T Bone Construction picT-Bone Construction entrusted an industry veteran to build its new fuel service and construction division.

By Tim O’Connor

T-Bone Construction Inc.’s advantage is its ability to complete work using in-house resources. The company owns excavation equipment, operates its own trucking division and has its own crews that can complete the electrical and cabinetry components of its projects. In-house architects can design a structure and its general contracting team can see it built to completion.

Hensel Phelps Plains Region picHensel Phelps counts on repeat clients and a flexible approach to grow its business.

By Tim O’Connor

Loyalty and longevity are difficult to come across in the construction industry, but those traits are the foundation of Hensel Phelps, one of the nation’s top 20 general contractors, according to the Engineering News-Record.

Take Alan Bliesmer, vice president and regional director for Hensel Phelps’ Plains Region office.  Bliesmer started with the company shortly after graduating college 27 years ago. Since then, he’s worked in five of the company’s regional offices, including two terms in the Plains Region. In that time, Bliesmer has watched Hensel Phelps open four new regional offices to better support its customers and grow its annual revenue from $500 million to $3.5 billion. “What I’ve seen is a very steady, planned growth based around client relationships,” he says.

HYMThe HYM Investment Group aims to transform downtown Boston with its latest project, Bulfinch Crossing.
By Bianca Herron

The HYM Investment Group (HYM) is a real estate development company that specializes in large, complicated mixed-use urban projects. For more than 35 years, the principals of the Boston-based company have completed projects in Boston, Cambridge, and its metropolitan suburbs. Today, HYM has over 9 million square feet of real estate under development.

Rogers OBrien picRogers-O’Brien Construction uses innovative technology to deliver a high-quality product, and its latest project is no exception.
By Bianca Herron

Rogers-O’Brien Construction (RO) has become one of the leading general contractors in Texas since its founding in 1969. With offices in Austin, Dallas and Houston, the Texas-based company provides a range of preconstruction and construction management services for a variety of industries, including healthcare, mixed-use, residential and corporate.

After nearly 50 years in the industry, the company’s culture and reputation continue to set it a part from its competition, Project Manager Dustin Moore says. “We’ve been around for a long time and have had very good leadership for 50 years,” Moore says proudly. “Also, staying on top of the new technology in the industry has helped us to be the premier builder in Texas. We’re always looking to better our processes so that we can make each project more efficient and faster, and deliver a good product to our customers.”

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