Frisco’s Universal Kids Resort just got one step closer to becoming a reality. Dallas-based Moss Utilities was contracted for the site utilities at the upcoming theme park.
According to a LinkedIn post (via The Dallas Business Journal), once McKinney-based RPM xConstruction finished moving the existing dirt on the property, Moss Utilities' work will begin. The company will handle wet utilities for the project, but it is unclear who will complete the electrical utilities.
“This is a big project for us with tons of pipe and lots of storm drainage and structures,” Moss Utilities President Garrett Moss said in the post. “We are excited for our first project with this general contractor.”
As Local Profile previously reported, progress on the new concept is well underway following a groundbreaking in November. Universal Kids Resort will drive immediate economic impact for the region, creating thousands of jobs including more than 2,500 new construction jobs. Throughout the project, the company will remain focused on ensuring the resort adds value and positively serves the community. In December 2023, Mayor Jeff Cheney announced the resort will open in mid-2026.
“Being part of the incredible growth in Frisco, TX and surrounding areas is especially rewarding for me,” Moss said. “What an incredible project we are blessed to be a part of.”