We understand your project is much more than brick, mortar, steel, drywall, and paint. It’s about your image and enhancing your ability for continued success. Our desire is to become an extension of your team providing creative alternatives with an eye on time and resource optimization.
GROUND UP CONSTRUCTION
New construction of restaurants, office buildings, churches, and industrial buildings.
We consider the ultimate goal of space use, as well as the limitations of land, codes, and budget in creating the best construction plan. Then we manage construction from start to finish.
COMPLETE BUILD OUTS
Design and build out your space for optimum efficiency and profitability.
INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR RENOVATION
Making the old into a truly exceptional space requires flexibility and precise attention to detail, to qualities we bring to every project, big or small.
We are a full-service commercial builder, bringing you seasoned professionals committed to a job well done from start to finish. Contact us today to discuss how we put your building project on the path to success.
We offer complete commercial construction services:
Plans & drawings
Framing, electrical, plumbing, heating & cooling, drywall & ceilings
Finish carpentry, cabinetry, painting and more.
Office Space Buildout
Discount Warehouse to Church Conversion - In Progress!
When a thriving, young congregation, New City Church of Lawrenceville, was ready for a permanent building they sought out Duke Builders for a plan that would offer them a beautiful sanctuary, classrooms, and office space, with room for future expansion.
With a sharp focus on the budget we helped this young congregation make the most of the existing structure, reclaim materials where possible, including brick from a historic building just blocks away. And we helped them negotiate the layers of approvals – city, county, development authority – to make sure both planning and execution would result in an attractive and highly functional addition to the mixed-use district.
Follow along as we bring this project to a close in Spring 2020.