COVID-19 has challenged us as a business, as project owners, and as a community. Rather than submitting to those challenges and accepting the gaps it could create in your building experience, MCL Construction implemented new, innovative ways to bridge those gaps.
Before any project is complete and keys are turned over to project owners, MCL Construction conducts a series of quality checks to catch any detail that was left unfinished or not up to our standards. In our business, we call it a punch list.
Tucked away in a rickety old box in a San Diego home are two 4x5 box cameras. The old-fashioned cameras were the first cameras that Brad Anderson ever bought, and they would not be his last.
All that was left was the finishing touch.
Each project is personal to us. Our teams take great pride in getting to know the end user of every space we construct and how that area is going to be used long after we are finished building.
Just over a year ago, MCL Construction completed work at the Lauritzen Outpatient Center and Fritch Surgery Center at Nebraska Medicine.
MCL Construction uses many voices from within and outside the company to give informed advice, opinions, and techniques about construction methods, innovation, and technology.