Centerplan Construction Company was founded in 2008 with the mission of offering construction management services to clients in the commercial space on retail and mixed use buildings throughout southern New England. Over the next several years in which the entire construction industry experience one of the most severe economic downturns in the last half century, Centerplan Construction Company continued to grow, adding both capacity and expertise in a full range of services associated with the construction of a wide range of projects throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. In 2013, “Inc.” magazine ranked Centerplan Construction Company the 100th fastest growing privately held companies and 4th fastest growing privately held construction companies in the United States from 2009-12, with gross annual sales of $56.4 million dollars, and a three year annual growth rate of 3,463 percent.
Today, Centerplan Construction continues to expand and solidify its position as one of southern New England’s leaders in the construction industry. Centerplan Construction was named to the ENR Top 400 in 2016. Services include:
These services are offered individually and collectively in a seamlessly coordinated delivery platform in the following areas of construction:
Landmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail spaceLandmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail space located in the historic section of Main Street.
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