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A Business on the Rise: Buildrite Construction

June 14, 2013

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Buildrite Construction understands the need to do “Whatever It Takes” to get the job done and keep customers satisfied. Bryan Alexander, owner of Buildrite Construction, started the company out of the back of his pickup truck more than 30 years ago. Since then, his company has grown in customer base, sales and size, making Buildrite Construction one of the fastest-growing small businesses in the construction, contracting and design industries.

For example, in 2012, sales increased by 73.71 percent. Due to the growth in sales, the company had to increase its staff from 21 full-time employees in 2011 to 33 in 2012.

Over the years, Buildrite Construction has contributed thousands of dollars to nonprofit organizations. In 2012, the company donated $10,000 to several organizations. They participated with several nonprofits in 2012, including the Ronald McDonald House, Children’s Miracle Network, Make-A-Wish Foundation, a few churches and more.

Alexander is proud of the work his company has done, including providing labor, time and materials to churches at cost, below cost, and no cost. He believes the growth of Buildrite Construction has created exponential growth within the Cobb community as his company helps Cobb County build, expand and renovate. This 2013 Top 25 Small Business of the Year has worked on construction for buildings in many industries, including government facilities, schools, hotels, restaurants, medical facilities and retail locations. Their motto, “Whatever It Takes” is always brought to each job site.

Business Profile

Owners: Bryan Alexander

Industry: Commercial construction

Year Established: 1982

Location: Kennesaw

Number of Employees: 33

Percentage of Growth in 2012: 73.71%

Did You Know?: Buildrite Construction is a corporate sponsor for the Ronald McDonald House’s golf tournament and annual dinner.

Websitebuildriteconstruction.com

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