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ROEL Construction has earned a reputa-
tion for integrity, and the ability to perform
timely and cost-effective projects.

‘Reputation for Integrity’

Safety programs and community involvement are top priorities for ROEL Construction. The San Diego
firm is currently working on several projects in its home state, as well as Arizona and Nevada.

R OEL Construction Co.’s 10 ideals distinguish it

from other companies and make it a leader in the
industry. Those 10 ideals, spelled out in its mis-
sion statement and on the back of its business cards, are
client satisfaction, integrity, teamwork, family traditions,
company in 1917 in North Dakota. Since then, it has earn-
ed a reputation for integrity and the ability to perform timely
and cost-effective projects. “More than a quarter of our
employees has a history of service at ROEL that spans gen-
erations,” the company adds.
quality, enthusiasm, professionalism, safety, community “Our proven design/assist, fast-track construction
service and honest profit. method is based on strong client and subcontractor rela-
The result of adhering to these ideals is the creation of tionships, which are enhanced by thorough communica-
lasting, mutually rewarding partnerships with its clients, tions involving all project team members,” it says.
subcontractors, architects, engineers and suppliers, each of The firm provides general construction services for a
whom is a valued member of the ROEL extended family, wide range of industries – from hospitality, gaming, restau-
the company stresses. rant and retail, to healthcare, commercial office and indus-
“That’s how we operate,” says CEO trial campuses, golf clubs and casinos.
ROEL Construction Co. Wayne Hickey. “We make decisions It mainly works in the western United States. Along
Headquarters: San Diego based on these ideals. We listen to our with its headquarters in San Diego, it also has offices in
Employees: 300+ clients, provide services they need and try Irvine, Calif., Las Vegas and Bullhead City, Ariz.
Specialties: General construc-
tion, tenant improvement and to surpass expectations. People and com-
structural concrete panies are only as good as their word. Current Projects
Wayne Hickey, CEO: “We lis- Our reputation speaks for itself, but it is Some of ROEL Construction’s current projects are:
ten to our clients, provide serv-
ices they need and try to sur- important to live up to that reputation.” ■A new facility for National University in Kearny Mesa,
pass expectations.” Tom Roel founded the family owned Calif. – The $15 million project consists of a 37,000-square-