Every Project is Unique

Even changing the swing of a door can bring its own set of obstacles and its own set of solutions. Big or small, the success of every project is the result of a contractor who looks at all the angles. Success is determined by a contractor who carefully plans every aspect of the job before the first tool is ever taken out of the box.

Success of any project comes in the value CR Meyer brings by minimizing your risk at every point in the process.

Whether you are building a heavy manufacturing facility or a simple concrete slab, when it is your responsibility, your job, your risk - there are no "little" projects.

That's why our crews put everything they have into the job. We bring the experience and talent needed to complete the work and the brains to work around any challenge we confront. That's how we deliver value in everything from the finish trim in an office, to machine installations, to building industrial facilities from the ground up. We keep the simple jobs simple and make the most complex projects feel that way.

Every project begins with people risking their reputation by making the call on which contractor to use. When you are part of that decision, your best option is to choose wisely. Choose a contractor who understands the value of minimizing your risk; a contractor willing to do whatever it takes to deliver the results you need.  Your best option is to choose CR Meyer.

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This is what winning consistently looks like to me! I believe the safety project installation has been highly successful by delivering an installation safely and on time. A large responsibility of this timeline rested on CR Meyer’s shoulders to complete the demolition, placement of motors, and final alignment to deliver a very aggressive schedule. Result: CR Meyer was consistently ahead of schedule and responded to changes when parts (i.e. couplings, belts) delayed their installation past what they were expecting.

  1. Engagement – Steve and Mike have been part of the process from the beginning of the project helping with planning, contributing to the equipment design for ease of installation (constructability), and constantly looking to improve the efficiency of the down plan.
  2. Team Work – Steve and Mike’s approach have been to work with the other team members (engineering and other contractors), to solve the problems that put them off target. Many issues came up during the installation that were handled directly between the contractors because they knew the schedule and the scope of work.
  3. Ownership – From day one, CR Meyer knew they needed to own this down to prove their capability in delivering a project installation with perfection. I believe that they have approached this mark with their planning, teamwork, and ownership, which includes being very responsive to the project needs.
  4. Partnership – From the start of this project, we discussed a partnership. I discussed the fact that the project would not be successful without everyone being successful. The meetings were structured not to find out who or what went wrong, but to discuss how to get back on track (lean principles). I believe Steve and Mike embraced this philosophy and demonstrated to the facility what a contractor partnership looks like. Overall, CR Meyer did an excellent job with this down!
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