COLUMBUS, Ohio, (July 16, 2018) – “Aged” is an excellent complement for two things; whiskey and business. With that being said, let’s stick to business. 2018 marks Miles-McClellan Construction (MMC) 40th year of growth in the Greater Columbus Area.
The family-owned and operated company was founded in 1978 by Terry McClellan under the name McClellan Construction. Starting out in the same office as Concept Construction Company, owned by Lonnie Miles, it made sense for the two owners to form a partnership. Thus came the name Miles-McClellan Construction in 1988.
Today MMC is home to 136 employees. This includes employees at their Charlotte, NC branch which was established in 2007. With a commercial and industrial construction focus, MMC can do anything from a small waiting room renovation to constructing a multi-story hotel.
Starting with the renovation of the Grandview Heights Pool House back in the early 1980’s, MMC has continued to leave a legacy throughout the Columbus area. A few notable projects include the Franklin Park Conservatory Wells Barn, Grove City’s Library, and North Bank Park.
With their mark left throughout Columbus, MMC separates itself from their competition with their intense focus to solve complex construction issues. Their high performance has continued by perfecting detailed planning and pre-construction excellence.
“Thank you to all our clients and construction partners throughout the past 40 years. It takes a community to build a community. We look forward to continuing to help our clients and Columbus, Ohio grow for the next 40 years”, expressed Matt McClellan, President of Miles-McClellan Construction.
Miles-McClellan Construction’s 40th anniversary establishes a foundation to grow and continue to give back to the communities that support them. Similar to a nice glass of whiskey, right?