Montgomery County Officials are working with demolition contractors and The Woodlands Township to prepare for a planned demolition project slated to take place over the next 6 weeks, culminating with the implosion of the existing 11 story Timberloch building on the site.
The existing parking structure next to the tower will be demolished first by conventional means over the next few weeks, while preparations and planning continues for the implosion, tentatively scheduled for the middle of April.
The Montgomery County Fire Marshal’s Office will be reviewing the plans for the implosion project, in collaboration with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Township Officials and the Pct. 3 Constable’s Office.
Officials with Montgomery County Pct. 3 Commissioner James Noack’s office will be working with the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office to review the demolition project’s traffic plans to minimize any impact to residents and visitors.
Additional updates will be provided as the project moves forward.
NursebettytxRating: 3 Mar 15 2017, 2:45pm ~ 1 mo, 15 days ago.
That's just dumb . That's a relatively new building and with all the companies that seem to want to move here, it makes no sense . Surely Anadarko could sell it ? I don't think tearing down a building that went up in 1998 is sensible .Driving thru the woodlands area , today I saw what looked more strip malls right next to other strip malls that aren t filled up. One was next to the Sam Moon Center and i know that is technically not the woodlands but how much more ugly concrete builds do we need ?
Over this past week, I've been going to places I haven't been by in the past year or two. Let me tell you the first building that St Anthony of Padua is erecting is the ugliest thing , I've seen in a while . I ve seen stables that look better than that. The trees looked better by a mile. If they have to build , can't things look better than what is there now ? I would have stopped to take a picture to post ,but of course a large piece of machinery was in the area halfway blocking the street . I am glad that's not my neighborhood.
FrankieRating: 3 Mar 15 2017, 10:46pm ~ 1 mo, 15 days ago.
Could there be an issue with it? Structural, environmental? Or is the land what is desired for mid rises or townhouses? 1998 is not a teardown candidate normally. Maybe MorningWalker will get the workers talking. 😂
Anadarko put A lot of $ into REDOing the interior of that GORGEOUS BUILDING ! i heard it is costing them a $1m dollars a month to maintain it EMPTY, since the Oil downgrade ! they own the lake/water area in front also! also they will not be able to build for at least 2 years !?! they must have some long term Plan in Mind ! that would be an XLNT Residential High Rise location !?!