Gilbane Building Company builds for the big boys (and girls). The firm provides construction services, consulting, subcontracting, and facilities management to commercial, institutional, and governmental markets. The company, which is the construction arm of Gilbane, builds schools, hospitals, laboratories, and prisons, serving both the public and private sectors. Among its projects are the Stroh Center at Bowling Green State University and the National WWII Memorial in Washington, DC. The company, which is family-owned, was founded in 1873 as a carpentry and general contracting shop. It has more than 30 locations around the US.
Gilbane Building Company is expanding throughout the US, primarily through new office openings and acquisitions. The company opened an Indianapolis location and another office in Carson City, Nevada. Operations in the Northeast were so successful that the company expanded from one to three regional offices there.
In 2010 the company acquired California-based Innovative Technical Solutions ITSI), an engineering and construction firm targeting the federal defense market. Innovative Technical Solutions has some 25 offices and an international project portfolio; it continues to operate as a subsidiary of Gilbane Building Company. ITSI often works on projects for the Department of Defense, EPA, and Department of Energy.
Also in 2010 Gilbane Building Company acquired W.G. Mills to expand its construction management operations in Florida. The acquired company was renamed Mills Gilbane. – less
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