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CactusCactus Commercial breaks ground on Entergy’s new service center in Cleveland, Texas, and hopes to expand its portfolio to include similar projects in this industry.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Cactus Commercial Inc. may be one of the fastest growing general contractors in Texas. In just six years, the company has quadrupled its growth not only because of its founder’s reputation in the industry, but also because of its high-quality work and dedicated employees that keeps customers coming back time and again. “We have always done what we say we are going to do regardless of what it takes,” Vice President Brent Richardson says. “We are performing jobs safely, on schedule and on budget.”

BrieserWith its dedication to safety and quality, Brieser Construction remains a major player in the industrial market in its area.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When a company is offering services such as industrial maintenance, pre-engineered metal buildings, pipelines and utilities support, concrete conveying and hydro excavation in dangerous, atypical environments, safety is key. Brieser Construction Co. understands this well, which is why it invests extensively in safety in quality to deliver what its oil and gas, energy and chemical-industry clients require. 

PlotePlote Construction is bringing its exceptional skill set to its Randall Road project in Illinois.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

After 55 years, Plote Construction Inc. is an authority when it comes to heavy earthwork and paving projects. “[Those are jobs] which we’re very competent at,” Project Manager Ryan Carey declares.

MidasMidas is growing rapidly thanks to acquisitions and new markets.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

In the past year alone, Midas Companies has acquired two firms and entered new markets. And it plans to keep growing.

Midas installs, rehabilitates and repairs underground utilities for water, wastewater, stormwater and industrial fluids. The company was founded in 1972 and focused on municipal work for decades, but since 2015 it has diversified into industrial settings and the federal government. “We have diversified our revenue streams, focused on smoothing out the market vacillations that occur in construction, making ourselves more valuable in the market,” CEO Dan Cathell says. 

RestaniRestani Construction’s willingness to go the extra mile has earned it a strong base of repeat clients.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Restani Construction Corp. takes on a project, its customers can count on it to meet their needs. “We really pay attention and work with the client as best as possible,” Vice President of Engineering Jack Alfassy says. 

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