The development team has worked closely with the City of Seguin and the Seguin Economic Development Corporation to plan a community of businesses and residences that meets the needs of the area’s growing population. SH 46 is considered the next outer loop for the City of San Antonio metropolitan area and is becoming a major link to the other growing cities it connects. Harry Jewett and Al Kay are committed to delivering the best possible development product to maximize the potential of this significant tract of land.
Harry B. Jewett III, P.E., R.P.L.S. | Development Manager/Partner
With over 50 years of civil engineering and planning experience, Harry Jewett has worked on an extensive range of meaningful projects. Upon graduation from Texas A&M, he joined a respected engineering firm in Houston. In 1970, Harry relocated to San Antonio to work on the San Antonio HUD Model Cities Project. In 1971, Harry decided to open his own architectural, civil engineering, field surveying and urban planning firm, Harry Jewett Associates (HJA). Since inception, HJA has been involved with municipal infrastructure projects, land development projects, and master planning in San Antonio, Laredo, Houston, Galveston, and other locations in Central and South Texas.
Al Kay | Financial Partner
A lifelong Texan, Al Kay has deep ties to the land of the state. Although he is originally from Luling, Al moved to Three Rivers very early in life, grew up on a dairy farm and graduated from high school in the town. After graduating from Texas State University in San Marcos, he served in the Texas Air National Guard for six years, after which he began a 50 year successful career owning an Allstate Insurance Agency. Along the way, in order to get back to his love of the land, Al acquired a ranch at Whitsett in 1975 and another ranch in McCullen County in 1992. After selling his Allstate Agency in 2011, Al joined Independent Insurance Center as a partner, which he turned over to his son in 2015. In 2014, when presented with the opportunity to invest in another high-quality piece of land, Al partnered with Harry to initiate the development of Greenspoint