The NOV Tower at 10353 Richmond Ave in the Westchase District of Houston is the new corporate headquarters for a segment of Stone Construction’s largest client, National Oilwell Varco. Stone Construction was tasked with the complete interior buildout against extremely tight deadlines that carried potential liquidated damages of $1 million a month.
The Houston Chronicle, Houston’s major daily newspaper and media company, relocated its corporate headquarters from downtown to their production facility at 4747 Southwest Fwy. The facility’s “castle” structure was completely renovated into an open concept industrial space for their journalists and corporate staff.
Construction included a full interior buildout (including all new core building systems), exterior renovation (including adding curtain wall windows for more natural light), and sitework renovation.
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists (GCVS) built a new hospital at 8042 Katy Fwy after their previous location was devastated by flooding during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Their new location boasts nearly every service found in a human hospital, including a linear accelerator for cancer treatment, an MRI and CT for advanced scanning, a 24-hour Emergency Room, and an Intensive Care Unit for their most vulnerable patients.
Construction included a full interior buildout (including all new core building systems), exterior renovation, and sitework for parking lots (including demolishing an existing building). One distinctive requirement was a “vault” for the linear accelerator that had a reinforced concrete shell with 3.5- to 8-foot-thick walls, a 3-foot-thick floor, and a 2.5- to 6-foot-thick roof.
The Physician Specialty Center is a Class A Medical Office Building that highlights the capabilities of Stone Construction with managing a complete renovation to increase property value. This project represents a transition into the development of projects with a retained interest. The project was successfully sold to Health Care REIT after completing the development cycle.
Construction included a full interior buildout (including all new core building systems), full exterior renovation (including new windows, roof, etc.), and sitework renovation.
Six Foot Studios, primarily a video game publisher and developer, relocated their corporate headquarters to 2415 W Alabama St. The new space boasts futuristic designs, game development & testing centers (i.e., rooms where they can play video games all day), and comfortable living room spaces for employees.
The NOV Computer Room at National Oilwell Varco’s corporate headquarters was built like a bunker able to withstand major environmental impacts while keeping NOV’s data center online.