Focus

EllisDon Western Canada is a major player in Canada’s wild west. Over the years, EllisDon has grown into a construction industry leader, completing more than $2 billion in new projects each year. The company’s Western Canada offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver are no different, leading the industry in all sectors, although it primarily pursues commercial and institutional projects.

Boulder says it strives to provide a safe work environment for people and property. As it serves the entire province of Alberta, Boulder Contracting Ltd. says it is up to the task of providing civil contracting services. “Boulder Contracting’s skilled personnel and modern heavy equipment fleet are ready to construct [our client’s] next project,” the company says.

A healthcare project gains the experience of Brasfield & Gorrie. Good things happen when teams have time to mesh and create an atmosphere where each player is in sync with the other. Brasfield & Gorrie says that is taking place on the Health Village Medical Office Building (HVMOB) project in Orlando, Fla.

Wood is low in energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. When people think of environmentally friendly energy sources, they cite renewable resources. So how would these people react when considering roofing systems if told instead of oil-based asphalt products, they could cover a roof with solid, renewable wood? Not only that, but it would have to be replaced far less frequently than other roofing products and be environmentally friendly.

Alaska’s Roger Hickel Contracting makes partnering a top priority. Using its staff’s value-engineering experience, Roger Hickel Contracting (RHC) prides itself on finding ways to reduce costs in its civil and commercial general contracting jobs. In addition to self-performing key parts of a project, the company prides itself on working closely with the owner, designer and subcontractors to identify areas in which costs can be cut.

Camden property trust aims to develop properties that enhance people’s lifestyles. ‘The hummingbird, universally liked and fascinating to watch, symbolizes the moment just prior to landing – this moment is about destination, about coming home to Camden,” says Houston-based Camden Property Trust.

G.W. Mitchell & Sons Inc. stands tall despite increased outside competition. Much like the plot of an old Western, the San Antonio construction market recently has seen a lot of outsiders move into town with the intention of running roughshod over the locals. However, G.W. Mitchell Construction is one local that’s not running from the fight. Vice President Lane Mitchell says the long-time family company has the know-how and the skills to fend off the out-of-towners and to continue its long history of quality construction well after competitors have moved on to another town.

Draeger’s unique market niche and capability to self-perform sets it apart Draeger Construction of San Jose, Calif., is a family owned and operated business that serves a unique industry niche: repairing multifamily and commercial structures damaged by fire, water, storms, vandalism and sometimes even construction defects left by the original builders, President and COO Bill Mann says.

Current Issue

Check out our latest edition!

 

alan blog ct

Contact Us

Construction Today Magazine
150 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60601

  312.676.1100
  312.676.1101

Click here for a full list of contacts.

Latest Edition

Spread The Love

Back To Top