While we are focused on our strategy for the future, we take pride in the history of Gulf Coast Limestone. A clear understanding of how we got to where we are today can help us decide where we want to be tomorrow and how we are going to get there.
Gulf Coast Limestone is very active in the community & prides itself on giving back. Below is a small list of local organizations and schools that we encourage and support:
AGC of Houston, Bay Are Houston Economic Partnership , Bay Area Houston Transportation Partnership, Bay Area Sharks & Sharkettes, Bay Area Softball, Bay Area TX, Bayside Little League, Better Business Bureau , Boy Scouts of America, Clear Creek High School Project Graduation, Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, E.A. Smith YMCA, Ed White Elementary, Fun Fair Positive Soccer, HCA of Houston, James F. Bay Elm PTA, March of Dimes, Memorial Lutheran Church, New Teacher ’s luncheon, Port Mansfield Church of Christ, Port Mansfield Fire Department, Seabrook Pelican Path, Seabrook United Methodist Church, Shriner’s Burn Hospital, St. John United Methodist Church
The Gulf Coast suffered a tremendous amount of damage, including Seabrook, Tx where GCLI’s main office is located. The lower half of the office, several
properties the company owns, as well as the President’s home suffered flooding and damage from Hurricane Ike.
Gulf Coast Limestone, Inc. and The Old Parsonage Guest Houses were proud to be the work with The Extreme Makeover-Home Edition Team for The Beach family home in Kemah, TX.