GMCBA Commercial Construction Companies

A commercial contractor is a general contractor who specializes in commercial construction projects such as offices, retail stores, restaurants, medical facilities, educational facilities and warehouses. If you want a new building, building reconstruction, additional office space or other structures, a commercial contractor is the right professional for the job. Commercial construction will typically involve more specialized equipment, require different building techniques and have more restrictions than those for residential construction. Therefore, it is best to look for commercial construction companies who specialize in this kind of work.

Commercial construction often requires special permits and follows more stringent codes and regulations than those found in residential construction. Commercial buildings are larger and more complicated than residential houses with longer timelines and larger budgets. The commercial contractor is in charge of overseeing the construction site and the entire project from start to finish. They are also in charge of purchasing materials and hiring other contractors and subcontractors to perform specialized tasks.

Tips in Hiring a Commercial Construction Company

Commercial construction is very complex, so it is important that you choose a commercial construction company with the right experience, level of skill, licensing and insurance. These should be backed up with a project portfolio showcasing their work, client testimonials and additional references.


Hiring a company with a long track record is a good rule of thumb. Experience is key when it comes to planning and building a successful commercial construction project. Years of experience results in a solid set of skills and capabilities. Each company will have their own set of qualities that sets them apart from any competitors. It is good to make sure their skill set matches with your particular project.


A commercial contractor should have a broad knowledge in building legislation and laws governing the building industry along with regulations and local building codes. Proper professional licensing is a must along with any insurance required to safeguard the project, cover subcontractors and protect yourself from liability, so ask about it.


A trusted successful commercial construction company will have references available to give you. Go ahead and reach out to previous clients to ask about their experience with the company. A professional commercial construction company will be able to show past projects including client testimonials and referrals.


You will be involved with your commercial contractor during the entirety of the project from planning through construction, so good communication is a must. A good commercial contractor will work to understand all the aspects of the project including design, materials, budgets and timelines keeping you updated every step of the way. A straightforward and efficient line of communication should be expected. Bids are an important part of the commercial building process and should be well communicated. Contractor proposals should include the entire project scope, materials, work schedule, breakdown of cost and terms of payment.

Boyett Construction, Inc

“Boyett Construction is a commercial General Contractor with a reputation built on quality workmanship and integrity. We have completed projects in a variety of fields including financial, offices, schools, and churches. Our goal is to exceed the expectations of each of our clients.”

Phone: 256-974-6750 or E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Boyette Construction Website

Building Construction Associates

“Building Construction Associates (BCA) provides extensive expertise and very personalized service to help you achieve your building goals. We’ll meet your custom needs quickly, with as many cost-saving standard components as possible.”

Phone: 256-351-2322

Building Construction Association Website

Ecoworx Services & Cleaning

Phone: 256-476-9272

Genesis Construction Company

Phone: 256-751-0888

Gordian, Inc.

Phone: 256-353-0123

Griffin Developers

"We are a family owned and operated business for over 35 years offering a wide variety of services from excavating, demolition, foundations, septic system installation, retaining walls, pond systems, drainage systems, and hauling services."

Phone: 256-498-5151

Griffin Developers Website

Jerry L Smith & Associates

Phone: 256-351-0436

Nowlin Developments Company, Inc.

"We practice both commercial and residential real estate law, title searches and real estate closings."

Phone: 256-353-8601 or E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nowlin Developments Website

Ray's Construction Company, LLC

Phone: 256-566-7511

The Smith Group & Associates, LLC.

Phone: 256-309-5309  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tucker Contracting, LLC

“Tucker Contracting LLC is a licensed and insured company serving the North Alabama area. We are happy to handle all of your home or business renovations, remodels, builds, and/or repairs. Give us a call for a free estimate on your project.”

Phone: 256-303-1222 or  E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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