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Concord celebrated 40 years in 2012 and put a strategic plan in place that will continue to take the firm down the path of success.
In 2009 we were awarded our largest CM@Risk contract in the history of the company. The $26 million contract was for Osborn School District for renovations on six campuses and their district office.
Gary Jackson retired from the firm and named Dale Marr, John Nyman, and Eric Peterson as the 2nd generation of owners.
Building on our history and seeing an opportunity for growth, Concord opened an office in Tucson, Arizona in 1993.
Concord began bidding work in Tucson, Arizona and was awarded their first project in the area for Santa Rita High School.
In 1984 we were awarded our first public school project beginning our long history of completing projects for educational owners. The contract was for $400,000 worth of renovations on Holdeman Elementary School.
From 1979-1984 gross revenues were around $2-$3 million per year with a staff of three people.
Concord was founded by brothers Jim and Gary Jackson as a framing/general contractor. Most of the work completed in our early years was framing residential homes.