With a clear focus on quality, reliability and timely completion, Plyler Construction works with a diverse clientele including industrial, institutional and educational facilities. Plyler offers a variety of delivery methods, equipment setting, and in-plant maintenance services.
We work with our clients, not just for them. That’s just one of the reasons architects, designers, and commercial project owners from across the nation have looked to Plyler Construction for more than a half-century for solutions to their building needs. At Plyler Construction, we build relationships.
Bringing the highest quality of craftsmanship, we build unique and lasting structures with the experience and expertise of our teams. No matter what the project, we strive to exceed expectations.
For more than four decades, Plyler Construction has offered Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing services in order to tightly control schedule, cost and efficiency. These services include but are not limited to cooling towers, boilers, piping systems of all types, HVAC and refrigeration, water and waste piping, thermal installations, electrical systems, power distribution, high and medium voltage systems, or whatever your needs may be.
There is little that frustrates general contractors and project owners more than delayed construction schedules due to waiting on structural steel delivery to the jobsite. Since delivery is typically dictated by the steel fabricator’s sequence of production rather than the builder’s project construction schedule, waiting is inevitable. Unless you’re doing business with Plyler Construction.
We have our own 100,000 square foot structural and miscellaneous steel fabrication facility. In addition to structural steel, our team of professionals fabricates galvanized and steel duct systems. We pre-assemble piping systems, allowing most welds to be completed with greater quality and efficiency, thus reducing on-site installation.
Our in-house fabrication and delivery capabilities enable us to maintain the best possible project schedule. Bottom line: the job gets done faster. Shorter construction schedules mean lower costs, quicker occupancy, and a quicker stream of revenue for the customer.