OUR STORY

Flex-Erect founder Doug Goulas grew up in ______, ___ and spent most of his career in construction. He dedicated his life and time to learning the trade and quickly came to value the importance of family, honesty, and quality work. 

 

For the last 16 years, Flex-Erect has strived to continue and further the legacy that first began in 2005. We remain committed to our people, our customers, and our community.

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EARLY CAREER

Throughout his career, Doug realizes that most companies don't value employees the way he thinks they should. He slowly begins to amass a set of ideals on how businesses should be run.  

Flex-Erect begins work on the Houston FBI building. The project starts out as ornamental work on the interior of the building, but grows to include one of the parking garages. By the end of the contract, the project brings in $1.2 million. 

2007

Flex-Erect begins work on the Houston FBI building. The project starts out as ornamental work on the interior of the building, but grows to include one of the parking garages. By the end of the contract, the project brings in $1.2 million. 

2010

2015

Steve Thomas joins Flex-Erect as Vice President of Operations. 

2005

After parting ways with Milestone Metals, Doug decides to venture out on his own. He solidifies his business plan, files the paperwork, and officially opens Flex-Erect for business. Before he's able to hire the first employee, Flex-Erect is awarded our first project--the Houston FBI building set to break ground in 2006. 

Shortly after, Flex-Erect starts on a different project. The 22,000 square-foot addition to Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital focuses on the creation of the MRI and Imaging wing. 

Countless other jobs quickly follow and Flex-Erect begins to build relationships with clients and customers. 

2008

Flex-Erect branches out to Las Vegas and Nashville.

2011

Flex-Erect starts on a number of notable projects around Houston and New Orleans, LA.

 

In Houston, Flex-Erect works with Anslow Bryant on The Treehouse, the highest-rated LEED building in Texas and the second highest in North America. Flex-Erect also worked with ____ on the light wall in Block 93. 

In New Orleans, Flex-Erect works with ____ on the Solomon Victory Theater, an addition to the World War II Museum. 

lol something idk we'll figure it out probably some big project or sum

2019

Steve Thomas becomes President and majority shareholder of Flex-Erect

2017

Flex-Erect celebrates 15 years and $____ annual revenue. 

2020

2021

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