Nationwide Restaurant & Retail Construction • Offices in Texas & Wisconsin
At ACT Construction we understand how important budget is to the successful expansion of your retail operations. Over the years, we’ve developed a system of project management that maximizes the efficiency of our workers, subcontractors and equipment while producing the highest quality workmanship available. And because we’re committed to doing your project right the first time, you’ll benefit time and time again by using ACT for all your business construction needs.
ACT Construction is a general contracting company founded in 1987 and based in Lewisville, Texas, specializing in retail and commercial building projects. Our “niche” and most competitive price range of projects is from $100,000 to $2,000,000. Because we focus our business at this level, we have a reputation of finishing stores on time, with a high satisfaction rate to the franchise customer.
The timely completion of a project may be the most important aspect of starting a new store. We know that each day your store isn’t open, it’s not making money for you. We’ve developed a rapid, fully coordinated system to build your store quickly and efficiently, enabling you to speedily begin profiting from your new business.
Maintaining top-quality craftsmanship is our highest objective. By combining the skills of our experienced workers with the knowledge and foresight of our trained project managers, you can rest assured that your projects will exceed your expectations.
Whether your project is a complex, from-the-ground-up construction, a tenant finish-out or a simple renovation, we take care of all the details. Let us take the worry out of your next project. ACT has completed hundreds of commercial shops and buildings across the U.S.
over the last two decades. We now have offices in Lewisville, Texas and Racine, Wisconsin.
ACT was contracted to build a live set for the PBS TV show called "Texas Ranch House" which aired in April 2006. Our job was to create a setting similar to what would be found during the 1860’s on a Ranch in Texas. The idea was that modern day families would live at the Ranch for 3 months to experience what those conditions were like. PBS promoted it as a somewhat reality show during a specific time period.