Barton Malow picBarton Malow leverages technology in the construction industry to deliver innovative building solutions for its clients. 

As a leader in the evolution of better health facilities, Barton Malow is overseeing the construction of BayCare Health System’s HealthHub at Bloomingdale in Valrico, Fla. The company prides itself on providing services that encompass the entire design/build process while maintaining its roots in constructing strong, quality buildings. 

Klinger Constructors picKlinger Constructors LLC delivers its signature blend of value and quality on a new mixed-use complex in Albuquerque.
By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Klinger Constructors LLC works on a project, it is not just there to deliver a structure and leave. Focusing on quality commercial, industrial, high-tech and healthcare projects, Klinger is dedicated to building dependable, honest relationships with its customers. With that strategy, quality processes and its extensive skills, Klinger has gained repeat business from most of its customers.

LL Holding picL&L Holding is nearing completion on two trophy assets in Midtown Manhattan.
By Staci Davidson and Jim Harris, Senior Editors at Knighthouse Media

L&L Holding Co. specializes in redevelopment, but “we tend to take a slightly extreme view on it,” according to Vice President Jeffrey Davis. By “extreme,” he means L&L goes above and beyond when it comes to value in its New York City projects, compared to other developers. This approach has not only won L&L many awards for its work, it also brings a lot of attention to the company for its dedication to excellence. 

“Developers often talk about being value-add, but we take it to an extreme and knock it out of the park,” Davis says. “We really reimagine the projects so they are something new and unique.”


CWDriver picC.W. Driver completes an iconic project in San Diego’s Mission Valley. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

General contracting and construction management fall into its areas of expertise. But that’s not how the folks at C.W. Driver see themselves. 

“We are a company of builders,” says Sam Myovich, project manager. “We’re not going to give you a cookie cutter set of services that we’ve used for other projects. We bring creative solutions to the table.”

Builtech Services picBuiltech builds trust with customers by balancing its entrepreneurial spirit with cutting-edge sophistication.
By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Ninety percent of Builtech Services’ customers are returning customers. That is an impressive feat in any industry, but especially so in the world of construction. For example, Builtech has completed more than 30 Ross Dress for Less stores in the past 24 months, according to Vice President Jon Frank. Builtech has found the key to bringing customers back time after time is simple: building trust.

Bowa Group picBowa Construction believes in supporting the Chicago communities it builds and works in.
By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Bowa Construction builds more than offices, medical centers, restaurants and other commercial buildings. “We are committed to the community and to developing our people, as well as our ability to hire new, talented people to grow the organization around,” President and CEO Nosa Ehimwenman says.

Merit picMerit General Contractors oversees the construction of the second distribution center in the Olathe, Kan.-based I-35 Logistics Park. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

After the successful completion of Building B in the I-35 Logistics Park in Olathe, Kan., which at the time was the largest building ever built on a speculative basis in the state of Kansas, Merit General Contractors is overseeing further development of the park. “One of the unique aspects about this project is we committed to the contract amount with only 50 percent of the documents completed,” President Don Crabtree says. “That’s not typically what we like to do, but in this case, we felt comfortable because we had completed the first building and knew we would be close.”

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