What could be wrong with building luxurious condominium structures in one of world’s most coveted Caribbean locations? Well, not much, admits David Wilson, project manager at Butler Development Group, Grand Cayman’s premier builder of luxury resort condominiums. 

In January, Loveland, Colo.-based Alliance Construction Solutions officially became an employee-owned firm when former owner Clayton Schwerin retired and President Bill Joyner, Executive Vice President Brian Weinmaster and 12 other employees bought interest in the company. “Previously, there had been a small percentage of employee ownership, but now more than half of our work force has an ownership stake,” Joyner says.

Enhancing staff development programs and educating its partners on sustainable building practices are major focus points for C.F. Evans Construction as it gears up for recovery in the national housing market. The Orangeburg, S.C.-based firm has built more than 5,000 residential units throughout the southeast United States in recent years including multifamily, senior living and student housing projects.

After more than six decades, ABEL Building Solution says it is at the forefront of the buildings materials industry with a reputation for quality. “[Our vision] is to be the leading regional supplier of superior building solutions,” the company says. Based in Mount Hope, Trinidad, ABEL is one of the Caribbean’s largest manufacturers of clay building blocks, Metro steel, aluminum doors and windows, and Astralite and Spectra UPVC windows and doors. Founders Harold Eckel and William Arehart started the company with the financial backing of Alfred Alstons.

The difference between a custom and a production home can be recognized easily by the public and realtor community. But for Shaddock Homes – whose president, Peter Shaddock, started as a custom homebuilder – the difference is more difficult to detect. “What we do is we give people a custom home without charging a custom home price,” Shaddock emphasizes. “Shaddock Homes is a large-scale, custom homebuilding operation.”

Recently, President Roger Neighbors of Neighbors Construction Co. Inc. (NCCI) received a more-than-welcome “blast from the past.” It was a call from a former client who had hired NCCI in the 1970s, while Roger Neighbors’ father, Pat Neighbors, was still leading the company. “The guy said, ‘I knew your dad in the ’70s, and I’ve been calling around town asking people who’s the best contractor to do apartments, and it turns out that it’s still you guys,’” Neighbors recalls. “He knew us from over 40 years ago, which is great. It’s priceless. That’s the name that we have built over the years, and we continue to build on that.”

Every day, Home Creations Inc. strives to maintain its status as “Oklahoma’s premier new homebuilder.” Some may see this as a lofty goal, but Home Creations has found a formula for its business that keeps it at the top – a combination of quality construction, understanding the needs of homebuyers and always going “above and beyond in fulfilling expectations,” according to Anita Wagoner, marketing and sales director.

As the largest disaster restoration contracting organization in North America – not to mention the first and only green-certified company in its industry – no job is too small or too large for Disaster Kleenup International (DKI). Established in 1974, the Wood Dale, Ill.-based company’s portfolio ranges from $300 toilet overflows to multimillion-dollar disaster relief efforts that followed the 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurricane Katrina. No matter what the size, every project receives the same immediate response, attention to detail, technical excellence, quality service and fair pricing, President Dale Sailer asserts.

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