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For nearly a century The Albert M. Higley Co. has looked beyond the bricks and mortar of our projects, to better understand the needs, goals, and visions of our clients. We understand that the buildings we build are not an end unto themselves, but rather just a part of helping you better achieve your mission. From advanced hospitals to state-of-the-art learning environments, we are your dedicated construction partner, committed not just to helping you to build your project, but helping you reach your goals.

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AMHIGLEY BUILDERS BLOG: Exploring the Wild World of Zoo Construction

May 23, 2024

This month, Andrew Hudak delves into the unique realm of zoo construction, exploring how to create exceptional experiences and environments for both the public and the animals. To build wildly different habitats, construction managers must be familiar with the intricacies of every animal and their needs.

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AMHigley Builders Blog: Navigating the Preconstruction Process - From Concept to Guaranteed Maximum Price

May 1, 2024

This month’s blog featuring TJ Pasadyn breaks down the preconstruction process, from concept to Guaranteed Maximum Price. He points out how a collaborative and robust process is the best way to ensure that a project is successful throughout construction.

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Statement Regarding Recent Incident in Rocky River

April 26, 2024

Statement Regarding Recent Incident in Rocky River: We are deeply saddened to report an incident involving two of our trade partners at a construction site in Rocky River. Our hearts go out to the

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AMHIGLEY BUILDERS BLOG: Mass Timber and the Future of Sustainable Construction

March 29, 2024

AMHigley employees give their technical expertise and insights on the construction industry - This month’s blog featuring Shreya Garad explores mass timber products and how it is changing the construction industry as a sustainable alternative to traditional materials. Additionally, Shreya focuses on how the United States is behind the curve with mass timber fabrication and utilization.

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