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Here at JD Construction customer satisfaction is the key to our success, we know that without a customer we do not have a job. We plan, manage, and build multi-phase projects for both new constructions and remodels, commercial & residential.
Our client experience that includes seamless communication, budgeting, staffing, on-site organization, and solid, quality craftsmanship every time. We handle every project as if we are working for our own family.
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Things To Do in San Antonio, TX
Bounce, jump, and climb in one of three locations throughout San Antonio. From giant slides to obstacle courses to bouncy castles, Pump It Up is full of inflatable fun. Check the schedule for open bounce days and theme nights. Better yet, rent Pump It Up for your next birthday party, fundraiser, or group event.
See San Antonio like royalty from the comfort of an open-air carriage. Catch this ride at our carriage stand on Crocket Street. Or better yet, you can even arrange for pick-up! (check restrictions) Rent our carriages for a special occasion, or to take a special tour of the city during the holidays. Make your visit to San Antonio memorable with a ride from Lollypop Carriages.
Hosted by the San Antonio Parks Foundation. Jazz'SALive is a free jazz concert for all to enjoy! Bring your dancing shoes to Travis Park this September and enjoy local and national jazz artists. View our calendar to see who's coming, when they're playing, and how to get VIP seats for any performance.
San Fernando Cathedral is the oldest standing church in Texas, where the atmosphere is lively and welcoming. Gaze at the breathtaking architecture, its twin steeples, and the historic icons and objects inside where you can say a prayer for loved ones. Masses in both Spanish and English are held throughout the week.