Large-Scale Commercial Construction Projects

Big commercial construction projects are in! There are many commercial construction projects taking place in Bloomington and all around the Twin Cities Metro. Titus Contracting has been involved in some of these new construction and remodeling projects. We’re happy to see the trends moving toward larger projects. If you have a large-scale remodeling project, don’t hesitate to contact us. No job is too big!

Recent Trends

For awhile, smaller commercial construction projects had been prevalent in the industry. Titus Contracting has seen this trend over the past five years or so. During the recession, businesses cut back on projects that they didn’t feel were a necessity. Some businesses were even cutting back on labor, so large commercial construction projects were out of the question. However, some construction and remodeling projects just couldn’t be put off, so smaller projects prevailed.

Growing Communities and Needs

Now things seem to be holding steady, or they’re on the upswing, so more and more business owners are willing to spend larger sums of money. Communities are growing and so is the need for large-scale commercial construction projects. Titus Contracting is happy to help local community members get the facilities they need. It’s amazing what a facelift can do for a business!

New Builds and Remodels

Large-scale commercial constructions usually fall into two categories: new builds and remodeling projects. We have seen both types of jobs taking place throughout Bloomington and the Twin Cities Metro. There are some companies that are building a large facility from the ground up. Other business owners have chosen to stay with their current building and are doing a large-scale remodeling project instead. We are happy to help with both.

If you’re ready to get started with your commercial construction project in Bloomington MN, contact Titus Contracting today by calling 952-746-7817 or Contact us Here.

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