Mechanical Contractor Garrett Mechanical, Inc. (GMI) continues to make major strides in its technical ventures in the state of Texas, this time for Texas A&M University and DBR, Inc., providing help with the organizations’ redevelopment and design build efforts.
Texas A&M University is currently undergoing a 450-million dollar Kyle Field redevelopment project, and GMI is playing an active role in the changes. This month, GMI will be completing the West Campus Strength and Conditioning Building for the non-football sports programs. The athletics complex at Texas A&M is one of the most well-known and supported in the country.
GMI recently completed another project for Texas A&M: the Thomas G. Hildebrand, DVM ’56 Equine Complex. The complex is a 35-million dollar training and competition facility for the Texas A&M Equestrian team. The equestrian team at Texas A&M is one of the most successful in the country, having won 11 national championships. GMI was contracted as a result of the facility’s umbrella plan, the Texas A&M Equine Initiative. As per Texas A&M, the initiative “brings together students, faculty, and equine industry leaders and provides a foundation for research discoveries and outreach initiatives dedicated to the welfare of the horse.”
Texas A&M University is one of the premier academic and athletic programs in the state and the country. GMI’s completion of these latest projects adds significantly to the university’s high-profile reputation and continues GMI’s continuous presence among top-level Mechanical Contractor projects.
“The more technical the project the better we are,” Larry Garrett says.
Mechanical engineering firm DBR, Inc., has also been on the receiving end of GMI’s technical offerings. GMI acted as the enterprise’s design build contractor for its latest office building in Houston, Texas. The building had its grand opening on April 30.
About Garrett Mechanical, Inc.
Garrett Mechanical is a full-service mechanical contractor specializing in complex, highly technical projects in the commercial, industrial and health care sectors. GMI has taken on landmark projects including the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Medical Center of Southeast Texas, the Texas A&M Health Science Center, and the Scott & White Memorial Hospital Center for Advanced Medicine. GMI has been rewarded with a healthy share of state-commissioned work, including several high-profile projects within the University of Texas and Texas A&M. GMI is one of the few mechanical contractors in Texas with its own sheet metal and pipe-fitting crews, in addition to its comprehensive HVAC and plumbing work.
Contact: Larry Garrett
(979) 778-3279 or [email protected]
424 Marino Road
Bryan, TX 77808
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