Case Studies July 2013

Ambling University Development Group LLC

Ambling University Development Group LLC (AUDG) understands the importance of delivering facilities that improve on-campus living and contribute to the educational mission and style of its higher education clients. AUDG works with both private and public institutions, utilizing a highly interactive approach based on extensive feedback from students, clients and stakeholders during the project’s initial […]

Atlantic Marine Construction Company Inc.

Bruce Exum Sr. founded Atlantic Marine Construction Company Inc. (AMC) in 1982 as a small military contractor working out of a single location in Virginia. AMC has grown steadily over the years, and Bruce Sr. now co-owns the business with his wife. “We started off over 30 years ago as a residential marine construction company,” […]

Bill Anskis Company Inc

William Anskis founded Bill Anskis Company Inc. (BAC) in 1964 as a small contractor in Shamokin, Pa. Performing residential and smaller concrete jobs around the area, William worked with his two sons, Bruce and Mark. The brothers accompanied their father during summer breaks throughout high school and after graduation, joined the family business full time. […]

Bone Dry Roofing

Gene and Randy Judd founded Bone Dry Roofing (Bone Dry) in 1989 with just a handful of employees and a healthy dose of ambition. “We started as a very small organization in one Indianapolis location,” recalls Gene, owner of Bone Dry. “During the past 24 years we’ve grown to be a very successful company with […]

Bruce & Merrilees Electric Company

At Bruce & Merrilees Electric Company (BM) each employee’s mission is to safely and profitably manage, construct and service electrical and transportation projects.  BM hopes to achieve this aspiration by executing quality work in the safest, most ethical and timely manner, in order to develop and maintain satisfied customers, as well as retain and attract […]

Case Supply Inc.

Case Supply Inc. (Case) is a third generation family-owned and -operated supplier based in Syracuse, N.Y. Joe Cicci founded the business in 1958, after buying out a local supplier for residential contractors. Today, his grandson, also named Joe Cicci, runs the business as president. The younger Joe’s father, Alfred, is still actively involved with the […]

Central Cooling & Heating Inc.

Central Cooling and Heating Inc. (CCH) is the Greater Boston Area’s top installer and servicer of residential environmental comfort products. The company has been operating since 1966; founded by Doug Hamilton Sr. The first office was in Doug Sr.’s basement, out of which he installed his first humidifier in a home in Lynn, Mass., for […]

City Electric Inc.

Since 1946 City Electric Inc. (CEI) has served the needs of Alaskans and others throughout the West, going where ever the job demands. From the Sierras in northern California to Juneau to Prudhoe Bay in north Alaska, CEI has established itself by being able to handle all kinds of harsh weather conditions with dedication and […]

Claiborne Pell Elementary School

In April 2012 Bacon Construction Company Inc. (BCC) broke ground on a major institutional project in Newport, R.I. “We are building a brand new elementary school,” says Kathleen Labouliere, executive manager on the Claiborne Pell Elementary School (CPE) project. “The CPE will be a 103,000-square foot, two-story school. We are working closely with the Newport […]

Construction Supervisors, Inc.

When the going gets tough, clients ask for Construction Supervisors Inc. (CSI). Duane Fossler initially established CSI in 1966 under the name Construction Coordinators, only changing the name in 1976 when Ron Mostyn partnered up with the team. Under any name, though, CSI stands for a straightforward, no-nonsense approach to general contracting, which calls for […]

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