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What is the Difference Between a General Contractor and a Construction Manager?

When beginning an industrial or commercial building project, it is essential that you do your research, so you pick the right team for the job. One of the most important things to know (if you don’t already) is the difference between a general contractor and a construction manager. Here is what you need to know.

Things to Consider Before Hiring a Commercial/Industrial Contractor

Quality construction results require the efforts of several people. The scope of construction projects is often wider than you would think, and achieving successful outcomes requires the oversight of someone who understands how to manage labor, equipment, subcontractors and more.

Does Your Roof Need Replaced?

The roof protecting your facility is an important facet of any building. Here are a few tips to know when it is time to replace your roof.

Facts You Need to Know About Construction Management

If you are considering a large commercial or industrial construction project and have decided to approach your project utilizing a construction manager, we would like to be your choice. Construction management, a service provided by Campbell Construction, encompasses all aspects of the project, ensures that deadlines are being met, and serves as your representative on the job site. Every detail throughout the design and construction process, including the materials used or managing the project’s timeline, are all under the guidance of the construction manager.

Questions You Need to Ask Your Design-Build General Contractor

When it comes to your next project, searching for and hiring a firm to design and construct your new facility, addition or renovation project can feel like an overwhelming task. Sometimes it’s hard to know what questions to ask of prospective design-build general contractors and when to ask them.

The following are some questions you should ask when moving forward with your next project.

7 Facts You Need to Know Before You Start Construction

When you reach the point where you are ready to begin planning for a new project to help fit your needs, there are several considerations you need to make. First, consider your basics and your needs. Look at your needs, your budget, and where you may need to draw the line. Be realistic and consider the absolute latest completion date and maximum budget. Think who you want as your dream team.

Give Us a Call to Discuss Your next Project

Founded and headquartered in Wayne County, Ohio, Campbell Construction Inc., has been a leader for 65 years in design-build, construction management, and general contracting services.


Our complete team of engineers, architects, and tradesmen are ready to tackle any challenge and bring your project to life.


General Contractor: Minimize Cost, Maximize Value

Campbell Construction serves as a leading contractor in Ohio and construction management firm.


And as a general contractor, that means the Campbell team can help you reduce project costs and maximize the value of your buildings.


A general contractor is responsible for providing all of the management, material, labor, equipment and services necessary for the construction of a project.


What You Need to Know About General Contracting

When wading through the pool of options when you are constructing a new building can be an exhausting experience.

One way to help reduce headaches is to hire a general contractor.

What does a general contractor do exactly? A general contractor provides a variety of duties related to the management of construction services, material, labor, and other services for construction of a project.

What Are the Benefits of Construction Management?

Construction Management services can offer you several benefits in your construction project, some you may have considered and others that may go unseen.

Campbell Construction offers a wide array of general contracting services, including construction management. Here are some benefits to consider construction management for your next project.