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Frank Messer
& Sons Construction, Co.
was founded by Frank Messer.
1932
TODAY
Messer became a 100% employee-owned S-Corporation operating as an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) company.
The combination of employee ownership, long-term planning, investment in process improvement and our people has resulted in consistent, metered and sustainable growth to ensure future generations of Messer builders.
INDUSTRIAL
HEALTH CARE
HIGHER
EDUCATION

Metal Products
Component, Advanced
& Pharmaceutical
Manufacturing

Power & Electronic Components
Machinery & Automotive Parts
Sort, Distribution, Production
& Warehouse Facilities

MISSION
We will lead the building construction process for sustained growth and profitability through:
COLUMBUS DOWNTOWN
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
THE SCIOTO MILE
Awards
Assciated General Contractors "Build Ohio" Award
Scenic overlook called “The Prow” - received the Builder’s Exchange award for quality craftsmanship
Engineering News Record Midwest Best Project Ohio Parks and Recreation Association “Award of Excellence”
ACEC Ohio “Outstanding Achievements” Award
Columbus Landmarks Foundation James B. Recchie Design Award
IDA2012 Downtown Pinnacle Award
THE GREENE
RETAIL DEVELOPMENT
Assignment: Design-Build Construction Manager
Completion: August 2006
Project Value: $94 million
72-acre, 800,000 sf mixed-use development
Includes retail, restaurant, entertainment, parking garages, living and office spaces and pedestrian-friendly “Town Square”
Promenade - 12 colonnades, landscape beds, state-of-the-art fountains, brick and granite pavers, swings, benches and chess tables
5+ miles of associated piping

Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: June 2011
Project Value: $33 million
HORSESHOE CASINO
CINCINNATI
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: February 2013
Project Value: $170 million
380,000 sf casino, 2,500-car parking garage, an iconic 60-foot tall glass entrance and an outdoor plaza
100,000 sf of gaming space, three outward facing restaurants and multiple ballrooms

2,000 slot machines, 87 table games, a 31-table World Series of Poker Room, High Limit Gaming Room, Asian Gaming Room and VIP players lounge.
RILEY HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN
SIMON FAMILY TOWER BUILDOUT
Assignment: Integrated Project Delivery
Completion: December 2013
Project Value: $98 million
Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety "Outstanding Project Safety" Award
330,000 sf fit-out in the Simon Family Tower
Cardiac unit, cancer/burn unit, neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit, operating rooms, emergency room and sterile processing unit
300,000 sf

Six above-grade levels (including a penthouse)
Two 219-seat lecture halls, a 110-seat and a 54-seat lecture hall, a teaching lab suite, and a variety of classrooms and offices
Awards
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
Kentucky Masonry Institute “Brick Award of Merit”
McGraw Hill’s “Best of 2010” Award
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH BUILDING
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: April 2009
Project Value: $106 million
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
LEED Gold Certified
290,000 sf high-tech, world-class research center

Houses wet and dry laboratory space, office space, a vivarium and other research areas
MARYVILLE COLLEGE
CLAYTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: December 2009
Project Value: $37 million
108,000 sf Center for the Arts
22,000 sf Recital Hall with 250-seats
METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE & DAVIDSON COUNTY
HOWARD OFFICE BUILDING & DATA CENTER
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: August 2010
Project Value: $38 million
LEED Silver certified
Serves as the backbone of the Richard J. Fulton Complex and is the brain center for the city of Nashville
Historic facility, originally constructed in the 1940’s, stands as a rich reminder of the city’s heritage.
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY NEW SCIENCE BUILDING
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: November 2014
Project Value: $22 million
Seeking LEED Silver certification
77,000 sf academic building
Includes an atrium, classrooms, teaching labs, offices and a 250-seat tiered lecture hall
Assembly, Water Treatment, and Processing Plants
DIFFERENTIATORS
SPRINT START
SCHEDULE
BUDGET
COST SEGREGATION
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
BUILDING SYSTEMS GROUP
SAFETY
QUALITY CONTROL
INCLUSION
Decreases start-up time, ensuring your project begins as scheduled
Lean processes borrowed from the manufacturing industry
In-house team of cost planners who monitor each element of your project
Greater tax savings and cash flow for your business
Dedicated to ensuring your complex systems will work as designed upon completion
Faster and better coordinated equipment installation
Real-time conceptual estimating
Greater ease in planning plant expansion and renovations
Consistently below the national average due to Safety4Site, Messer's safety initiative
Supports Good Manufacturing Practices through a five-point Quality Leadership System (QLS)
On average, more than 10% of our revenue is spent with Minority and Women-owed Business Enterprises (M/WBE)
"In Messer's "Construction Management" role, I have seen a commitment to Safety,
Quality, Schedule, and Cost Control that equal any I have experienced in my 34 year
career as a Facilities! Project Engineer. While this maybe expected in any good
construction company, I have also experienced the efforts of building a long term
relationship that I have not previously seen."

-Rick Robison
Yamaha Tennessee Watercraft, Inc.
“Messer Construction Company has demonstrated excellent knowledge of the construction field and a willingness to work with Aisin so that all aspects of the project are considered. This attention to detail is one reason Messer was selected over the other companies we investigated.”

