sounds to locate causes of trouble.
  • Dismantle devices to gain access to and remove defective parts.
  • Examine form and texture of parts to detect imperfections.  Inspect used parts to determine changes in dimensional requirements including rigging.
  • Adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments.  Repairs or replaces defective parts.
  • Install special functional and structural parts in devices; start devices to test their performance.  Lubricates and cleans parts.
  • Responsible for adhering to all company safety and QA/QC programs and OSHA regulations.
  • The ability to work overtime and regular, punctual attendance is required.
  • Perform non-essential functions as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum of two years of experience as a maintenance mechanic is required to include gas, diesel, pneumatics and hydraulic equipment.  Certificate of welding ability is preferred.  Must have all required hand tools.

Physical Demands

Must be able to lift in excess of 100 pounds frequently.  Must be able to lift your own weight while climbing ladders, steel bracing, stairs, etc.  Must be able to climb to heights in excess of 300 feet.  Excessive amounts of pulling/pushing at least 100 pounds frequently.  Must be able to crawl in small or tight places.  Job requires excessive amounts of bending, stooping, and carrying.  Exposed to extreme temperatures.  Must be able to work in a dusty and noisy work environment.  Must be able to be around high voltage electromagnetic fields.

The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be considered an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities.  I have reviewed, understand and can perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Class B Welder
Posted on 8 August 2017 | 4:42 pm

Position Summary

The Class B Welder is responsible for welding material according to specifications of job orders.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Receive and understand welding symbols and select proper welding material needed to finish for fitting, painting, and shipping.
  • Locate pieces approved by Quality Control for welding.  Gather equipment necessary to complete the job.
  • Clean welded pieces for next phase of processing.
  • Responsible for adhering to all company safety and QA/QC programs and OSHA regulations.
  • The ability to work overtime and regular, punctual attendance is required.
    Perform non-essential functions as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum of two years’ welding experience required.  Must be able to read and comprehend welding symbols and instructions.  Must be able to read and understand structural drawings.  Must be able to pass a tape measure test.  Must have ability to pass an unlimited thickness groove plat test in the vertical and overhead positions using FCAW and SMAW.  Must be able to carbon arc gouge the back side of butt joints to sound metal.

Physical Demands

Ability to lift at least 100 pounds frequently.  Excessive amounts of overtime and weekend work.  Job requires excessive amounts of bending and stooping in order to weld in difficult positions.  Must be able to tolerate a dusty and noisy work environment.  Must be able to tolerate to extreme temperatures.

The Company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be considered an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities. I have reviewed, understand and can perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Custom Metals

Arial View of the Custom Metals facility Rusty Loyd
8900 Fourche Dam Pike
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Phone: 501-490-2300
Toll Free: 800-925-4565
customsales@lexicon-inc.com

About

Custom Metals was founded in 1974, and has made a name for itself pioneering innovations in sheet metal and plate fabrication, installation, and maintenance. Custom Metals serves a broad range of industries, including steel, power, cement, pulp and paper, food processing, and petrochemical.

From our origins as an HVAC fabricator, Custom Metals has grown into one of the largest heavy plate fabricators in America. We still operate a large HVAC shop today, and we specialize in complex projects, such as elevated ductwork, hoppers, and pressure vessels.

At Custom Metals, we shop-assemble all pieces to ensure that, once delivered, the pieces will fit. We bring value-engineering ideas to the table during fabrication, transportation, and erecting. Custom Metals offers field assembly of our shop-fabricated platework and we can utilize our sister company Schueck Steel in order to offer complete installation of our fabricated platework.

Capabilities

Custom Metals has three fabrication facilities in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Jonesboro, Arkansas. Our state-of-the-art heavy-plate shop in Little Rock was built in 2007, and spans 120,000 square feet. This shop contains 10 overhead cranes with lifting capacities of up to 80 tons and hook heights up to 40 feet.

Our Little Rock facility uses CNC-controlled burn tables, and it has plate-rolls capable of rolling plates up to 2.5 inches thick. We also have the ability to fabricate miscellaneous structural steel that is associated with our plate fabrication projects.

Custom Metals has an additional 25,000-square-foot HVAC shop in Little Rock with the ability to fabricate large commercial and industrial HVAC projects. Our 14,000-square-foot shop in Jonesboro can fabricate HVAC ductwork, lighter weight steel ductwork, and miscellaneous structural steel.

