From our clients
What they say
Through the years, Fuqua Construction has worked with over 600 clients in a variety of fields of work. Our desire is to serve each one well and create a relationship built on trust. We offer advice from our construction experience to help them plan their next project. Our mission is to build facilities that are honoring to the Lord, meet the needs of our clients, provide a smoothly run construction experience along the way and give them a sound and excellent building that will serve them well into the future.
Please consider what some of our clients have said about their experience with Fuqua Construction.
“Fuqua is someone you can trust with a project of this scope. He listened to us and gave us ideas as we discussed what we wanted to accomplish with the project. He’s also let us know exactly what everything is going to cost and gave us options to help us stay on track with our budget.”
“As the project moved from design to construction phase, the sense of partnership drew stronger. Max, owner; Bob Griffin, project manager; and Steve Basinger, job site manager were easy to work with and available whenever needed. Construction workers were very sensitive that the building was still being used every day and every effort was made to contain dust and reduce obstacles to the church staff.”
“Max and his crew’s experience building in long-term care, their knowledge of regulations and their creativity are invaluable. You will never regret using them as your builder when you get the keys. And their follow-up is very good after the project.”
“It is my job to do a thorough inspection to ensure the facility is in compliance. I have worked with Max in the past and I was not expecting any big problems. I was not disappointed. There were no deficiencies with the building. (Assisted Living Addition, Memorial Home, Moundridge, KS) That’s not very typical in this business. In my five years on this job, I average 30 to 40 inspections every year. I can count on one hand the number of times this has happened.”
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