Ark Enterprises, Inc is not just another contractor,"
states Andy Garcia proudly.
"It is a team of highly skilled and experienced personnel
who knows what it takes to design entire projects and building
systems from the ground up."
Dedicated to a philosophy of personalized customer service,
Garcia and his staff are leaving their mark on the City of
Laredo and South Texas.
a well known fact that in any community, the construction
sector mirrors the strength or weakness of the economy. The
real estate industry in Houston and Dallas, for example, was
devastated in the mid 80's as a result of the S&L debacle.
Likewise, construction figures in Laredo for 1983 reflect
the negative impact of the devaluation of the Mexican peso.
However, in the early and mid 90's, construction in Laredo
is showing a steady upward climb. With a population of 155,000,
this city on the Texas-Mexico border is reporting construction
activity about one-sixth that of Dallas, a city with a population
of 2,665,100, and double that of McAllen's, its major competitor
on the border.
What has this meant for local contractors?
For Andres Garcia and White Ark Enterprises,
Inc it has meant the call to action.
This unbridled expansion in commercial and residential construction
has given White Ark the opportunity to complete, and prove
itself against well established giants.