GM Financial

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The GM Financial Call Center is a 104,000 SF two-story office building in San Antonio, Texas.

The facility incorporates an assortment of modern design elements and remarkable employee amenities to create a luxury setting for GM Financial. The interior is designed primarily in an open bay call center configuration. Work spaces also include three large training rooms, conference rooms and privacy pods. Employee spaces include a large cafeteria with stone pizza oven; arcade room; break room with equipment for pool, ping pong and shuffle board; dayroom-styled relaxation spaces; and a gymnasium with shower and locker facilities.

The site features an intricate maze of parking spaces and driving lanes woven seamlessly into a pattern of indigenous trees and vegetation to meet the city's requirements for green space preservation while enhancing the building's aesthetic appeal.

The new facility is projected to create up to 700 jobs to San Antonio and potentially drive more than $300 million in total economic output in the first 10 years of operation. This project received a $2.5 million grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund, a business incentive program that was created by legislation to promote and ensure the growth of business in Texas.

 
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Project Location

San Antonio, TX
United States

Project Images

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Project Team

General Contractor:
Bob Moore Construction
Concrete Contractor:
Urban Concrete Contractors
Architect:
 
Engineer:
 
Suppliers:
 
Photographer(s):
Bob Moore Construction

Project Specifics

Project Category:
Office
Building Types:
Office
Finishes:
Block
Stone
Features:
Reveals
Insulation:
Environmental:
Number of Floors:
2
Number of Panels:
55 panels
Tilt-Up Wall Area:
34,637 sq ft (3,218 sq m)
Total Floor Area:
104,760 sq ft (9,732 sq m)
Project Footprint:
52,380 sq ft (4,866 sq m)
Tallest Panel:
40 ft 11 in (12.47 m)
Widest Panel:
53 ft 7 in (16.34 m)
Heaviest Panel:
69,900 lbs (31,706 kg)