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HolladayHolladay Construction Group leverages an extensive history in property development to turn concepts into reality, meeting all of its clients’ expectations.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Born out of one of the leading real estate development and property management companies in the industry in 2007, Holladay Construction Group’s unique history provides it with the experience and operational skills from an owner’s perspective to offer extended design/build support. “The key is to deliver a quality project and treat it like you were paying for it with your own money,” President Scott Trueblood says. 

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The city of Minneapolis’ new Public Service Building will create a central hub for government business, becoming the new face of public service.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

The City of Minneapolis is building a new Public Service Building that will consolidate staff formerly located at various sites throughout the city and improve access to services for the public. “For the City of Minneapolis, this is a generational building,” Director of Major Real Estate Projects for the City of Minneapolis Greg Goeke says. “We are really looking to this as a huge opportunity to improve our way of working with the public, as well as centralizing staff.”

JGRQuality, speed and dependability have led to growth for JGR Construction.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

JGR Construction, which works mostly for general contractors, has about 10 competitors it sees on a regular basis but differs from them in several ways. “We focus on quality and speed, both of which are necessary for us to be successful at what we do,” Co-president and Partner Antonio Obregon says. “We are extremely dependable. Dependability in construction doesn’t come around often and it certainly doesn’t come around easily.”

FabconFabcon’s Work to Existing (W2E) division allows it to better cater to clients.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Fabcon Precast provides a pre-stressed precast wall system, their job does not end when the project is completed. Often, the company receives calls from clients about repair services or expanding their spaces. And that is where its new Work to Existing (W2E) division can lend a hand.

HandMH&M Development builds, develops and does shell work to succeed in South Florida.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Harry Dornbusch was a child, his father brought him and his two brothers to construction sites in Columbia, where his construction firm Dorco was building commercial and residential projects. 

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