Custom Metals has a proven track record with USDA and FDA projects in the meat, poultry, dairy, bakery, and cereal processing markets. Our facilities in both Little Rock and Jonesboro specialize in stainless food processing fabrication, installation, and plant maintenance. Our Jonesboro facility serves as a hub for a significant plant maintenance operation.

All of our shops have the ability to work with a wide range of steel, including A36, A752 Grade 50, 516 Grade 70, aluminum, and chromalloy.

Our Little Rock facilities have the ability to ship by truck, rail, and barge. Depending on the project destination and offload capabilities, we also have the ability to provide shop-assembly of large pieces shipped by barge.

Certifications

Custom Metals is accredited by the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, as well as the National Boiler Code. We hold U, R, PP, and S stamps for vessel fabrication, modification and repair, and the installation of power piping systems.

Our documented quality assurance program provides in-house inspection and testing services to ensure compliance to customer and accreditation specifications.

Employment

Nothing is more important to Custom Metals than the welfare of our employees. Our company values each employee, encouraging personal growth through continuing education and professional development.

We attribute the continued success of our company to the many associates who have been with our company for a long time. Our employees, on average, have spent 10 years or more with us – and all are viewed as part of our family. At Custom Metals, you do not have just a job, you have an opportunity.

Through our insurance and retirement savings, coupled with vacation time and paid holidays, we make the satisfaction and well-being of our people a priority.

Custom Metals is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about employment opportunities, please contact hr@lexgrpinc.com or call 800.925.4565 and ask for the Human Resources Department.

Current Employment Opportunities

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Heritage Links

Heritage Links looks forward to assisting you with your golf course requirements. Please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your interest in Heritage Links.

13131 Champions Drive, Suite 105
Houston, TX 77069
Phone: 281-866-0909
heritageinfo@heritage-links.com

About

Heritage Links is a "Certified Builder" by the Golf Course Builders Association of America. Being a certified builder indicates that Heritage Links is one of the few companies at the pinnacle of the industry and has achieved the highest standard within the golf course construction industry over the past five years.

The golf courses Heritage Links has been associated with have been some of the best-known and the most recognizable in the world. Heritage Links was the recipient of the "Builders Excellence Award" by Golf Industry in 2007 and 2008 for their work associated with Liberty National and Chambers Bay.

The dedication to the industry is something Heritage Links has realized is important and is proud of having over 75 years of golf course experience within the management of the company. This dedication is also shown in the attention to detail of every project approached and the quality of workmanship that has been completed on their golf courses.

Golf Course Construction

Heritage Links provides world-class, comprehensive construction management services for domestic and international projects, spanning a broad spectrum of clients from golf course owners to land developers among the private and municipal sectors. Our total-project approach and leading-edge construction technologies provide seamless integration between engineering and design services coupled with procurement activities and project implementation.

By incorporating our 15+ years of construction expertise early in each phase of a project's life cycle, we can help generate significant project savings for our clients by proactively anticipating, identifying and overcoming potential project challenges.

Heritage Links has both construction management and selfperform capabilities, and maintains one of the most flexible labor postures in the industry. We employ professional personnel, flexible procedures and advanced software systems to select only the optimum available resources for a specific project. After selection, we continuously manage and measure daily cost performance with key selection criteria including safety, quality, total project cost and timely completion.

Heritage Links also maintains strategic relationships with suppliers and contractors across the countries that are experts in their focus areas and have a proven history with Heritage Links of providing excellence in execution and performance.

Heritage Links looks forward to being yuor construction advocate for:

  • Feasibility Planning
  • Pre-construction Planning and Constructability Review
  • Construction Management
  • Materials Procurement
  • Start-up and Commissioning
  • Operations and Maintenance

Management/Consulting

Specialized Services

  • Club & Resort Operations
  • Construction Management
  • Golf Course Agronomy & Environmental Maintenance
  • Membership Development & Relations
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Food & Beverage Services
  • Retail Action Planning
  • Capital Planning
  • Due Diligence & Development Services

Each facility has its own unique challenges and opportunities. By understanding the client's goals and visions, Heritage Links shapes its management or consulting approach to the particular facility. A complete operational evaluation is conducted in order to recommend operating expense and revenue enhancement recommendations for increased profitability. Through Heritage Links efficient business practices, all properties will deliver high levels of member/guests service and excellent turf conditions.

