With more than 60 years' experience serving the greater Columbus-Dayton areas and a commitment to delivering the highest levels of safety, quality, excellence and service, Humble Construction is razing the standard for contractors in central Ohio.
Specializing in industrial, commercial, healthcare, public, and concrete construction; renovation services; steel fabrication; and special projects, Humble Construction is your one-stop shop for engineering, design/build and construction expertise and services.
We're not your average contractors. We hold ourselves and every one of our subcontractors to the highest levels of safety -- in some cases exceeding OSHA standards. We know that a vigorous commitment to safety isn't just about avoiding fines. It's about always taking the high road and doing the right thing for the well being of our clients, employees, and subcontractors as well as the ultimate end users of every project we construct.
At Humble Construction, building green is more than just an option -- it's the foundation of our business. We are committed to doing all that we can to protect and preserve the environment in every step of our process, from offering paper-free transactions to designing adaptability, from setting robust recycling goals to using eco-friendly materials. Each phase of the Humble process focuses on sustainability.
Finally, we know that the best way for us to achieve success for each client is to assemble the right team, create an environment of collaboration and cooperation toward a common goal, and ensure that the client has a seat at the table. That's why, at Humble Construction, we believe in round tables that allow us to work side-by-side (rather than across the table in opposition) with clients, subcontractors, and other project partners. Whether the round tables are literal or figurative, our philosophy allows each participant to have a voice and provide valuable insight based on his or her area of expertise, for the benefit of the process and the final project.
Find out why we were the chosen Columbus, Ohio contractor when a major media firm chose to build their new headquarters.