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KodiakFast-growing Kodiak Building Partners is diversifying its portfolio through new acquisitions. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Due to the diversity in building codes and construction practices, Kodiak Building Partners believes that the way to win business is through placing trust into local leadership. That’s why the fast-growing Highlands Ranch, Colo.-based company is further diversifying its portfolio through new acquisitions and investments into businesses that it keeps operating on a local level.  

AB CapstoneAB Capstone grows with its transit-oriented developments in New York.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

AB Capstone is a vertically integrated real estate company that develops, builds and manages properties throughout the Queens, Brooklyn and Bronx boroughs of New York City. On the commercial side, the company builds retail, office and community facilities such as medical center and daycare centers. Residentially, AB Capstone constructs buildings of 50 or more units that run the gamut from affordable housing to middle income to luxury housing.

GettyImages 157333863Live Oak Contracting’s long-term focus allows it to maintain a strong pipeline of work. 

By Knighthouse Editorial Staff

It can take some companies decades to establish a leadership position, but Live Oak Contracting has only needed five short years. “We’ve definitely been able to achieve a lot in a short period of time,” President and CEO Paul Bertozzi declares.

CresentCresent Construction aims to go national as it takes on projects – without the help of subcontractors.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Many builders rely on subcontractors to do the majority of the work on a project, but Cresent Construction LLC takes pride in being able do these tasks all on its own. “When you’re dealing with us, you’re dealing with those that are able to get the work done,” owner and President John E. Seard Jr. declares.

Home PerformanceHome Performance Alliance specializes in impact-resistant windows and doors to protect Florida homes when disaster strikes. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Since 1980, windstorms have caused almost $1 trillion in damage in the United States with 85 percent of that amount since 2000, according to Climate.gov. Increased population in coastal areas, such as Florida, combined with the effects of global warming indicate that damages exceeding that number will occur during the next 40 years.  

TG NickelOne Clinton and the reconstructed Brooklyn Heights Library will bring high levels of quality to the community when they are completed in 2020. By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Libraries of old were mostly dark places of quiet, solitary study and reading, and often were staffed by strict, schoolmarm-type workers. Today’s libraries, however, offer so much more than this and have vibrant resources for a community. The team behind the reconstruction of the Brooklyn Heights Library in Brooklyn, N.Y., understands the new branch will be a pillar of the community, as well as the physical foundation for a new level of luxury for the neighborhood’s living spaces. 

ZOM LivingZOM Living’s Atelier project will set itself apart from other projects in Dallas.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

After four decades, ZOM Living has a strong reputation for its work. “We’re known for having some of the best products in the marketplace,” Vice President Jason Haun declares. “We’ve done projects as tall as 50 stories as well as three stories in suburban neighborhoods.”

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