Keeping Ohio Covered

Feazel Inc. offers roofing, windows, siding, gutters, roof repair and maintenance, chimney repairs and even insulation. Although it advertises its services through the Internet and local television partners in specific markets, Feazel’s number one work source continues to be repeat customers and referrals. “That’s our top lead source: repeat business and word-of-mouth,” says Hellmich.

Feazel Inc.

A Family Business Flourishes in Construction and Community Involvement

GAC Contractors is a leader in the Northwest Florida construction trade with a reputation for community involvement. GAC is qualified to serve all federal, state and local government agencies and has built roads, bridges, buildings and other structures. Based in Panama City, Florida, GAC has a building division and a road and site work division, which includes segments doing asphalt and underground utilities projects.

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An Eye on the Future

Northline Utilities LLC (NLU), an electrical contractor, based in Au Sable Forks, New York, is a busy firm with a wide array of services. In addition to electrical-based construction work, NLU offers consultation services to the utilities industry; technical training through a series of complementary companies; and project and construction management. Northline also has a foot in the fast-growing renewable energy sector in New York State.

Northline Utilities

A Small Business Success Story

Hewitt Young Electric provides a full range of services from design and new construction to rehabilitation, maintenance, and more. The team is prepared to take on virtually any size project in any sector, whether commercial, industrial, institutional or residential.

Hewitt Young Electric

A Long Island Firm Builds a Strong Reputation

Hinck Electrical Contractor, Inc., of Long Island, New York has a reputation for tackling tough jobs, while maintaining family ties and ensuring employee loyalty. The company also prides itself on its wide array of services.

Hinck Electrical Contractor, Inc.

Power On, New York

The New York Electrical Contractors Association (NYECA) is the largest chapter of the National Electrical Contractors’ Association (NECA) and one of the oldest industry organizations of its kind in the country. In 2017, NYECA will celebrate its 125th anniversary and continues to serve as the leading voice for New York’s $13 billion electrical industry.

New York Electrical Contractors Association (NYECA)

Spanning the Globe

For almost three decades, Scott Steel Erectors, Inc. has been a leader in high quality conventional steel buildings and general contracting with turnkey services from initial design to supply and erection. Its main location is on Northside Road in Burlington, Ontario and it has a second in King City, north of Toronto, but Scott Steel takes on projects across Canada and around the globe.

Scott Steel Erectors

Master Roofers, Timeless Protection

Toiture Couture has grown from humble beginnings to become a premier roofing construction, maintenance and repair provider in Quebec. The company is a family-owned and is currently in its second generation of management. Though company leadership has changed, it offers the same timeless protection and quality guarantee.

Toiture Couture

Food and Beverage Industry Specialists

Established in 1984, Gottstein Corporation has continually engaged in good manufacturing processes that meet the needs of its clients’ operations. The industrial mechanical contractor specializes in installation, setup, mechanical process and maintenance for the world’s food and beverage industry.

Gottstein Corporation

Thriving in the Sunshine State

Peavy & Son Construction operates out of Havana, Florida, a small town in the northern part of the Sunshine State, very near the border with Georgia. The firm specializes in road resurfacing and works on everything from highways to city streets, residential roads, parking lots and even runaways for airplanes. Asphalt and concrete are two of its main building materials…

Peavy & Son Construction

Under the Sea

Marine construction – a combination of harsh environment and special considerations. North America has plenty of coastline and the demand for construction in the marine environment isn’t going away any time soon. Yet we don’t often consider or even think about what goes into the design and construction of the structures that bridge our waterways, line our shores and allow the docking of our largest cargo ships.

September 25, 2018, 4:06 AM EDT