Rogers OBrien picRogers-O’Brien Construction uses innovative technology to deliver a high-quality product, and its latest project is no exception.
By Bianca Herron

Rogers-O’Brien Construction (RO) has become one of the leading general contractors in Texas since its founding in 1969. With offices in Austin, Dallas and Houston, the Texas-based company provides a range of preconstruction and construction management services for a variety of industries, including healthcare, mixed-use, residential and corporate.

After nearly 50 years in the industry, the company’s culture and reputation continue to set it a part from its competition, Project Manager Dustin Moore says. “We’ve been around for a long time and have had very good leadership for 50 years,” Moore says proudly. “Also, staying on top of the new technology in the industry has helped us to be the premier builder in Texas. We’re always looking to better our processes so that we can make each project more efficient and faster, and deliver a good product to our customers.”

Turner picTurner Construction prides itself on offering customers a global reach with local delivery.
By Bianca Herron

Henry Turner founded Turner Construction 115 years ago based on the core values of commitment, integrity and teamwork. Today, the New York-based contractor is an international construction services company that has earned a reputation for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation and embracing emerging technologies. 

With more than 5,000 employees, Turner Construction completes 1,500 projects annually and has a network of offices across the United States as well as a presence in 20 countries. The company prides itself on providing its clients with the support of a local firm with the stability and resources of a multinational organization.

The Weitz Company picThe Weitz Company’s passion for its core values and lean implementation are foundational to its expansion into Minnesota.

By Chris Kelsch

The Weitz Company has a long and storied history. Founded in 1855, it is the oldest commercial general contractor found west of the Mississippi River. Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, the company descends from a small carpentry shop founded by German immigrant Charles H. Weitz in what was then Fort Des Moines.

He handed down his values and craftsmanship to four generations of his family, and today the company has 11 offices throughout the United States. Though the company is no longer family owned, having been bought in 2012 by Orascom Construction Limited, it continues to excel in a full range of Commercial building types as the industrial agriculture, manufacturing and heavy industrial markets.

Farmtek Clearspan picClearSpan’s fabric structures can survive harsh weather – even hurricanes.
By Alan Dorich

ClearSpan Fabric Structures Inc. delivers products that are built to last. “In Fort Lauderdale, Fla., people always ask me what happens when the hurricanes come through,” Sales Director Geoffrey Ching says.

He tells them ClearSpan’s products can endure such harsh wind loads. “It should do as well, if not better, than any other building there,” he asserts.

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