St. Louis General Contractor
Office Construction & Renovations
The expert construction and completion of office space, whether it begins with pouring a concrete slab for a new building or gutting an existing space to meet a client’s needs, requires extensive building experience and second-to-none communication skills.
G. S. & S. Construction – an award-winning, 4th generation company – can promise both.
Your project could be a corporate headquarters, a software company, a law firm or a multi-use office building. Regardless, any project from the ground up begins with contractors that can read blueprints and elevations, expertly grade a site for drainage, sewage and parking, and install water, sewer, gas and fire-sprinkler lines. Crews must set rebar and pour foundations, build walls and install the roof and any windows or doors before moving inside.
These elements of construction may sound routine, though they are anything but that; mistakes at any stage can be expensive and time-consuming for the client.
G. S. & S. Construction project managers think ahead and communicate constantly – with the client, the project’s architect, suppliers, and their own crews – ensuring that preparations and materials are ready at each step in the chain.
Whether it's a complete ground-up project or the renovation of an existing office space, the goal remains the same: to provide a beautiful, functional, and secure environment that the tenants will be excited to come to on a daily basis. We work closely with all of our clients to ensure the space exceeds their expectations and standards.
When it comes to office renovations, every project is different, and every client is unique. In any renovation of an existing structure, G. S. & S. Construction will assess the structural integrity of your building. We survey the electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems of the structure – and analyze the client’s plans for the space. We are expert and qualified in bringing buildings up to current codes – including public accommodations in line with the Americans With Disabilities Act – while maintaining structural and architectural integrity.