Construction Today 2018 - Volume 16, Issue 3 - 164
Residential | GALAXY BUILDERS
gan. "We are proud that the Housing Authority of Bexar County
agreed to be our partner and create a public/private venture to
help our effort to expand the much needed affordable housing to
the citizens of Bexar County."
Moving forward, Galaxy Builders plans to continue to maintain
a capacity of performing 10 to 15 projects at a time in Texas. The
company's vision statement is, "By 2020, Galaxy Builders will
implement fully integrated consistent processes and tools to
provide unmatched service; Build and strengthen a culture of
loyalty and continue to grow."
Galaxy Builders focuses mostly on multifamily construction,
but the company will begin a commercial project this summer to
diversify its portfolio.
Experience is essential and Galaxy Builders has deep, respected experience in construction, general contracting and preconstruction services. Galaxy commercial services division has been
awarded several differentiating product types. The company
will oversee the construction of a new corporate headquarters
in San Antonio for one of its longtime clients, Prospera Housing
As the division's portfolio matures, these various product
types will develop into niche products similar to its government
and hospitality markets. The hospitality industry encompasses
a well-connected network of professionals and Galaxy Builders'
intention is to meet the needs of the owners and architects in the
industry by continuing to produce the highest-quality workmanship and deliver unmatched service.
"Construction is dynamic and each day brings on new challenges, but one constant is I plan to be here for a long time to
lead the next generation of our business," Verma says. "My goal
is to continue to grow the company in a manner where it's natural and organic. I want change to be seamless so people don't
recognize it's happening while it's happening. We are taking a
methodical, step-by-step approach to everything."
Builders hosts teambuilding
trips for employees, such as this
trip to San Diego.
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