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With growth brings renovation

image SpawGlass, Selma, TX new monument

SAN ANTONIO - It’s been 22 years since SpawGlass moved into their office in Selma, TX. Over the years, renovations have been made to the 13,000sf facility, but the latest renovations to the Selma office were all encompassing.





    The new space, designed by RVK Architects, features glass walls, bright colors and new lighting. Meeting spaces include two conference rooms that can be combined into one training space complete with dry-erase walls and large monitors plus a new main conference room that seats 12. The meeting spaces are equipped with BlueJeans video conferencing technology for seamless communication among the company’s jobsites and 10 Texas offices.
    Work spaces throughout the building include both private offices and shared workspaces. An expanded and renovated kitchen/break room provides more room for team members to unwind. Twenty-one parking spaces were added to the facility’s parking lot. A new monument sign was erected, and renewed landscaping was incorporated.
    A 4,800sf welding and fabrication shop was erected in the laydown yard behind the office building for the company’s San Antonio Building Services group. This space provides a safe, efficient environment for team members to provide self-perform prefabrication and fabrication services for clients and project teams.
    The renovated office space was spurred by an increase of team members. The relocation of the company’s C-suite to New Braunfels also freed up space in the Selma office to accommodate the company’s marketing and team member resources (human resources) teams.
    Renovation of the office building and new construction of the welding and fabrication shop were performed by SpawGlass with support from local
subcontractors and suppliers.
    “One of our co-founders, Louis Spaw, stated, ‘We don’t just build buildings; we build people’,” said San Antonio Division President Jason Smith. “It’s important that we provide a safe, efficient and professional work environment for our team members who provide our clients with the absolute best construction experience. The San Antonio office renovation and new Building Services shop do just that.”
    Building in San Antonio since 1977, SpawGlass was named General Contractor of the Year by the San Antonio Business Journal at the 2019 Building San Antonio Awards.
    Founded in 1953, SpawGlass is a commercial and civil contractor with locations throughout Texas. -cmw

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