Over the past thirty plus (30+) years, Building Concepts’ president, Lou Aba, has been a self-employed contractor. Early in his career he focused on residential remodeling. That rapidly grew into both residential and commercial, ground-up construction. As the projects increased in size, so too did the scope, expanding into industrial and warehouse construction. Then with thje company and the economy expanding, BCI began multi-family development and retail renovations. As the condo boom ended, the hospitality race heated up and all that high-rise expertise came in handy.
Today, as we are all aware, the economy is sluggish at best. Only the well run firms have weathered the storm. Thankfully Building Concepts Inc., may count itself as one of those well run.
Most notable of the historic comments we can add to this anthology is that Building Concepts has retained most of the employees, subcontractors and suppliers it acquired during its growth years. They now form the backbone of the company. It is the combined expertise of these companies and individuals that allow Building Concepts to perform at a level unequaled in the tri-state area.