Aloha Construction Is A Company That Truly Cares

Aloha Construction Inc. is a family owned and operated Construction Company based in Lake Zurich Illinois. This organization has field supervisors, inspectors, installers, an office team and claim specialists. Dave Farbaky, the CEO of the company wants to make sure that Aloha Construction has the most reasonable and competitive prices. He’s also wanted the services and work they provide to be totally satisfactory to their customers and also be there for them every step of the way.

Aloha Construction provides a variety of services. They offer roof and gutter repair and installation, siding installation and window and screen replacement and install shutters and insulation board. Roof repairs may be necessary for different reasons. Storms can cause damage and sometimes it’s just a matter of age.

Gutters are important to prevent and keep water away from the home. Water can cause problems in crawl spaces, create wet basements, cause ground erosion, cause damage to concrete and create mold and mildew. Aloha Construction can install gutter guards, miters, and elbows to keep water away from the home.

Siding can restore the exterior of a home. When siding is installed it protects the exterior from harsh weather. It also increases the value of the home. It improves the appearance, cuts down on maintenance, and lowers heating and cooling costs.

Aloha Construction requires all employees to attend extensive home repair training at schools like the Vinyl Siding Institute. Customers can feel totally confident knowing that the employees from Aloha Construction are not only bonded but also certified vinyl siding installers.

The team at Aloha Construction make a point of letting the customers know that they really care. During the job they make sure they totally respect the customer’s property. Flowers and plants will never be trampled and all equipment and supplies will be picked up. They will even help their customers file their insurance claims. They have the perfect slogan: “We Reign When It Storms.”

 

Brazil’s Construction Industry Bounces Back

As a growing regional power, Brazil’s real estate and housing development has been a key component of the national economy for decades. In fact, the building industry accounts for a staggering 5% of the country’s GDP. Although there has been a slow down due to the recession, the industry is expected to rebound as economic conditions improve.

One of the leaders in the industry is Rio-based Oderbrecht, which has grown into a global engineering and building conglomerate and also possesses a major oil and gas division. Oderbrecht Oil and Gas is second in size and revenue only to Petrobras, the Brazilian national oil company, among domestic oil producers. Founded in the Brazilian state of Bahia in 1945, Oderbrecht was the first Brazilian company to win a contract with the US federal government.

Another major player Camargo Corrêa. Headquartered in Sao Paulo, Camargo Corrêa is a billion-dollar construction and energy company, which built and currently operates the second-largest hydroelectric power plant in the world. Known as Itaipu, the plant is located near the border with Paraguay and has produced more than 2.3 megawatt-hours of electricity since being built.

Sao-Paulo based Construcap is a growing firm which has recently entered into a joint venture with Dallas-based Fluor Corporation. Construcap, which posted record profits recently, has teamed up with Fluor to offer a wider range of services, such as engineering and industrial consulting. The company was founded in 1944, but has experienced enormous growth in the last 10 years by specializing in serving industrial clients.