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Columbus, Ohio Based Construction Company Makes History

Aug 6 2013, 7:00am CDT | by PR.com

First U.S. Company to build American Eagle Stores in Mexico.

Columbus, OH, August 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Construction One, Inc. and American Eagle Outfitters held a ribbon-cutting ceremony during June to celebrate the completion of an American Eagle...

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Columbus, Ohio Based Construction Company Makes History

Aug 6 2013, 7:00am CDT | by PR.com

First U.S. Company to build American Eagle Stores in Mexico.

Columbus, OH, August 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Construction One, Inc. and American Eagle Outfitters held a ribbon-cutting ceremony during June to celebrate the completion of an American Eagle Outfitters store built by a U.S. based contractor in Mexico. The 8,000 square foot store at Plaza Galerias Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Mexico is Construction One’s first store completed across the border.

Construction One has strategically been planning this move over the past several years. Building in Canada for over 10 years, Construction One was ready to move into Mexico as a registered construction company.

“We have been an established construction company in Canada for many years and I thought getting the company set up in Mexico would be a similar process, but it turned out to be a much more complicated task,” said Controller, Chris Moberger. “Thankfully Construction One had all the right people on our side to guide us through the process without a hitch.”

February, 2013 marked that milestone as Construction One is now licensed to operate in Mexico.

After the prolonged legalities and licensing paperwork, the project has moved forward. The quick pace of the project is largely attributed to Construction One’s Mexico Branch Manager, Alejandro Martinez, who effectively handled communication between the mall owner and construction team. Once construction was under way, it was only a matter of weeks before this first of its kind project was completed.

Construction One performed all of the construction management services for the new store.

Construction One President, Bill Moberger said, “This is our first venture into Mexico, and we expect, our first step into South America and Europe.”

Construction One expects to work on several more projects in Mexico during 2013 and sees a strong 2014 for international construction.

About Construction One, Inc.
Construction One, Inc. is a national, full service, Construction Company specializing in commercial construction. The company has extensive experience building across the United States, as well as internationally.

Operating out of Columbus, Ohio, since 1980, Construction One completes nearly 300 projects annually. The company has the resources to accommodate any project—large or small. For further information, contact Marissa Fagnani at 614-961-1140 or go to www.constructionone.com.

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www.constructionone.com

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