The construction boom hit Houston’s big bend ranch last year, as construction firms began to push into the historic property.
The ranch sits near the Texas-Mexico border, and the ranch has been in the hands of the Texas Department of Transportation since 2006.
The ranch is home to the Big Bend Creek, a natural and cultural wonderland of hundreds of thousands of trees, fish, plants, and wildlife.
The construction companies have been working to upgrade the property, but many have been left with a big problem: They can’t build on top of the water.
The Texas Department Of Transportation said it had approved the construction of an irrigation project in June that would use the ranch’s water for irrigation and water pumping.
Water is an important commodity in the industry.
In recent years, there has been a growing shortage of water in the country, according to the National Resources Defense Council.
And the boom in the Texas market has made it even more expensive to obtain water, as the prices for water are rising at a faster rate than the price of oil, according the Center for Energy Policy and Research.
The Big Bend is one of the few places in the United States where people can be assured that they will have access to water when they need it, said Chris O’Donnell, the director of the nonprofit Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.
“There is a real disconnect between the people who are in the community and the water supply,” he said.
But while the drought is expected to continue, the Big Ben Ranch is getting ready to get some water.
A small water line was installed in front of the ranch this month, and in a recent letter to the Texas Tribune, the ranch said the water line will be used to provide drinking water for the people and animals who live and work there.
Construction on the irrigation project is scheduled to begin in the fall.