Building materials for the Houston Texans are being used to construct a football team’s facility, which is expected to be ready for the 2018 season.
The Houston Texans have been working with architects and designers to determine which materials will be used to build the stadium and practice fields.
The team’s new home is expected be completed in late 2021 or early 2022.
“We have an ambitious plan for the stadium, which includes many major elements,” Texans President and General Manager Rick Smith said.
“The most significant of those is the football team.
It is our highest priority, and our team has always had a strong foundation in our city, including the stadium.”
The team will be located in the heart of the city, within walking distance to the community, the Texas State Fairgrounds, the NRG Stadium, the new Harris County Stadium and the NRGP Arena.
“This includes the NRGS campus, the Harris County Courthouse and the Harris Stadium site.”
Construction on the new stadium is expected begin in 2021 and the facility will be completed by the 2021 season.
The facility will have a capacity of 2,400.
The new stadium will be the fourth indoor facility built for the NFL.
The Texans were founded in 1890 and play in the National Football League (NFL).
They won three Super Bowls from 1980-1989, winning in 1990 and again in 1994.
The team has had an impressive resume since its inception.
The franchise was founded in 1919 by Texan baseball legend Bob Gibson, who was also a founding member of the Houston Oilers.
Houston is a city with a rich history.
The city was the site of the first major American slave uprising in the American Revolution.
It was also home to the first African American governor of Texas.
The city was also the site where U.S. President Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by a mob in 1865.
Houston’s population has risen and the city has become a major hub for international commerce.
The state’s second-largest city has a population of 6 million people.