It takes two flints to make a fire.

Message from founder

We are a learning organization.

Internally, we want to be a firm that is constantly learning. Whether it is on the latest technology that will make us more efficient, building materials and/or systems, green initiatives, safety, etc., we want to be the firm that is up to date on all of the advancements in the industry. That also means that we want to be constantly training and educating our staff, so they can in turn have the capacity to teach and educate our subcontractors, and more importantly our clients.

Furthermore, we want to grow the next generation of construction professionals, like I was throughout my career. So we want to construct an environment where everyone has the same access to information and training to develop their skill set and expand their capacity. Plus we want to provide everyone with the same opportunity for advancement within the firm.

We feel that this is vital because people will be the most invested in what they are doing if they truly believe that what they are doing matters and counts towards furthering their own career.

Billy Tose

Teamwork makes the dream work.

Our big vision is to grow into a national firm capable of executing work across the country. By then we would have diversified our work capability into the private sector performing, work in the healthcare, hospitality, educational, data centers, institutional, corporate, & law firm market sectors.

In addition to our private sector reach, we would have also grown into a major player in the federal, state, & local government areas as well. Our goal is to be a participant on major IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) contracts across the federal and state government agencies on a national level respective to the federal government.

This will allow us steady work opportunities that will help even out the peaks and valleys that we will experience in other market sectors, that is more driven by factors in the open markets those businesses operate in.


Are you ready to love your work?