The Starbuck’s old space was renovated and Leased by Texas Monthly. Some nice drywall and furr down details were added.
Because of it’s extremely high barrel ceilings, 28′ high at the apex, the vct floors and hard gypsum surfaces throughout the space, the main study areas of the building had a terrible echo problem, one of the worst cases we have ever run across. The solution was to furr out the upper sections of the exterior and interior walls with 2 x 4 wood framing, unfaced fiberglass insulation and 1″ Tectum panels which were pre-painted in a soft teal green with some panels a darker green for accent. We succeeded in obtaining a Noise Reduction Coefficient rating of .85 which is very high. The NRC rating of a standard 5/8″ painted gypsum wall is .05. The City of San Antonio was extremely happy with the results.
Moon Mippy Stationary which was located in Suite 220 at The Plaza at Concord Park on 700 E. Sonterra Blvd. outgrew the small retail space they occupied so they relocated into a new custom designed finish out in Building Three of the same complex and quadrupled their floor space. The store was completed in the summer of 2011.
This unique gift shop features San Antonio and Texas-themed souvenirs, many from local vendors. They also carry products that focus on the areas scenery, sports teams and seasonal events. The finish out features a barrel ceiling across the entire space, light coves and a display wall with the familiar “Alamo” facade. The project was completed in July 2009 and is located in Terminal A of the San Antonio Airport.
We recently finished renovations on several retail spaces in downtown Boerne’s historic City Center, the old Frost bank building. The commercial tenant finish-out included steel stud framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings, doors, hardware and more.
The old duty free shop at the San Antonio airport has been gutted, and we are doubling the size of the space and adding some unique features such as a 15’ diameter light cove with a gypsum stucco dome in the center. The suspended ceilings are a 30″ x 60″ Armstrong concealed grid system with Hunter Douglas panels.
The Mosaic is a mixed use property featuring retail/restaurant space on the ground level and 120 apartments on the top three floors. Construction began in 2012 and was completed in November of 2013.
We were contracted to perform all the steel stud framing, door frames, doors & hardware, wood trim, fire caulking, suspended ceilings and many other accessories such as lighted mirrors, towel bars, shower curtain rods, shelving, restroom accessories and partitions.
One of the unique features of the common corridors and elevator lobbies are the steel frame & steel mesh suspended cloud ceilings that were custom made, finished & installed by Petrus. You can view more of the complex at www.themosaiconbroadway.com
So Bro Pizza is a project at The Mosaic building at 1915 Broadway that is currently under construction and should be open sometime in late January 2014. Some of it’s unique features are the huge pizza oven, 23’ high ceilings, curved bar height walls and the curved sheetrock ceiling above the Pizza Bar.
In 2011 Petrus Interior Systems was contracted to replace 485 refinished entry doors and hardware at the historic Palacio Del Rio hotel in downtown San Antonio on the Riverwalk, well over 1000 doors total.
This work was part of a $34 Million renovation by Zachry Construction. The first phase consisted of the complete demolition and remodel of all 485 Guestrooms.
You can read more about the project in an article at the Hilton Hotels website.