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ST. PHILLIPS COLLEGE

AZTECA Designs, Inc was awarded this project that consisted of 35,000 SF of ceramic removal and ceramic wall removal. We had four crews working simultaneously. We completed this project in 7 days. As we were removing the existing ceramic floor, we found holes in the floor and exposed aggregate was coming up with the ceramic and concrete. We immediately had to mobilize to fix the issue at hand. With this unforeseen condition AZTECA was still able to complete the project , clean up and have the building ready for the first day of school at Alamo Colleges Southwest Campus.

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO

AZTECA was called out after the client was not happy working with another vendor. AZTECA met with UTSA listened to what their goal was and designed their facility. It was in honor to see the clients happy and content when we completed the job

Brooks City Base

AZTECA Designs, Inc was requested to build a 20×40 wood deck that consisted of 3’ deep by 18” pillars to be installed. We then installed a pergola decking as the roofing for the deck. We finished this beautiful deck with a natural stain and sealer.

PALO ALTO COLLEGE

Project Description
AZTECA Designs, Inc was hired to remove existing stain concrete, prep floor as needed and install stain concrete.

VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT

Project Description

AZTECA Designs, Inc was awarded a mold remediation project with VIA Metropolitan, we abated two floors that contained mold in the walls, and removed windows, sheetrock, and carpet. AZTECA installed new windows, new sheetrock, metal studs and carpet tile with cove base.

Edgewood I.S.D.

AZTECA Designs, Inc was hired to install the floor in the GYM at LBJ, when Cecilia saw the tile to be installed she immediately asked if she could provide a design at no additional cost for the children. Cecilia worked with the Project Manager and she provided the design in these pictures.

Gym Flooring and Painting

Project Description

was a project near and dear to Ms. Castellanos heart, AZTECA managed to receive the paint gracefully donated by Sherwin Williams and painted the gym free of charge. The flooring was designed free of charge, AZTECA Designs and Construction wanted to offer the children a safe space full of color and fun! Please continue the slides to see letters from some of our toughest critics.

University of Texas Health Science Center

AZTECA Designs and Construction is truly blessed and honored to currently be working on this project. This project consists of the demolition and haul off existing flooring and base throughout the 1st & 6th floors. The supply and installation of new 1/2″ wall infill where base was demoed. Supply and install minor floor prep. Supply and install new carpet and sheet vinyl as indicated on floor plans. Supply and install new transitions as needed.