San Antonio Convention Center Renovations

The Henry B. González Convention Center, located in San Antonio, was extensively renovated as part of the city’s plan to revitalize the downtown area. The project included expanding the center’s existing space by more than 20 percent, which featured a new atrium and a larger ballroom. The renovation also included rewiring the facility for multi-gigabyte speed.

Project Control of Texas was commissioned by the City of San Antonio, to provide staff augmentation for a third party reviewer of the design, as well as observation of construction. Project Control of Texas hired MEP Engineering, Inc. to complete these tasks.

In this capacity, MEP provided third party review of the M|E|P designs throughout the design development portion. As the project moved into construction, MEP provided full time on-site construction administration personnel to review the construction progress and provide additional interpretation of the design documents.

Project Title:  San Antonio Convention Center Upgrades

Project Location:  San Antonio, Texas

Owner:  City of San Antonio

Project Size:  514,000 SF

Total Project Cost:  $325,000,000

MEP Role:  Subconsultant

Architect:  —

Services Provided:  Consulting – Third Party Review