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Walker Engineering picWalker Engineering maintains excellence in electrical engineering and construction projects by scoring touchdowns on some of the most complex projects in Texas.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Walker Engineering is Texas’ electrical contractor. Maintaining the company’s 36-year reputation across the state for engineering expertise and high-quality electrical work has been a priority for cousins and second-generation leaders CEO Scott Walker and President Brent Walker.

River City picRiver City Construction works on the New Fulton State Hospital to build a safer, more modern psychiatric facility in Missouri.

By Stephanie Crets

River City Construction has strived to provide high-quality results to its customers since it was formed in 1984. The company has built more than $3.75 billion worth of construction projects and grown to a workforce of more than 400 employees.

River City pursues a fair number of public work projects and has a good track record of successfully winning and being awarded these ‘hard bid’ jobs.  In addition, the company self-performs much of its own work on projects, including self-perform concrete, masonry, carpentry and architectural specialty packages. 

Stuart OlsonWith more than 100 years of experience, Stuart Olson knows what it takes to complete a successful project: teamwork, communication and understanding.
By Bianca Herron

Founded in 1911, Stuart Olson Inc. is a full-service construction company serving multiple industries, including healthcare, industrial, commercial, hospitality, oil and gas, and education. Since its founding more than a century ago, the Canada-based company prides itself on successfully collaborating with others, a tradition it strives to uphold today, according to Project Manager Sean Kangas.

“We understand the importance of respect and focusing on the best interest of the project, and not just the individuals involved,” Kangas says. “I think this has made us quite successful in the industry and is the reason for our many repeat clients.”

One of Stuart Olson’s many repeat clients is the University of Alberta. The company is currently constructing a long-term storage building on the university’s south campus.

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BARTON MALOW 01Barton Malow is performing a $50 million renovation on MSU’s Breslin Center while it remains in operation.
By Tim O’Connor

At a time when public projects are driven to find the lowest responsible bid, the impact of relationships can be understated. But the familiarity among owner, construction manager and contractors on the renovation and expansion of Michigan State University’s Breslin Student Events Center shows how critical trust can be in overhauling a facility that must remain open throughout construction.

All of the subcontractors chosen for the project are based in Michigan and many have worked on MSU projects before. “They understand the culture and expectation of the university so it’s not a matter of educating the contractors every time they come on site,” says Kevin Waldman, senior project manager for Barton Malow, the construction manager for the renovation.

MountcoMountco takes pride in building affordable housing projects that revitalize New York communities.

By Tim O’Connor

A good affordable housing project can transform a community. It can bring in young professionals such as teachers and municipal workers who earn less than 80 percent of the local average mean income (AMI), while helping elderly residents afford to remain in their town.

Affordable housing projects can even revitalize a community. Fifteen years ago, Mountco Construction & Development Corp. was one of the few affordable housing developers in Mount Vernon, N.Y., a suburb of New York City near the Bronx. Mountco’s work in the area brought new people to the city, which in turned lured more shops and local businesses, sparking an economic renewal.

“It turns around a community over time,” Mountco founder and President Joel Mounty says. “When you build affordable you’re really creating something for families and individuals.”

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G Greene

 G. Greene Construction empowers millennial workers to push new technologies and develop different ways of communicating that add more value for its clients in the occupied space market.

By Tim O’Connor

Most any company will tell you that its most valuable commodity is its people. So when G. Greene Construction finds someone who shares its values and has the fortitude to put the client ahead of their own company, it is quick to add that person to its team. “We don’t wait for a need,” says Tim King, director of business development. “We make sure if there is someone good out there we talk with them, qualify them and give them an opportunity to join our team.”

BenchmarkEarly involvement in the Lancaster General Hospital expansion positioned Benchmark Construction to better solve logistical challenges.

By Tim O’Connor

The city of Lancaster, Penn., has only 59,322 residents, according to the latest U.S. Census data, but its downtown area is as vibrant as any other town. Building a major project in the center of the city has the potential be a major disruption to the people who live and work there. So when Lancaster General Health began planning a major expansion of its downtown hospital it knew it needed a contractor who could balance not only the needs of the project, but also those of the residents and businesses nearby.

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