Carter & Burgess Forms Design-Build Alliance
In order to upgrade its design-build delivery services, the Boston office of Carter & Burgess has paired with Konover Construction Corporation (KCC)
In order to upgrade its design-build delivery services, the Boston office of Carter & Burgess has paired with Konover Construction Corporation (KCC) to target the warehouse/distribution center market in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
The new alliance, Carter & Burgess/Konover, is a strategic match, according to Steve Schein, senior vice president with Carter & Burgess, the 62-year-old, national A/E firm. “By joining forces with Konover, we team with a regional construction powerhouse that has the management depth, development experience and strong marketing focus needed in the warehouse/distribution center market,”
KCC, with offices in Farmington, Conn., and Columbia, Md., is a $250 million commercial construction company that has served the eastern United States for more than 40 years, with a specialty in retail construction.
“As more companies seek better use of their real estate and financial resources, design-build warehouse/distribution projects will be a key component of the construction market,” explains Tom Rousseau, vice president of business development for KCC.
For more information about these companies, or about the merger, visit the web site of either Carter & Burgess or Konover Construction .
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