City officials in Irving are working to determine why a maintenance building at the Four Seasons Resort and Club at Las Colinas collapsed early Monday morning.
According to the Irving Fire Department, the roof collapse took place at about 5:30 a.m.
General manager Luis Argote said an employee arriving at the facility discoverd the collapse. The 7,000-square-foot facility, built in 1975, is about 2 miles from the resort and had about 10 golf carts and some other equipment were inside the building when it collapsed.
The building, a large golf cart facility, is a brick and mortar structure with a Spanish-style roof. About three-fourths of the structure collapsed.
There have been no injuries reported and all employees are accounted for. However, as a precaution, police dogs searched the rubble to make sure no one was trapped.
A damage estimate has not been released and the cause of the collapse is currently under investigation.
The resort is home to the PGA's annual Byron Nelson Championship, which will be held on May 12-18 this year. The collapse did not delay or hamper normal operations.