Midwest Commercial Construction, LLC (MCC) is a full service design-build industrial, commercial and residential general contractor and steel erector. MCC and its employees are well versed in all types of industrial, commercial, medical, multi-family and residential construction and tenant improvement scopes of work. We self perform 90% of all of our work while competitively bidding all sub trades such as HVAC, Fire Suppression, Plumbing and Electrical. In 2014 we added an in house excavation and painting and coatings group. MCC is a Star Building Company franchisee and an “A” rated ISN Networld certified firm.
MCC offers full design services, including architectural, engineering (Structural, Plumbing, Mechanical and Electrical) fire suppression design, site planning, and finally value engineering. We have the capability of taking your project from concept to turn key walking you through every step of the process from design and permitting to construction and final occupancy. Our business participation model changes to meet the client’s goals and requests. MCC works on a fixed bid, time and material, or time and material with a cap basis to suit each individual clients needs.
To deliver high-quality, cost-effective projects on schedule by employing and supporting motivated, flexible, and focused teams. We value the importance of our relationships and will continue to remain fair and true in our dealings with all employees, clients, vendors, and partners. Our clients count on our dependability, our drive, and our integrity. We take great pride in our accomplishments and build on them every day.
Midwest Commercial Construction, LLC. was formed in 2007 and is owned and operated by Gregory Dennis. Mr. Dennis brings a wide range of experience and passion for construction to Midwest. He has achieved solid results for his clients as a Construction Project Manager, Superintendant and Estimator; managing projects from inception to completion, understanding cost management, value engineering, project scheduling, pay application, resolving project problems, owner needs, subcontractor issues and comprehensive understanding of the complete construction cycle.