Surge Homes has started initial development works for three residential projects in Houston, US.
The three projects will be located at Upper Richton in Upper Kirby, Museum Boulevard in the Museum District, and Parc at Midtown.
Site development works are underway for the projects, which involve demolition of old structures, site clean-up and construction of underground utilities for water, sewer, conduits for electricity, and paving.
Surge Homes development and construction VP David Modlin said: "When site development begins, you don't see vertical structures built immediately because there is a lot of underground work that has to be completed before homes can be constructed.
"This part of the process requires days without rain, but early in 2016, people will see vertical construction on each site."
While the Upper Richton development and the Museum Boulevard will feature new single-family homes and new townhouses, the Parc at Midtown will also include condominiums along with the townhouses, Sky Townhomes, and single-family homes.
Surge Homes co-owner Louis Conrad said: "These three communities offer a broad range of new home options in terms of home type, size, and price.
"Houstonians who are looking for well-established locations, great architecture, and refined European interior designs will be very pleased."
The firm had interacted with state residents to know about their preferences for home type, floor plans, designs and interior finishes before starting development works for the project.
Surge Homes partner Ben Lemieux said: "In the first part of 2016, people will be able to walk into model homes and see the quality of our products."