Healthcare construction is a segment of the industry in which experienced project coordinators can bring additional value to architectural firms and building owners. IEI General Contractors, Inc. has used its extensive history of delivering new healthcare construction projects as well as additions, remodels and renovations for organizations throughout northeastern Wisconsin.
IEI General Contractors, Inc. has earned a level of trust with Menards, Associated Bank and others that has resulted in long-term franchise construction relationships.
National and regional retailers rely on IEI General Contractors, Inc. to provide a variety of retail contractor services for their operations in Green Bay, the Fox Valley and throughout northeastern Wisconsin.
Commercial concrete work in Green Bay and northeast Wisconsin follows the path of a regional economy that thrives on the diversity of its business ventures.
De Pere, Wisconsin, contractor has earned accolades for preservation work IEI General Contractors Inc., a northeastern Wisconsin leader in commercial, educational and municipal building construction, renovation and remodeling, has released…
Arriving at accurate construction estimates can be a long and winding road as building owners and other stakeholders come to conclusions about the scope of their project.
IEI is rapidly establishing itself as a leading commercial contractor in exquisite historical building renovation after receiving its second Historical Preservation Award in three years from the AGC of Wisconsin.
For at least two of the IEI General Contractors team, those 30 years have gone rapidly and they've experienced every curve and bump in the road.
Building owners looking for a renovation contractor in Green Bay and northeast Wisconsin are turning to IEI General Contractors, Inc., on the strength of its track record in breathing new life into aging assets.
IEI General Contractors, a leader in construction management and construction site safety in Green Bay, was presented with a pair of prestigious safety awards at its spring safety meeting.