Accelerated Construction Services (ACS) is the region’s leading general contractor and construction management provider. With decades of experience in all facets of the construction process, ACS takes a streamlined approach to every project, saving money for our clients and maintaining strict deadlines.
Dedicated to quality, ACS works closely with our clients to provide maximum value from start to finish. There’s a reason why we’re named Accelerated – our team can get your project from ground-breaking to ribbon-cutting in less time than the competition.
BUILDING BETTER, FASTER.
Through a network of trusted contractors, ACS is able to focus on multiple phases of building at once, configuring each project’s components to be built in unison. With our contractors, we demand strict adherence to cost outlines and deadlines, and work hand-in-hand with our trusted resources to pass the savings of both time and money onto our clients.
President Michal Allen is a graduate of the California University of Pennsylvania, Michael Allen has spent his career building properties nationwide. Michael’s experience with construction in the tri-state area has been an integral part of the current real estate surge in this area.
Michael’s connections in the tri-state area have allowed him to develop close partnerships with developers, owners and contractors throughout the region, as well throughout the eastern corridor of the United States. He uses these close working relations to develop new properties in the most efficient, cost-effective and timely fashion.
Michael Allen serves as president and managing member of Accelerated Construction Services along with other entities such as Accelerated Fire and Security(additional entities to be announced in near future), building projects throughout the region from Accelerated’s headquarters in Morgantown, WV.
What We Do
Products and Services
Blue Book Network Classifications
Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
Commercial Construction Project Specializations
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