Ceco Concrete Projects

Our crews build more than 200 projects each year representing over 20 million gross square feet of building area

Belmont Village Senior Living – Lincoln Park

Chicago

AdventHealth Fish Memorial Hospital

Orange City, Fla.

REVERB – 1800 Walnut

Kansas City, Mo.

The Bristol

West Palm Beach, Fla.

UW Madison Chemistry Building, Phase 1

Madison, Wis.

717 S. Clark St. (IMPRINT)

Chicago

167 Green Street – Spectre

Chicago

Ballpark Village Block 400 Apartments

St. Louis

The Collective at Tucson – Main Gate

Tucson, Arizona

Port Everglades Garage, Terminal 4

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

What Our Clients Are Saying

  • W.G. Clark Construction

    “Ceco has built and sustained a long-term relationship and defines being a business partner for Construction in Seattle. Preliminary pricing holds true through contract and construction, quality and reliability of crews is unquestioned and the commitment to make every project a success for us and our clients is unparalleled. Ceco is a highly valued member of our construction team.”

    Jason R. Preuit, Principal
  • JTM Construction

    “Ceco has proven time and again to be a vital member of the project team. They provide strong support during preconstruction and find ways to overcome even the most challenging obstacles. I look forward to working with them on future projects.”

    Ben Coffman
  • Cordish Companies

    “One Cardinal Way is 'Luxury Apartment Living' at its finest. Located at Ballpark Village adjacent to Busch Stadium, the 30-story, 297-unit apartment building is the ultimate urban living structure with exposed columns, walls and ceilings throughout the private living spaces. The use of Ceco's high-density formwork and concrete additives produced high-quality concrete finishes suitable for an urban living setting. The building includes six stories of concrete parking garage with typical exposed concrete finishes. The quality of Ceco's concrete structure is exceptional and is truly an asset for leasing and maintaining the building.”

    Charlie Lee, Director of Construction