When looking at a project like Galleria, you don’t often think of details like fire safety, perfect spacing of wall paneling, and elevator cladding, However, those details are what makes an end result great. The Galleria brought in our team to create steel fountains, outdoor structures, elevator wall claddings, and more. Safety was an important aspect of this project, and all elevator materials were selected and fire tested by our team, resulting in a combination of ipe wood, accoya wood, and galvanized steel. Over 50 days of scaffolding were dedicated to the wall siding, and installation was meticulously done to ensure spacing met the exact specifications. The two 20-foot long fountains were made of half inch thick painted stainless steel, uniquely shaped and topped with marble. The pavilion was made into a unique, rib-cage-like design with a pathway of lighting weaving amongst the structure. Every part of this project shows how beauty, safety, and quality can go hand in hand to create unforgettable results.
Who: O’Donell Snider, B&D Contractors, OJB Landscape Architects & Kirksey Architecture
What: Outdoor structures, Fountains, Woodworking
Where: Galleria Place I & II | 5251 Westheimer Rd, Houston TX 77056
How: Engineering, Fabrication, Installation