Higher Education Building Construction
For nearly 30 years, we have been defining the landscape by constructing some of the finest college and university structures in the United States. Michigan State University Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum and Wells Hall, The United States Naval Academy King Hall Galley, Morgan State University Center for Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies, Coppin State University Science and Technology Center, University of Chicago Mansueto Research Pavilion, University of Michigan Stadium Expansion, and University of Notre Dame Hockey Arena are a few of those buildings that show the diversity of our work and locations.
Collaborative Working Environment
This experience has taught us the importance of working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders. We are experts at helping you make the best decisions to achieve the balance between buildings that endure and become part of a permanent campus, and buildings that maximize your capital investment. We understand that a construction project is an enormous undertaking and that there are a number of college construction companies out there. That’s why we are here to help you.
Our approach is to understand your unique higher education building construction needs and goals, including the quality, cost and delivery schedule goals of the campus at large. By working closely with you and the entire team, we can tailor our university construction expertise to ensure we meet all of your goals and expectations.
With a multitude of collegiate experience, we understand the preconstruction effort, management process and logistics of construction in a campus setting. We have an in-house staff of electrical and mechanical engineers, project planners, architects and Building Information Modelers that bring with them a thorough understanding of the unique cost and coordination situations commonly encountered with such complex construction projects.
Team, ethics and quality-driven education projects are a Barton Malow tradition.
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