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Ferguson performs general contracting, commercial, and industrial construction services

Since 1920, companies throughout Ohio and Indiana have trusted Ferguson Construction Company for general contracting, commercial, and industrial construction services. With more than 300 associates and offices in Sidney, Dayton, and Columbus, Ohio, as well as Indianapolis, Indiana, Ferguson Construction has a team that’s close to you.

Ferguson Construction is an award-winning general contracting company specializing in manufacturing and industrial buildings, medical office buildings, healthcare facilities, retail, and commercial spaces. Learn more about Ferguson general contracting and the markets we serve.

Commercial and industrial construction services from Ferguson

Every construction company promises to deliver on time and on budget. However, many variables can cause timelines to shift, crews to be delayed, or materials to become unavailable. That’s why Ferguson Construction takes the extra step to employ professionals for all stages of workflow, from site developers, architects, project managers, and engineers to concrete, steel, masonry, and carpentry professionals.

Our team works with yours to ensure site specifications, permits, financing, and labor considerations are determined upfront to maintain timelines, budget, and quality control. Learn more about our construction capabilities.

To get a cost competitive quote for your next construction project or to schedule a free consultation, call a Ferguson Construction expert at 937-498-2381 or contact us online today.

Learn more about our capabilities, self-performing capacity, and our various manners of project approach.

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