Vision / Mission / Way
Revolutionize SpawGlass from being a building contractor to the most sought-after construction services provider
To provide our clients with the absolute best
Build Trust | Be Professional | Live Teamwork | Be Passionate |
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VMW Spirit Award Winners
Winners who best exemplify each of the SpawGlass core values
1st Quarter 2019
Augie Trujillo and Andy Hernandez (SA). After working all day on a Saturday excavating and forming for a new sidewalk at RBFCU, we received an emergency call at 4:00 p.m. from USAA. The glass on their “Wall of Honor” display near the building’s front entry had been struck accidentally and was in a shattered and dangerous condition. After securing the RBFCU site, Augie and Andy proceeded directly to USAA, located on the other side of San Antonio, and spent six hours cleaning up the glass and assisting with the display items. This team was back at the RBFCU site at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday to continue the sidewalk preparation for Monday’s pour.
Janie Hunter (NoTx). Janie recognized that part of the exhibits in the subcontractor performance bond process could be automated instead of manually entered. Implementing Janie’s idea has had an instant impact on our subcontracting process by increasing quality control and turnaround time with the bond forms, allowing subcontractors to start work in a more timely manner.
Jimmy Atkinson, Brandon Barr, Guillermo Caracheo, Juan M. Gonzalez, Orlando Moctezuma, Eddie Rodriguez and Rene Rodriguez (SoTx). At Valley Baptist Medical Center (VBMC) Harlingen, there was a water leak on a Friday night in the pharmacy. Our team received an emergency call to clean up the water, remove the wet sheetrock and set dehumidifiers. The quick response demonstrated to VBMC that SpawGlass is committed to providing the absolute best construction experience.
Kevin Jones (C). Kevin has a passion for getting work done. He does not postpone any activity no matter how hard it is, even if it takes more than 15 hours of nonstop work. Kevin has the capacity to fill in for any operator and has the character of a leader. His passion makes his team very loyal. In addition, he has a knack for identifying cost saving opportunities.
THINK LIKE AN OWNER
Juvenal Fuentes and Mauricio Juarez (WES). We needed a solution to prevent theft of skid steer loaders on jobsites. Juvenal and Mauricio engineered, fabricated and tested a lock now called “the red whale.” They showed great ingenuity and perseverance under a time crunch, working over the weekend and getting the locks finished in under 48 hours. The “red whales” are now securing our skid steer loaders as intended.