Entries by Mitch_Admin

Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center

  Trinity University’s Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center began to take form in the mid-1950s thanks to a generous series of gifts from Trustee, Vernon F. Taylor. G.W. Mitchell Construction was commissioned for construction of the first building of the Center, the music building, in 1955. The new Fine Arts Center expanded over the next […]

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Dreaming of a White Christmas

  In November of 1984, G.W. Mitchell Construction began a highly complex project of adding on three stories to the existing seven-story City Public Service Headquarters building. Being located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, the construction and design team, including 3D/I Architecture, had to work very closely and creatively with the owner, city […]

‘Charging’ Into a New School Year

  In light of the beginning of another school year, we wanted to highlight another of G.W. Mitchell Construction’s well known school projects, the construction of Winston Churchill High School. By the early 1960’s, the ever growing city of San Antonio was bursting at its seams with residents continuing to settle further North, expanding the […]

Building San Antonio’s Medical Community

  In January of 1978, G.W. Mitchell Construction was commissioned to build a new ground up 166-bed, 110,000 square foot hospital known as Southwest General Hospital. Not only was Mitchell able to complete the construction of the hospital 30 days prior to its original completion date but they also came in under budget. In August […]