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Robert Beall

Robert S. Beall


Robert is president and chief executive officer of Beall Investments, the parent company of Beall Development, which engages in various private investments primarily related to real estate and financial services. In 1981, he founded Beall Concrete, a manufacturer of concrete in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, which evolved into Beall Industries, Inc. with several different construction product lines and services. In 2000, Robert sold his company to publicly traded U.S. Concrete of Euless. He served as the regional president of U.S. Concrete until 2003.

In 2003, Robert started diversifying Beall Investments to be involved in developing properties, along with ownership of income-producing properties and management. Robert has completed development of over 300 single-family home lots in Denton, Texas; commercial development in Hudson Oaks, Texas; industrial development in Flower Mound, Texas; and design and entitlement of over 700 residential lots in Prosper and Midlothian, Texas. Robert has built, owns, and manages office buildings in Colleyville, Fort Worth and Lake Dallas, Texas; and owns shopping centers in Grapevine, Mansfield, and Katy, Texas; as well as Tulsa and Duncan, Oklahoma.
Robert was the major investor in the development of the Ladera Apartments in Austin; and most recently completed the 338-unit apartment complex, Creekside Apartments, in Hudson Oaks, Texas.

Robert earned his BBA in Accounting from the University of Oklahoma in 1979, and his MBA from Southern Methodist University in 1981.

Logan Beall

Logan R. Beall

Vice President

Logan is vice president of Beall Investments and president of Beall Development. He has been around the real estate industry his whole life. His great-grandfather, grandfather, and father all worked in the concrete and construction business. Logan took real estate classes while attending undergrad at the University of Oklahoma, but focused on earning his BBA in both accounting and entrepreneurship. He became personally involved in the real estate industry in 2016 when he attended DePaul University’s MBA program focusing on real estate finance and investments. While in MBA school, he interned at City Club Apartments, where he began his real estate career analyzing rent data in various Midwest markets. After earning his MBA with distinction, Logan worked full-time for City Club Apartments until he left in 2019 to join his father.

During his brief real estate career, Logan has underwritten and seen successfully developed projects totaling $450 million, designed the unit mix for multiple apartment communities, and was involved in the development team that finished a 338-unit apartment community in Hudson Oaks, TX.