Most ecclesiastical clients are really a collection of individuals representing their denomination, a building committee, and their parishioners or fellowship. These individuals are charged with making decisions or are financially accountable for the success and growth of their church in many ways including construction. Therefore, they are conscience of their faith, stewardship and diligence to insure the quality of the work is acceptable to all. Schedule, planning and budget management by the contractor is very important to them and we are committed to them to provide this to them.
In today's economy, facilities must be flexible, reliable, economical and functional to respond to their congregation needs both now and in the future.
Wilkie Construction Company understands the unique language, culture and needs of our ecclesiastical clients whose services include education at these facilities. Students are learning to become tomorrow's leaders in facilities constructed by Wilkie. We have learned to balance the ecclesiastical budgetary demand and critical service needs by delivering projects that support both our client's ecclesiastical and academic mission.
Critical issues, usually budgetary issues, infrastructure and the low maintenance technology needs in each project must be closely upheld and examined by the complete project Team to insure a long-term payback in the client's investment.
The ecclesiastical market has a significant cycle makes up a significant portion of our work. Decades of expertise, relationships and collaboration with the public and private sector allows us to bring positive results to a broad range of constituents.
Our goals are to meet the client's quality standards and complete the schedule on time while providing them with professionalism services. Decades of expertise, relationships and collaboration with the public and private sector allows us to bring positive results to a broad range of constituents.
With over four decades of experience has given us a keen insight into the constantly changing academic environment which allows Wilkie to satisfy the complete spectrum of ecclesiastical needs.