Expertise

Heritage Links offers developers a diverse range of services that includes a detailed, computer-aided site analysis, digital terrain modeling, comprehensive construction management, and golf course renovation services. By blending its expertise with that of renowned architects on a variety of projects, Heritage Links has secured a strong record, solid industry relationship, and proven administrative capabilities.

There are many ways that the firm helps a developer transform their visions into reality. Prior to construction, Heritage Links reviews the site to determine building suitability as well as the costs and schedules associated with construction. As a general contractor, Heritage Links provides all the essential components from machinery, materials, labor, and management. Through the efficient utilization of these resources, we insure the quality, playability, and aesthetic component of the final product. Heritage Links' ability to integrate an architect's vision into the shaping process insures a true reflection of the design philosophy.

Executive Team

Jon O'Donnell

Jon O'Donnell

Division President

Jon P. O'Donnell has over 25 years of experience in the golf course industry including golf course construction, development services, and golf course maintenance. His current role as Division President of Heritage Links allows him to utilize these years of experience and relationships in the industry that have been created over the years.

He started his career in golf course maintenance after graduating from Penn State University in 1987 where he then worked at courses such as Augusta National Golf Club and then went on to manage the facility at the Vintage Club in Indian Wells, California.

After a decision for a career re-direction he started in the golf course construction industry. This determination had him building golf courses from California to China and from India to the Philippines. After spending 9 years in Singapore and building several dozen courses throughout the Pacific Rim, he returned to the US where he resides in Houston, Texas and attends to the day-to-day operation of Certified Golf Course Builder, Heritage Links.

Oscar Rodriguez

Oscar Rodriguez

Vice President

Oscar Rodriquez brings over twenty years of experience in golf course construction to his role as Vice President of Heritage Links. He has built his career working in executive roles at other highly regarded companies, including serving as past president or vice president for three competitors.

Through these years of experience, Oscar has built a wealth of long standing relationships and industry contacts which fuel Heritage Links business and project development. He is also responsible for all aspects of project management including scheduling, coordination, and control of construction activities

Oscar is an active industry member and has contributed to numerous golf course industry associations. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Golf Course Builders Association of America, acted as their Chairman of Education Committee, and is a current member of Golf Inc.'s annual award selection panel.

Tim Hubbard

Tim Hubbard

Senior Project Manager

Tim Hubbard began his career in the golf course industry while studying at South Dakota State University where he majored in Landscape Design. His 22 years of experience in the industry has included golf course maintenance, construction, and most notably golf course irrigation.

Tim started his golf course career doing maintenance in the summers while attending school. After graduating, he went on the road building courses across the country. He was in the field for 5 years before moving into a project management position. From here, Tim managed golf course irrigation projects, construction projects and park development projects.

The experience and relationships Tim has created over the years are a great asset to our company. In his role as our Senior Project Manager, Tim will ensure our clients receive not only a quality product but also a quality experience through the project. Tim will also be developing our irrigation and park departments.

Doug Wright

Doug Wright

Project Manager

Doug has been a student and professional of golf course construction, design, and maintenance since the age of 18, and has held positions in all three of those respective areas of the golf industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University with focuses in hydrology and construction management.

In his role as Project Manager with Heritage Links Doug is often one of the first contact that many clients make. His duties include administration of all preconstruction activities and the execution of project management during the construction phase. His education in engineering provides Doug the ability to oversee the technical aspects of golf course construction. Doug's architectural passion and skills also provides clients and architects the assurance that Heritage Links will match the design goals of any project.

He was awarded the winning design in LINKS Magazine's first annual design contest, being selected from over 1,100 individuals. Doug is also a notable landscape photographer who's work has been featured in the AMC's Outdoors Magazine, the Houston Business Journal, and the marketing material for various golf courses.

Employment

Nothing is more important to Heritage Links than the welfare of our employees. Our company values each employee, encouraging personal growth through continuing education and professional development.

We attribute the continued success of our company to the many associates who have been with our company for a long time. Our employees, on average, have spent 10 years or more with us – and all are viewed as part of our family. At Heritage Links, you do not have just a job, you have an opportunity.

Through our insurance and retirement savings, coupled with vacation time and paid holidays, we make the satisfaction and well-being of our people a priority.

Heritage Links is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about employment opportunities, please contact hr@lexgrpinc.com or call 800.925.4565 and ask for the Human Resources Department.

Current Employment Opportunities

No Careers Posted

Check back later for available careers.