Structure Tone Southwest managed the construction of a new 45,000sf Class A office space for Environmental Resources Management (ERM) on the fifth and sixth floors, incorporating interior offices, conference rooms and work stations with high-end finishes.
The project required extensive coordination since it was constructed prior to the building shell completion and elevator installation. Permanent power, vertical transportation and full A/C were not available for a majority of the build-out. Construction materials had to be manually transported up the stairs for installation. The entire team worked collaboratively with the base building contractor to overcome these challenges and deliver the project on time.
The project design focused on an open ceiling concept using acoustical cloud ceilings throughout and an exposed Bomanite Floor finish that mimicked the open ceilings. Structural concrete columns were acid washed and sealed to continue the natural look. The layout of the space was an open concept with collaborative space.
Environmental Resources Management
800 West Sam Houston Parkway North City Center Four, Houston, TX
The project team continually demonstrated positive attitudes, presented ERM with options for overcoming challenges, communicated rapidly, and exhibited can-do attitude while keeping ERM’s best interests in mind. Most importantly, they successfully delivered the project with a flawless safety record.” – Peter J. Gagnon, P.E., BCEE, Senior Partner, Environmental Resources Management