WebcorWebcor Builders is putting the finishing touches on a 21-story tower at a historic site in Hollywood where CBS had its broadcast and recording studios for decades.

By Russ Gager

Enthusiasts of mid-twentieth-century, old-time radio programs such as Jack Benny's “Lucky Strike Program,” Lucille Ball's “My Favorite Husband” and “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” might be familiar with the CBS studios in Hollywood from which they were broadcast. That site, now designated as a historic-cultural monument and named Columbia Square, is being transformed into a mixed-use media village and creative office complex encompassing an entire city block and emphasizing the entertainment and high-tech industries.

Hill ConstructionHill Construction weathered the recession by broadening its projects and entering the public sector.

By Tim O’Connor

The Great Recession was a dry period for the construction industry, but when a rare project did emerge owners sought contractors that they were confident would not go under and would see the building through. In the Lowcountry region along South Carolina’s coast, that contractor was Hill Construction.

Epcon picEpcon provides lifestage buyers with a comfortable lifestyle.

By Alan Dorich

When their children leave home, parents might find themselves looking for a smaller living space. Epcon has provided homebuyers with those spaces for 30 years, Vice President of Franchising Tim Rini says.

Based in Dublin, Ohio, Epcon builds homes and neighborhoods that are popular with homebuyers who are age 55 or older. Founders Ed Bacome and Phil Fankhauser started the company in 1986 and built their first condominium community in Columbus, Ohio.

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Galaxy Builders' experienced staff and pre-construction expertise enabled it to reach the quarter-century milestone. By Jim Harris

Galaxy Builders Ltd.’s staff of loyal, skilled employees helps it build strong relationships with clients. “Our people are what distinguish us,” says Neilesh Verma, president of the San Antonio, Texas-based contractor. “It’s our people who have done this kind of work time and time again, who bring a vast amount of knowledge to what needs to be built [and] who help us stand out.”

The company’s building experience extends back to 1991, when it was founded by Verma’s father Arun, an industry veteran who had previously worked as president of another contractor. This year marks the company’s 25th anniversary.

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