• Fixed-asset reserve can save you headaches down the road

    Fixed-asset reserve can save you headaches down the road

    January 6, 2021

    If you have recently completed a major capital expansion or you are settling into a brand new facility, it’s likely that the last thing on your mind is future building repairs and/or replacement. Like the cars we drive, building components experience wear and tear and eventually require our attention. Also, like cars, the timing of […]

  • Meaningful Connections

    Meaningful Connections

    December 16, 2020

    Geographical distance can, unfortunately, lend itself to social distance. Senior field manager and national general superintendent, Scott Chamberlain, shares some of his insights below on how to maintain meaningful connections. Hello up there!  Where y’all at? EV Construction has a national reach for projects; from Texas to Pennsylvania, Florida to South Dakota and many states […]

  • What will construction financing look like in a post COVID-19 economy?

    What will construction financing look like in a post COVID-19 economy?

    December 7, 2020

    Whether we are headed for a tough start to 2021 with a COVID-19 cloud still looming or a post-COVID-19 economy in full recovery, capital for construction and development projects will be in strong demand. Developers will see opportunities with real estate rotations and investors likely will remain thirsty for returns as other investment vehicles stabilize. […]

  • Reflections


    November 10, 2020

    I recently came back from a long weekend of camping with two of my daughters in the U.P. The colors were at their peak and fantastic, or so I was told. (For those who aren’t colorblind, the way I know it is fall is not so much the changing of colors, but the rapid building […]

  • Ridge Point Community Church – Community Focused Improvements

    Ridge Point Community Church – Community Focused Improvements

    October 7, 2020

    This past June, EV Construction began “boots on the ground” activity for a growing, yet already robust church in our community. Ridge Point Community Church’s project needs consisted of various exterior improvements to the church’s property, including playgrounds, sports areas and an amphitheater. In total, six acres of property were developed. Also included in the […]

  • Am I Adding Value?

    Am I Adding Value?

    September 2, 2020

    When I was 13, I started my construction career by pushing a broom on my uncle’s residential project sites. I followed him around from job to job, cleaning and trying to make myself useful. I loved being around construction, and not wanting to seem like “a tag-along burden”, it was very important to me to […]

  • We are EV Construction

    We are EV Construction

    March 31, 2020

    Today, we become EV Construction. We’ve shifted our focus from “who we were” to “who we’ve become”. As we’ve significantly grown our self-performed trades, local and national business over the years, we decided we needed to shift our brand to showcase who we’ve become. Our unmistakable approach to safety, quality and relationships will always remain […]

  • A company full of corporate leaders

    A company full of corporate leaders

    September 10, 2019

    It used to be quite worrisome thinking about how my five-person Executive Committee was going to successfully develop and execute a new Strategic Plan every three years. Making ourselves the center of all these initiatives would prove troublesome. After all, we only represented a small fraction in a company full of people with big ideas, […]