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image Airrosti Headquarters, Hill Country Village Park, North Central San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO - Founded in 2013 by Clay Page, R.C. Page Construction is a San Antonio based general contractor serving the central and southern regions of Texas. With a primary focus on private work, the company offers “concept to keys” service.

 

 

 

 

    “We focus our full resources to become part of your team from project planning through construction and beyond,” says Page.
    The company is guided by their core values of honesty, reliability, respect and integrity during all phases of a project.
    Taking a personal interest in the construction of the new Airrosti Headquarters in Hill Country Village, Page oversaw the project as project manager with the assistance of Assistant Project Manager John Oliver and Superintendent Jack Cooke.
    The Airrosti Headquarters is part of Hill Country Village Park, a three-building project with an estimated construction cost of $6.5 million. Airrosti Headquarters, located in North Central San Antonio,   occupies one of the three buildings and  was a M.E.P. design-build class “A” office finish-out and new construction project designed by Studio8 Architects’ lead designer, Megan Moshier, IIDA, Director of Studio8 San Antonio. The Airrosti Headquarters building had an estimated construction cost of $3 million.
    Spanning more than 40,000sf, the interior finish-out of the Airrosti Headquarters included upgraded light fixtures, premium tile and flooring, custom millwork, ceramic showers, upgraded restrooms, solid glass operable partitions, raised flooring, solid wood doors and premium accessories and polished floors.
    The three buildings were constructed of concrete tilt walls, spandrel glass wraps, multi-finish floors, retaining wall systems, and TPO roofing. The project also included the construction of carport structures, a detention pond, complete wood and iron fencing, an interior park courtyard with Class A landscaping and asphalt paving.
     Major subcontractors on the project were Thad Ziegler Glass, Mesa Equipment, Rosch, Superior Roofing, Urban Concrete Contractors, Ohldem Fencing, Triple R Electric, FA McComas Paint, Hill Country Steel, South Texas Erectors and Cleanscapes.
    The biggest obstacle for the R.C. Page team was the computer reprogramming of the Bobrick Factory. Thankfully, DEA Specialties had a temporary solution that allowed the client to occupy the facility as scheduled.
    The uniqueness in Airrosti is the split-level floors within the single-story facility.
    The project was a huge success for R.C. Page Construction and all the parties
involved. “Megan Moshier was a critical team member that worked closely with the
Airrosti team to lay out office needs, Treatment area, common areas and review
selections. Megan would go the extra step
to show Airrosti different elevations of each decision versus the alternate solution or
selection. It was visual aid that was extremely valuable to our client and indirectly, our team as well. The working relationship between Ed Mullins, Project Control; Studio8 Architects; Scott Boynton, CBRE and our team was very fluid. We were a team from the start. ” remarks Page.
    R.C. Page is full-service general contractor in San Antonio, TX. -cmw


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