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all under one umbrella and all under one
warranty. There is no finger pointing on-site
if something does not go as planned."
In addition to design/build services, GM&P
provides consulting services to architects.
"This process has proven to be effective in
mitigating the risks posed by unique and
complex design requirements, and the use of
emergent materials and specialized technology," the company says. "With this process,
requests for information and changes are
characteristically dramatically reduced."
The company spends more than $1 million annually testing new products. "We can
design anything an architect in this market
might want. With the power of Tecnoglass
behind us producing everything we need,
we can do things other contractors can't do,"
One of the company's recent achievements is designing a 40-foot tall façade
made entirely of glass that can be used in
lobbies, amenity decks and penthouses.
"This is a symbol of pioneering techniques
that exemplify state-of-the-art engineering
of a point-supported glass wall system,"
the company says. "The wall has a structural glass mullion that enables architects,
designers and developers to freely create
visually appealing, open-feeling spaces
GM&P recently started using a specialty
glazing that can withstand hurricane-force
winds. The company also works with
designers and building teams to ensure
that building skins are optimized for LEED
considerations, it notes.
designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano. The 18-story, 70-unit
property includes two oceanfront pools, a
private garden, and a library and wine bar.
The contractor is John Moriarty and Associates. The tower is slated for completion
GM&P earlier this year finished work
on Auberge Beach Residences and Spa, a
condominium project in Fort Lauderdale
consisting of a 17-story and a 20-story tower. The contractor is Facchina Construction
A Starting Point
The company continues to expand into new
markets. GM&P this year plans to open new
offices in Tampa and Washington, D.C., to
manage projects in both cities. The company is also seeking new opportunities to
diversity its offering, including partnering
with composite metal panel producers and
specialty metal companies.
"We think $150 million is just a starting
point," Monti says. "By opening new offices,
we feel we can achieve revenues of $250
million in the next few years."
The One Thousand Museum
residential building stands
out on the Miami skyline.
GM&P is the glazing contractor for the
Paramount Miami Worldcenter, a 60-story
condo tower projected for completion early
next year. The tower is the first portion of
Miami Worldcenter, a 27-acre mixed-use
development that includes 500 total residential units as well as a retail component.
Tishman Construction is the contractor on
GM&P's other recent projects include
Eighty Seven Park, an ultra-luxury boutique condominium tower in Miami Beach
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