PDS Engineering & Construction, Inc.

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Posted by  Ron Jodice on April 24, 2003 at 08:16:35:

In Reply to:  Re: Steel roofing sheets posted by MOHAN RAJ NAVEEN SAGAR on January 08, 2003 at 03:15:26:

PDS Engineering & Construction, Inc. is a Design-Build General Contractor of commercial, industrial, retail and institutional buildings since 1965. PDS will design and build your new construction or renovation project with its own in house engineering and design staff or work with your designated Architect.

PDS is both licenced Major Contractor and Major Subcontractor in the state of Connecticut as well as holding licenses to practice Professional Engineering and Survey as a corporation.

PDS’s construction services encompass, preliminary through final design, permit acquisition, and complete construction management through to the final coat of paint. Our full turnkey delivery services can take the load off your staff, allowing your business operations to continue running soothly during the construction process.

PDS can provide the correct construction method for your project from stick built to structural steel, pr-engineered metal buildings, precast and tilt-up construction PDS is experienced all types of commercial construction. PDS is listed as one of the 20 largest installers of pre-engineered steel buildings in the U.S. by Metal Construction News for 2002 and has been in the top 100 since 1989.

Additionally PDS can provide Construction Management services for your project. This has been the delivery system of choice for our many repeat customers, providing total project coordination at the lowest possible cost, yet at a guaranteed maximum price.
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