Honesty. Integrity. Pride.
At St. Andrews our vision is to create a better way of life for our employees, provide a service that our customers will remember, maintain a culture of giving in the community, and enjoy our efforts along the way.
About St. Andrews Construction
Andrew “Rusty” Gonzales established St. Andrews Construction company in Denver in 1996. Small, minority owned businesses have always been at a disadvantage, so Rusty made it his personal mission to ensure the success of not only his own company, but others like it. Rusty went to a trade school for construction and gained so much knowledge about the construction industry that he wanted to fill the niche of small, minority owned business. Rusty’s passion, ability to network, ask smart questions, and follow through with his ideas helped craft what is today, St. Andrews Construction.
We Love Working With Small Business
Since the beginning, St. Andrews has been devoted to help small and disadvantaged businesses. The owner, Rusty, is also the President of the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado – which contributes to and helps the small business construction community in Denver. On top of that, he is the Vice President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association, another organization that helps small business owners.
Rusty’s dedication is to ensure small businesses are on a level-playing field with the bigger companies.
St. Andrews prides themselves with their personal strengths, including:
- Creating long lasting relationships
- Personable service
- Transparency on projects
- Delivering as promised
- Safety with workers and materials
- Solution driven
- Reaching major milestones on each project
What You Can Expect From Working With St. Andrews
- Open communication
- Long-term business relationship
- Problem solvers
- Rusty or St. Andrews will not let you down
St. Andrews Gets Involved With The Community
Rusty is the founding member of the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC) – a community that brings together Hispanic philanthropists in an effort to provide grants and leadership to nonprofit Latino based organizations. Together, more than $1.2 million has been awarded to Latino nonprofits across Colorado for programs that make a real difference in communities.
Rusty’s involvement with Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) provides a ton of community outreach. It’s a non-profit association that serves 135 members through a wide range of diverse companies and focuses on creating equal opportunities for minority firms in the construction industry. They encourage their firms to become active members through training, networking opportunities, out reach programs and public advocacy groups. HCC represents minorities, women and small businesses in the subcontractor, supplies and services, design/engineering firms and public entities, among their members are some of the largest contractors in the United States.