Jerry and his business partners carefully took the necessary time to build their commercial drywall company on strong values of integrity, honesty, loyalty and hard work. The business approach was simple but powerful: the philosophy was quality over quantity. With this approach, it did not take long to gain the respect and trust of many in the industry and earn contracts that would forever shape the Dallas/Fort Worth skyline and the North Texas area as we see it today.
By the early 1980’s, Integrated became a well-known commercial drywall contractor in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, recognized for such jobs as Allied Bank Tower which stands as a landmark in the downtown Dallas skyline and is known today as Fountain Place. In downtown Fort Worth, Integrated built the Tandy Towers in the late 1970’s, Interfirst Bank Tower and City Center Tower 1 in the early 1980’s.
Jerry Lindsay became the sole owner of the company in 1992 and continues to lead the commercial drywall company on the same principles upon which it was built. In 1996, David Lindsay, Jerry’s son, joined Integrated along with Karl Ekonomy as an Estimator/Project Manager. They both now serve as Vice Presidents of Integrated Interiors and are helping to lead the company.
Today, Integrated Interiors, Inc. is capable of rising to the challenge of any metal framing, commercial drywall and acoustical ceiling project in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with unmatched workmanship, regardless of the project size and complexity.