We offer services that are designed specifically for your project’s needs.
This is the most traditional building method. In this mode we do not have a direct influence on the design but still have responsibility for the success of the project as designed. We often give input on the cost, code compliance, long term value, or constructability of systems, materials, and various details.
In the design/build environment we take responsibility from the start for all design aspects of the project. This can lead to significant savings in time and costs.
Construction management is another way for us to fulfill your building needs by serving directly as your agent organizing every aspect of the project’s needs, especially as the complexity of the project grows. This method is often used when coordinating the project with an existing facility or campus (and possibly multiple projects) rather than managing one stand-alone project.
A commercial construction contractor is a general contractor who specializes in commercial and large-scale construction projects for businesses. They are responsible for managing different aspects of the project, including equipment, materials, vendors, and subcontractors.
Generally, new buildings typically take 4- to 6 months to complete, and renovations can take 3 to 5 months. Keep in mind, every project is unique and completion types may vary.
Commercial builders provide construction services for many types of buildings, which include but are not limited to grocery stores and other retail establishments, office buildings, apartments, industrial and manufacturing facilities, hospitality and entertainment venues, sports facilities, and institutional structures.
Yes. We are fully insured and are licensed in several states including Missouri and Illinois.
Yes. Our team specializes in adaptive reuse construction, which means we can create a renovation plan that leverages local opportunities to invest in your community. Not only can adaptive reuse projects breathe new life into the neighborhood around them, but they’re also more cost-efficient and sustainable. While not all construction companies are willing to tackle adaptive reuse projects, we are happy to take on the challenge. Perhaps you are trying to give an older commercial building new life, or maybe you want to modernize a historical building to preserve it and bring it up to code.
High quality commercial building projects don’t have to be a headache.