The STEC G3 Building Renovation.
A 1960's era moth-balled electric generator building was brought back to life as a corporate office. The 30,000 SF project included meeting spaces, corporate board room, cafeteria and private offices around a large open central space that houses portions of the original electric generator as an art feature.
This 33,000 SF tilt-wall structure houses food storage and distribution, a kitchen, meeting rooms and classrooms for those in need. Features include a sustainable garden and water recycling.
The Battered Women's Shelter in San Antonio that houses 185 women and children on a daily basis, needed a gymnasium for families and large meetings. In addition, an animal shelter built as the same time allows the fleeing families to take their beloved pets with them.
The home of architect Craig Massouh is a modern reinterpretation of a traditional Japanese house. Hierarchical transitions of courtyards take visitors to the front door, through the home and out to the resplendent view beyond
New offices and patient rooms for a group of New Braunfels doctors. The building was placed on the site to take advantage of a large water feature.
From small to large, from commercial to residential CgM can do it all within your budget guidelines.