POMPANO BEACH, Fla., April 26, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Current Builders (www.currentbuilders.com) will celebrate their 45th anniversary in June 2017. Formed in 1972, the company has evolved into an award-winning general contracting firm. Throughout the years, Current Builders has worked with the area’s leading developers to shape South Florida’s landscape with construction volumes of approximately $150 million annually.
A highly regarded technology leader, the company was one of the first to introduce BIM (Building Information Modeling) to their clients, and they continue to lead in the tech realm by advancing the use of drones and virtual reality platforms. Through their CB University program and extensive mentoring partnerships, the company’s influence will be a guiding force in the industry for generations to come.
“We are honored to have reached this milestone,” said President & CEO, Chip Reid. “Current Builders has been fortunate to have forged many important relationships throughout our history. Our partnerships with leading multi-family and commercial developers, industrial warehouse clients and architects have helped us build numerous projects that have brought a dynamic mix of multi-family and commercial options to the market.”
Reid credits the company’s early success to projects with The Related Group, their primary multi-family client for many years. As the company grew, they expanded their reach and developed long-term relationships with the Graham Companies, Housing Trust Group, Hines Residential, Rosemurgy Properties, Liberty Property Trust, IDI, Zom, Wood Partners, Mainstreet Capital Partners, Midgard Group, and many others.
Relationships have been essential to the company’s success, both with contractors and employees. Current Builder’s has created an atmosphere of advancement through CB University where education, innovation and enhanced safety protocols are an integral part of the program.
“The construction industry is at a pivotal juncture,” said Reid. “New technology, along with a shortage of skilled workers, is driving the industry to reinvent itself. Our programs are preparing our employees for these game-changing advances, while also supporting the next-level education goals of our talented employees. During the past 45 years, Current Builders has left a tangible mark with numerous construction projects, but we are most proud about building the next generation of industry leaders.”
More information: http://www.currentbuilders.com/.
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