On March 11, 2011, Malitz Construction, Inc. joined with the Healy-Murphy Center and its Board of Directors in a ground breaking ceremony to renovate and restore the historic school for at-risk youth. This project will be the first of this scale in the school's 120 year history.

On March 11, 2010, Malitz Construction, Inc. celebrated it's 25th Anniversary with friends and colleagues at the Malitz Construction offices. Thanks to everyone who contributed to making our first 25 years a success. We look forward to another 25 years of serving our customers.

John Malitz and Malitz Construction, Inc. were featured in San Antonio Construction News May 2010 Spotlight article. Click here to read the article.


On April 1, 2011 the San Antonio Downtown Alliance awarded Ricos Products Company with a BEST Award for Best Adaptive Use. Malitz Construction, Inc. was the General Contractor on this project and worked closely with Ricos Products Company to renovate and restore the conglomeration of abandoned warehouse buildings and automotive shops into a new 18,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Ricos Products Company as well as a Cash & Carry retail space.

The American Subcontractors Association of San Antonio nominated Malitz Construction, Inc. and Petty Ranch Company for their 2010 Excellence in Construction Awards for Project of the Year Between $5-10 Million. Thank you to the ASA of San Antonio for this honor.

In November, 2010 Trinity University's Miller Hall recieved LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, making it the first higher education building in San Antonio to recieve such any LEED certification. Malitz Construction, Inc. was the General Contractor on this project, which involved a complete interior renovation and overhaul of the mechanical and plumbing systems. For more information about the project and about LEED certification, please click here

Malitz Construction, Inc. was awarded an Honorable Mention by the City of San Antonio Green Building Awards Program for our work at Miller Hall on the Trinity University campus in 2009. Thank you to Marmon Mok Architecture and the City of San Antonio Green Building Program for this honor.