Agricultural is a large portion of our business because we service South Texas. Some Agricultural building applications are:

  • Barns

  • Hay sheds

  • Rodeo arenas

  • Implement sheds

  • Horse stalls

Our Utility-Ag Series building line provides you with the most building for your dollar.

We also offer a full line of options and accessories are available to customize your agricultural building:

  • Cupolas

  • Stalls

  • Dutch doors

  • Slide doors

  • Lofts

  • Galvanized framework (recommended in areas exposed to feed, fertilizer, or animal waste)


Commercial construction projects tend to utilize our position as a full service General Contractor the most. Some Commercial buildings applications include:

  • Offices

  • Warehouses

  • Manufacturing facilities

  • Churches

  • Schools

  • Retail Stores

  • Parking areas

GCC offers services for every aspect of a commercial project starting with preliminary budget analysis, design development, and value engineering for an accurate, thorough bid presentation. It is important to note that we are extremely proactive about forming a transparent relationship with our clients starting, for example, with level of detail in our bids. We don't want to be "THAT BUILDER" who submits a low number on a vague bid to be awarded the job, just to hit you with change orders at every turn. Our goal is to assure that you are on the same page as us through the entirety of the project. (If you are in the bid process and need advisement as to what questions to ask to make sure you are getting "APPLES to APPLES" bids, just let us know. We would be happy to assist.)

We also manage Pre-Construction requirements involving Engineering, Site Plan Development, and submittals to State and Local municipalities as needed for Permits and/or Approvals.

Once work begins we oversee all phases of construction such as site work, foundation, building fabrication, building erection, interior finish out, plumbing, electrical, and hvac. Routine walk-throughs with you, the Client are encouraged, especially before transitioning from one stage to another. Typically this is a great opportunity to make changes or additions to the scope of work with minimal impact to subsequent phases of construction. For example, if you wanted to add additional electrical or data outlets to the project that would require more wiring, it would be more advantageous to do so before the sheetrock is installed.


Residential is typically the most broad and diverse category in metal building construction and in some cases, the most custom. Some residential applications include:

  • Carports

  • Garages

  • Patio Covers

  • Metal House Roofs

  • Outdoor kitchens

  • Back-yard shops

  • Barndominiums (shop/living combo)

  • Steel-frame Homes (Economy and Luxury)

Any of the structures listed above serve a vital purpose, to shelter and protect the people and things that are of value to you. We understand the significance of this investment to you and that drives our commitment to provide you with a durable, functional structure as well as one that is done with care and attention to detail.

Want functional and beautiful? Traditional finishes such as stone, brick, and wood can also be incorporated into any metal building design. This occurs often in Residential building types, and can be added as a beautiful complement to the metal or simply as a way to cosmetically tie-in the structure to other existing structures on your property.

Barndominiums and Steel-frame Homes are typically the most custom in nature of all the Residential structures. GCC has tools to assist you in getting started on this process such as a portfolio of custom floor-plans for your perusal that may be beneficial during the initial stages of planning your home design. We also offer pre-set spec home packages with pricing to further facilitate the bid process. "What is the square foot price of a home" is our most asked question. We will always try our best to give you a ball-park figure, but please keep in mind that we are a truly CUSTOM builder so that price could vary substantially depending on the size, additions, and finishes that you select. With more feedback from you specifying major components and/or stylings that you would like in a custom home we can work to get a more accurate price for you. Floor plan design, soil testing, and engineering, however, would need to be accomplished before a true bid on a custom home could be presented.

We do recommend and offer a Pre-Bid Design package that includes soils testing, engineered slab design based on soil test results, home/floor plan design work-up with up to three revisions, a complete set of design drawings, and a detailed bid for your custom project... all pre-construction requirements no matter who you choose to build with and will ultimately save time during the actual construction process. We have also found that this process offers peace of mind by giving you an opportunity to "test drive" us in a short term capacity before making the larger commitment of partnering to build a home. Once purchased, the package is yours to keep and utilize whenever you decide to build.