By far the best construction team that I have experienced.Bill Stidham
Bass Pro Shops, Rossford, Ohio
The commercial / retail industry is fast-paced and ever-changing. And it’s vital to a thriving economy. Rudolph Libbe Group understands that commercial and retail companies have specialized needs because their brands are unique, and their customers’ expectations are always evolving.
That’s why RLG is committed to matching these individual needs with best-in-class construction and service, ensuring a quality experience for each and every person who works or shops in the facility.
“By far the best construction team that I have experienced.” said Bill Stidham of Bass Pro Shops in Rossford, Ohio. “Each member of the team knew when to step up and make the decisions that he or she needed to make in order to keep the project moving and achieve the end goal.”
RLG has expansive experience delivering successful projects spanning a variety of industries.
YMCA future-proofs facilities to better serve members
Energy improvement projects increase efficiency while reducing risk and operating costs
GEM Energy designed and built the 4MW array at Rotor Clip manufacturing facility
Solar energy powers Rotor Clip of New Jersey
New York industrial research and development center supplements grid with CHP
GEM Energy installed the Capstone 1000 kW CHP system to meet the facility’s electrical and hot water heating needs
Build-out of new showroom and warehouse
Owner relies on Rudolph Libbe Inc. Special Accounts team to help realize vision for growth
Buck & Knobby Equipment Co.
Equipment dealership's new 6,000-square-foot facility in Holland, Ohio
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Work is complete on the 33,815-square-foot facility
Cornerstone Community Financial Credit Union
Work is complete on this self-performed project resulting in a new 4,000-square-foot credit union
Sun Federal Credit Union Facility Management
A strategic partnership with an economy of scale
Town Center at Levis Commons – Lifestyle Center Construction
13 unique buildings on 35 acres