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Cleveland, Ohio

Gilbane is one of the top commercial construction contractors in Cleveland.  Our history in Cleveland spans over 50 years with over $2 billion in construction volume.

Gilbane employees understand Cleveland. We’ve had a presence in Northeast Ohio for more than 50 years and in that time we have cultivated a team focused on quality construction, client collaboration, safety, and innovation. Gilbane is proud to be a part of the revitalization of Cleveland, having built some of the most notable projects in the area including educational buildings, sports facilities, hospital, office, data center and government buildings.

The people who work for Gilbane aren’t just employees; they are members of the same Northeast Ohio communities where we build. This means every employee has a personal stake in each of our projects. Our employees are proud to have built some of Cleveland’s finest educational buildings, sports facilities, hospital, office, data center and government buildings. We have completed more than $2 billion worth of projects in Cleveland and were ranked #1 Top Commercial Construction Contractor in 2017 by Crain’s Cleveland Business and clients include:

AGC Build Ohio 2016 Award Winners:

MetroHealth System Critical Care Pavilion Vertical Expansion: Winner in the Renovation over $10 million category

Cleveland Museum of Natural History Perkins Wildlife Center: Finalists in the New Construction $10-30 million category

National Resources, Local Presence

Gilbane is committed to growth and development of all the communities in which we work ‒ not only through our commitment to delivering projects safely and of the highest quality, but also through support and active participation in local Cleveland non-profit associations such as ACE Mentor Program of Cleveland, Providence House, Cornerstone of Hope, Rebuilding Together, Ronald McDonald House, the Greater Cleveland Partnership, and Cleveland Foodbank.

For a snapshot of our deep local roots view our Northeast Ohio job profile here. To read more on the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, click here.