As a national leader in education construction, McCarthy has been a part of a wide variety of construction projects on university and college campuses for over 50 years. With such a rich history in higher education construction, we have had the chance to work on a wide variety of projects including performing arts centers, libraries, student housing facilities and more. Also included in this range of projects are a number of renovations to existing campus buildings.
Whether you are looking to replace a building’s existing façade, completely renovate a structure’s interior, or construct an addition to an existing building, the builders at McCarthy bring years of combined experience working on an array of renovation projects.
To learn more about our extensive experience in building renovations, our other higher education construction projects, and how McCarthy can help with your next project, contact us today.
Whether it’s a campus office building, classroom, museum, library, administration building, or another type of structure, the experienced builders at McCarthy can help with just about any renovation project you have in mind. Explore some of the higher education renovations we have completed on campus across the nation:
Whether it’s a renovation project or a completely new structure, when you partner with McCarthy for your higher education campus construction needs, you can count on our experienced builders to deliver your project on time, within budget and to your specifications. At McCarthy, we deliver certainty in everything we do. From the very earliest preconstruction stages of a project to the grand opening of the building, we will work closely with you to make sure every phase of construction is completed to the utmost standards and with minimal disruption to the surrounding campus community.
If you’re planning a building renovation project on campus and are interested in what McCarthy can bring to your higher education construction project, please contact us to learn more.
"We didn't believe there was such a thing as noiseless construction, but McCarthy figured out a way to essentially do it and greatly minimize any staff or student disruptions."