Richardson was named after the secretary of Houston and the Texas Central Railroad, Alfred S. Richardson. It was chartered in 1873 when a railroad was built nearby the area after the civil war. Today this city is known nationally as Telecom Corridor® which is an area filled with over 500 high tech and telecommunication companies. It is a modern and sophisticated suburb with beautiful parks, trails, and family festivals for the residents to attend. Those that reside in the neighborhoods of Buckingham, Brentwood place, Spring Park, Duck Creek, and many more are currently enjoying a sellers market. The demand for housing here is so high that there aren’t enough homes for sale, making current homeowners quite happy. With these promising statistics, Crosstown Engineering is here to help ease the excess demand and offer the city of Richardson our engineering reports, foundation evaluations, and home inspection services.