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
construction experience


Build Trust | Be Professional | Live Teamwork | Be Passionate |
Think Like an Owner


VMW Spirit Award Winners

Winners who best exemplify each of the SpawGlass core values

1st Quarter 2020

Luba Dub, Benny Vazquez, David Lopez, Esau Rosa andJesus Ortiz (H). After taking the H-E-B 540 job over from a previous contractor, this team worked double/triple shifts through incomplete drawings and unforeseen conditions to complete the project. The H-E-B general manager mentioned in an email that the project would have finished on time if SpawGlass had been the original contractor.

Leo Coll (SoTx). Upon a quick change order for the Texas A&M University-Kingsville project, Leo stayed dedicated and worked through holidays and weekends to ensure the owner’s expectations were met.

Ryan Syring (A). A client working with Civil required the use of RSMeans for estimating, which is uncommon for Civil. After it was discovered that Ryan Syring in the Austin Division was proficient in RSMeans, he was asked to assist Civil. Not only did he help, he estimated the job in under 24 hours.

Paul Portzer (A). While working on another project, Paul was asked to help put together a confined space plan. On the investigation day, Paul gathered the necessary paperwork and equipment and actually performed the work himself. His assistance was critical.

Dan Hinson. Not only has Dan taken on the leadership of WES, but in the wake of the North Texas/Austin controller leaving the company, Dan stepped in to pull together year-end financials for both the North Texas and Austin Divisions. Along with this, Dan attended project reviews in North Texas and the corporate EOS planning session and also pulled together first quarter financial projections for Austin, North Texas and Civil. When we were in need, Dan stepped up and became Super Dan, filling a large void at a critical time of the year.