MYCON Completes Cinemark in Grand Prairie

McKinney, TX, June 18, 2015 – MYCON General Contractors has completed a $2.3 million renovation of the Cinemark movie theater located at 220 E. Westchester Parkway in Grand Prairie, Texas, according to Justin Jeffus, MYCON’s vice president of the retail division.

The 43,059 sf renovation involved numerous, multifaceted challenges, including:

  • converting the traditional 15 sloped floor auditoriums to state-of-the-art electric recliners,
  • renovating the corridors, restrooms, lobby, game room and back-of-house operations with improved finishes;
  • creating an interior ticket office and concession area with new casework, high-end finishes, and food service equipment;
  • updating the façade to promote the new interior upgrades; and
  • installing a 60-foot electric signage tower visible to the adjacent freeway.

“The building remained open during this extensive renovation,” says Jeffus, “but we believe this newly remodeled Cinemark will be well-received by theater patrons.”

In addition to MYCON General Contractors, the project team included TK Architects for design, structural and mechanical engineering.


Founded in 1987, MYCON is an award-winning general contractor serving diverse market sectors, including commercial office, industrial, healthcare, worship, retail and financial services, among others.  The company has completed hundreds of construction projects in the North Texas region.  Among MYCON’s high-profile projects are Parc 114 in Irving, McKinney Corporate Center at Craig Ranch, Dallas Logistics Hub in South Dallas and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Frisco. For more information, visit the company’s website at:

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