(Newswire.net — April 3, 2015) Bryan, TEXAS — Now one of the largest mechanical contractors in Texas, Garret Mechanical is celebrating its 27th anniversary in business, as of April 1, 2015. The award-winning contractor has served demanding clients in commercial, health care, university, and other industries since 1988. It has since been awarded some of the most prestigious construction projects across the state of Texas. In addition to its strategic San Antonio location, GMI is also located in Bryan, Texas, near College Station.
Today GMI’s annual revenues exceed $50 million. The company’s services extend across the full spectrum of mechanical contracting. Highly trained and professional workers are able to handle small to complex plumbing, piping, and sheet metal work on commercial and industrial job sites. From hand rail ramps to parking lot infrastructure, to on-site utilities, no job is too tough. Unlike most Texas mechanical contractors, GMI employs its own sheet metal and pipe-fitting crews, and has its own concrete and general contracting division. Self-sufficiency is a solid strategy as no sub-contractors are ever involved in projects.
Larry Garrett, Vice President of Garrett Mechanical, said, “We opened our doors in 1988. In our 27 years of business, we have proven our worth time and time again and continue to be a force in the regional mechanical contracting industry. The corporate goal remains the same: to ensure the success of the most prestigious universities, hospitals, libraries, and other institutions across the region.”
The company’s mechanical contracting resume includes high-level projects such as Texas A&M Health Science Center. During the new campus project, crews buried miles of thermal piping, and installed 6,000 tons of cooling capacity, within 12 months. The complex project involved support of classroom, office, laboratory, and research infrastructure.
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum was another landmark project. Garrett Mechanical was responsible for laying underground thermal piping, storm drainage, sewer lines, and other utility infrastructure. It also served as a subcontractor during Phase 2 of the Texas A&M campus expansion, handling all the HVAC and plumbing work for the 95 acre campus.
Other landmark projects include HVAC and plumbing work for the Medical Center of Southeast Texas replacement hospital, completed in just 13 months. Similar work was completed during a major expansion of the Scott & White Memorial Hospital Center for Advanced Medicine.
The highly respected, full-service mechanical contractor is therefore qualified to handle complex, technical projects. “The more technical the project, the better we are,” Garrett explains.
With its perfect track record, GMI is prepared to handle the most complex of projects in the future. That includes maintaining exceptional on-the-job communication and completing all projects on-time and on-budget.
For more details on Garrett Mechanical, Inc., its full service contracting, and portfolio of high-profile work, go to http://garrettmechanical.com.