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HMG & Associates, Inc.

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Offices:
9606 N Mopac Expy Suite 350
Austin, TX 78759
Phone: (512)-794-8234 70

NE Loop 410 Suite 1070
San Antonio, TX 78216
Phone: (210)-349-0800

Engineering Specialties:
Mechanical Systems Design
Electrical Systems Desig
Lighting Systems Design
Plumbing and Piping Systems Design
Sustainable Design
Construction Administration
Mechanical Electrical & Plumbing Systems Forensic Analysis
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Building Systems Visualization
Litigation Consulting
Historically Underutilized Business

History:
“In 1983, William E. Harris and two other partners started HMG & Associates. Today, they employ over 30 engineering and design professionals. HMG is based in Austin and San Antonio, Texas, but work with more than 70 architectural firms all over Texas and beyond to help successfully construct and restore a wide variety of buildings. Their main guiding principles include providing exceptional, responsive service on every project to build long-lasting relationships with all their clients, offering the highest level of design excellence for building HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical systems, delivering their products and services on budget and on schedule every time and serving every client with a thoughtful, energetic and professional attitude, regardless of the project’s scope. HMG’s commitment to sustainability has grown in recent years, offering experience and knowledge concerning the best ways to build energy-saving systems for environmental conservation” (Source).

Selected Projects:
Domain Seven Office Building
Domain Seven Office Building (2014)

Liberal Arts Building
University of Texas – Liberal Arts Building (2013)

San Clemente davenport
San Clemente at Davenport – Building C (2015)

Norman Hackerman Building
University of Texas – Norman Hackerman Building (2010)

Texas Biomed Research Institute
Texas Biomedical Research Institute – Phase V Laboratory and Office Building (2013)

Bill and Melinda Gates Building
University of Texas – The Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall (2013)

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Written by Jessica Martinez

February 9, 2015 at 3:04 am

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