PROJECT EXPERIENCE

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FROST BANK TOWER

Flex-Erect provided structural steel erection, miscellaneous metal installation, ornamental iron installation, and glass installation for this 460,000 SF iconic addition to the skyline of downtown San Antonio.

  • Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

  • Owner: Frost Bank

  • General Contractor: Clark Construction

  • 1st Tier Subcontractor: Berger Iron Works

  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

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TEXAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

This project included the erection of the semi-circular monumental stairs on levels 1-3 & 5-10. It included the installation of all structural steel, miscellaneous metal, and ornamental stainless steel guardrails, handrails, glass rails, and baffles. Additionally, we were awarded the installation of the structural steel, miscellaneous iron, and ornamental iron for the theater component on levels 7-8. This included all of the catwalks, rails, and miscellaneous ornamental iron.

  • Architect: Perkins + Will

  • Owner: Texas Children's Hospital

  • General Contractor: McCarthy Building Companies

  • 1st Tier Subcontractor: Berger Iron Works, Inc.

  • Location: Texas Medical Center -  Houston, Texas   

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YES PREP PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Yes Prep Public Schools has awarded us seven of the last eight of the elementary school projects in their five-year “Leading Houston Forward” expansion plan. The campuses include:

  • Yes Prep Airline

  • Yes Prep York Town

  • Yes Prep Tallyho

  • Yes Prep West Campus Additions and Renovations

  • Yes Prep Southside Elementary

  • Yes Prep North Central

  • Yes Prep Southeast

The work included all selective structural steel demolition, structural steel erection, and miscellaneous metal installation on the campuses.

  • Architect: Ea Architects

  • Owner: Yes Prep Public Schools

  • General Contractor: Linbeck

  • Location: Houston, Texas

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MFAH NANCY AND RICH KINDER BUILDING

The scope of work on this project consisted of the complete ornamental package which included three very unique monumental stairs, ¼” thick steel plate wall guardrails, stainless steel handrails, new bronze handrails at three stairs, stainless steel grabrails at four stairs, planter boxes located on elevated balconies powder-coated column covers, steel cladding on walls at monumental stair 3, stainless steel wall rails in the theater, gallery 11, tunnels to surrounding buildings, and stainless steel cable rails at balconies and courtyards.

  • Architect: Steven Holl Architects

  • Owner: The Museum of Fine Arts Houston

  • General Contractor: McCarthy Building Companies 

  • 1st Tier Subcontractor: Berger Iron Works, Inc

  • Location: Houston, Texas

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HOTEL ZAZA - MEMORIAL CITY

We provided all of the structural steel and miscellaneous iron erection on the 18 story 798,000 sf building, the scope of work included all exterior brick lintel, interior fire stairs, elevator support steel, exterior glazing header support steel, parapet structural steel, structural steel for the mechanical penthouse, roof deck, operable wall supports, exterior canopies on levels 2 and 6, exterior aluminum fins, glass balcony divider rails, toilet partition support steel, and balcony guardrails.

  • Architect: Kirksey

  • Owner: Z Resorts LLC

  • General Contractor: Anslow Bryant Construction

  • Location: Houston, Texas  

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THE POST OAK HOTEL AT UPTOWN

In this scope of work we provided for the installation of two monumental stairs, the first was a center column supported monumental stair from the first floor to the connection at level 2 and located in the main lobby of the hotel. The finish is a blackened steel grab rails and a glass guard rail system. The second was a 35,000-pound spiral stair that was installed in the Rolls-Royce Motor Car Show Room. The stair was fabricated in four pieces and installed inside of the building by means of a Derick Crane. The stair is supported off of level 1 and a cantilever connection on level 2. The finish is a mirror polish stainless steel on the stringers of the stair and curved glass guardrails and mirror-polished grabrails. The finishes extended beyond the stair and were incorporated into the balcony overlooking the Rolls-Royce showroom.

  • Architect: Gensler

  • Owner: Landry’s, Inc.

  • General Contractor: Tellepsen Builders

  • 1st tier Subcontractor: Berger Iron Works, Inc.

  • Location: Houston, Texas 

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HYATT PLACE HOTEL

The building is located in the heart of Downtown Houston and is a 16 story mid-rise building that was built in 1948. The scope of work for this project consisted of the demolition and new installation of structural steel to support new fire stairs, new elevators, and a small amount of ornamental finishes on the exterior of the building.

  • Architect: Alecha Architecture of New Orleans

  • Owner: Star Owner, LLC

  • General Contractor: Excel Enterprises, Inc.

  • Location: Houston, Texas

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AVEVA STADIUM 

The scope of work included all of the structural steel for the project which included the end goal bar and scoreboard structure and the stadium seating canopy structure.

  • Architect: Goulas & Associates

  • Owner: Joint Venture between City of Houston/Houston SaberCats

  • General Contractor: Christensen Building Group

  • Location: Houston Sports Park, Houston, Texas

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UPTOWN METRO BUS TRANSIT - POST OAK RECONSTRUCTION

The scope of work included the erection of a completely fabricated, assembled and powder coated canopy structure at sixteen locations along Post Oak Blvd in the Galleria in Houston, Texas. The finish work included the Mirror polished stainless steel lean rails and the GFRP stone panels at all vertical columns.

  • Architect: RDIR Architects

  • Structural Engineer: Gunda Corporation

  • Owner: Uptown Development Authority/City of Houston

  • General Contractor: Christensen Building Group

  • Location: The Galleria-Uptown, Houston, Texas

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