Industrial construction is a highly specialized type of construction encompassing the building of:
Basically, if the structure required is big and needed for largescale production or work, it falls under the purview of industrial construction. Such structures are usually initiated by business or government. Industrial construction also includes the upkeep and maintenance of these “industrial-sized” structures. In fact, some construction companies specialize exclusively in industrial construction maintenance, while others focus on industrial construction “installation.”
Institutional construction is focused on public works and government projects, along with projects related to Healthcare, Education, and Recreation. At Summit Building & Design, we specialize in the following types of intuitional construction:
Commercial construction is focused on for-profit enterprises—shopping centers, office buildings, small businesses, strip malls, convenience stores, and others.
More than any other kind of construction, commercial is fueled and driven by business. The strength and health of the commercial construction sector is largely dependent on current economics. Is the economy growing, stagnant, or in recession? Are businesses expanding, downsizing, or just not hiring? How are the monthly jobs numbers looking? Is unemployment rising, decreasing, or remaining unchanged?
The answer to these questions largely determines the strength and health of the commercial sector. Commercial construction is also affected—though to a lesser degree—by population swings and shifts, and ebbs and flows.
The process of building a commercial structure requires the consideration of unique factors that aren’t as relevant or at all relevant in other construction projects. For example, what color schemes, geometric shapes and patterns, flooring materials, lighting sources, and ceilings styles are most likely to maximize a particular business’s profits? What’s the best usage of the available land for the structure to enable sufficient parking for the business’s customers? Should the structure be one, two, or three stories—maybe more? All these considerations and others play into the commercial process.
Whether your project is industrial, institutional, or commercial, Summit Building & Design can help you take it from concept to completion. We take your ideas and shape them into practical, stylish designs. We then build those designs into a finished creation. We keep you, the client, apprised every step of the way, and we welcome and encourage your input.
What do you need to build? If you’ve got questions, or want to discuss a project, contact Summit Building & Design. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 956-727-6601. You can also visit us in person Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm, at 4506 Hwy 359 Laredo, TX 78043. We look forward to working with you!