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Professional Construction Estimates and Project Control Services

Tempest Company specializes in providing construction consulting services to firms with projects located all over the United States and around the world. Our services include estimating, scheduling, project controls, construction consulting, and expert services. Tempest personnel are highly experienced in construction - from the concept and budgeting stage, to the design period and then to the construction and project close out phase.

As an owner, contractor, subcontractor, attorney, construction manager, architect or engineer, Tempest Company gives you an extra edge with our professional construction estimates, schedules, project control services, expert services and construction consulting.

Project Showcase

Data Center
Client Need: An establish client, designer/contractor, needed help with a MEP budget on a data center that would be built in an existing building.

Grocery Stores
Client Need: An owner of a grocery store company is expanding into multiple areas in the United States and has no estimators.

Transmission Lines
Client Need: An established client wanted to bid a project with a looming deadline.

Campus Expansion
Client Need: An electrical contractor needed a feasibility estimate in a very short time period.

Client Need: An Architectural firm needed help budgeting this project.

Labor Market Study
Client Need: A major food manufacturer, needed to find out market conditions in an area they are not familiar with

Residential Community
Client Need: An Electrical Contractor, who is a past client, needed help with this particular large scale project.

Apartment Complex
Client Need: An Electrical Contractor, one of our established client, needed a quick turnaround on an apartment complex which had multiple apartment designs.

Middle School Addition
Client Need: A Vice President of Estimating for a general contractor, called to tell us he has been reading and enjoying our Newsletter for a long time, but had not had the necessity of using outside estimating.