Projetech’s island experience comes into play on a new power plant project. People usually use electricity generators powered by diesel fuel as backup power. But that is the only electricity source in Providenciales on the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI). Coal or nuclear power are not options. Being able to efficiently handle a loss of electrical power and power infrastructure on Providenciales after a major hurricane was one of the motivations for the local electrical utility, Provo Power Co. (PPC), to build a new $5 million headquarters and customer service building adjacent to its power generation station.

O’Malley Construction works hard to build bonds with clients and employees. The general economy is in a recession, but it is not noticeable for O’Malley Construction Co., based in the Chicago suburbs. The general contractor is staying busy catering to the needs of its clients with which it has established long-standing relationships.

Strong partnerships are the key to success for Gamma International. After 37 years in the curtain wall industry and participating in several high-profile projects worldwide, Elliot Kracko retired, but his partners weren’t quite ready to let him go. So in 2007, he joined them when they purchased Gamma International, a 40-year-old company that provides curtain wall, recladding and window wall services in the eastern United States and Canada. The company is headquartered in Miami and has locations in New York City, Quebec, Montreal and Toronto.

Capform Inc.’s focus on its customers has led to repeat business. Full-service concrete contractor Capform Inc. is headquartered in Texas and has two satellite locations in Florida, a state that – like most others – is facing economic struggles.

Essroc Cement is making its manufacturing plant more efficient. When something is said to be “set in concrete,” it’s usually understood to be unchanging. But that is not the case with the actual cement industry, which continuously modernizes to keep up with trends.

Stuart Olson wants subs to be treated as experts and owners to get value. There is something unique to every construction project. It could be something in the design of the building or location of the site, the materials, the scheduling or budget requirements, or an assortment of other things.

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