-Matthew K. Peterson
Assistant Manager
Aisin Automotive Casting, Inc.
Production Planning

"Messer truly understands the concept of being a good neighbor and works tirelessly to ensure that all stakeholders have a pleasant construction experience. They pride themselves on becoming invisible to the general public and manage their projects accordingly. This effort is rarely seen in the construction industry and I would recommend Messer for any complex construction project."

-Chad Ingram
Project Manager
Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County
Department of General Services
Clientele
"Messer has gone above and beyond in its efforts to make the Scioto Mile a success. I wanted you to know CDDC is very much appreciative of all of your team’s efforts on our behalf."

-Guy Worley
CEO/President
Columbus Downtown Development Corp
Capitol South Community Urban Redevelopment Corp
Clientele
Messer has put in place over $1 billion in Higher Education construction in the last ten years alone

1/3 of annual revnue

Research
Student Living
Student Unions
Recreation Centers
Dining
Academic
Parking
Infrastructure
Top 15 University builder by Building Design & Construction
Student Engagement
Developing an app to keep faculty and students updated on construction plans on campus
Recruiting and Retention
College is more that just academics; it's about the overall student experience
Students demand high-quality facilities
Universities must provide this quality to stay competitive and attract students to their institution
Experience
Top national construction manager by Modern Healthcare Magazine
Over 100 accomplished, skilled healthcare project leaders
1/3 of annual revenue
Facilities
Large Tertiary Medical Centers
Free Standing Emergency Departments
Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Medical Office Buildings
Research Facilities
Types of Work
New Construction
Renovations
Expansions
Retro-Fits
Rankings
Per ENR:
Top 400 Contractors -#70
Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts - #68
Top 50 Domestic Building/Mfg. Revenue - #40
Top 100 Construction Management-at-Risk Firms - #41

Per Giants 300:
Top Contractors - #45
Top Data Sector Construction Firms - #15
Top University Sector Construction Firms - #16
CINCINNATI CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER LOCATION S
Assignment: Design-Build Construction Manager
Completion: November 2007
Project Value: $135 million
430,000 sf, 12-story research building

Wet and dry labs, offices and facilitated meeting areas

Design-Build Institute of America “Excellence in Design-Build Award
CINCINNATI CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER LOCATION T
Assignment: Integrated Project Delivery
Completion: March 2015
Project Value: $121 million
425,000 sf, 13-floor facility will foster transparency and collaboration among CCHMC’s clinical research teams

Includes wet labs, dry labs, clinical research areas, imaging areas, cafe and meeting space
THE HEALTH ALLIANCE
WEST CHESTER HOSPITAL
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: May 2009
Project Value: $122 million
370,000 sf, 160-bed hospital

30 examination rooms

Nine operating rooms

18 intensive care units

28 same-day surgery rooms
NORTON HEALTHCARE KOSAIR CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSBORO
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: March 2010
Project Value: $25 million
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
71,000 sf, two-and-a-half-story building built to provide children with a better hospital experience
Four-foot-tall door at the main entrance
Windows were installed lower to provide children the same view as their parents
"The Messer team made the complex and challenging process of construction easy for us. They are a group of high-energy, professional builders who were adaptable, sensitive to our requests, and always assumed ownership of our needs. They worked long days, weekends and multiple shifts in order to get the project finished. Their overall leadership on this project allowed us at Norton Healthcare to focus on our core mission - healing people - rather than on the construction process."

-Douglas Winkelhake
President
Norton Brownsboro Hospital
DHL EXPRESS INC.
ILN HUB EXPANSION SORT BUILDING "F"
Assignment: Design-Build Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: July 2005
Project Value: $46 million
Two-story, 1.2 million sf building
Contains sort facilities, international customs operations, network control center and support offices
AISIN AUTOMOTIVE CASTING TENNESSEE, INC.
PHASE II
Assignment: Design-Build Construction Manager
Completion: May 2008
Project Value: $17 million
YAMAHA JET BOAT MANUFACTURING USA TENNESSEE WATERCRAFT, INC. EXPANSION
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: January 2009
Project Value: $5 million
Sort and customs operations feature state-of-the art technology and high-end security, as well as stringent construction requirements necessary to meet federal drug protection and handling regulations
237,000 sf expansion to existing facility
Messer was chosen to complete this project due to our success on Aisin’s Phase I facility
Very aggressive schedule
Given nine months to complete the first building, but only eight months to complete the addition
Upgrades to infrastructure and utilities, expansion of boat mold storage area, finished boat storage area, entrance relocation and site security
Messer possesses extensive industrial construction experience working with Japanese-American firms
Public-Private Partnerships
Relationship between a private-sector company and government agency to complete a project for public benefit
Allows project to become an actual possibility
May be completed sooner
Deferred Maintenance
Postposed maintenance repairs over time
Restoring deferred maintenance is an inexpensive alternative to new construction
86,000 sf College of Business

88,000 sf Learning Commons

Renovation of 62,500 sf McDonald Library

10 acres of site utilities, hardscape and landscape
Associated General Contractors "Build Ohio" Award
All work completed ahead of schedule
Nearly $11 million under budget
Safety results praised by OSHA
“It’s said that people are known by the company they keep.

I could not be more pleased than I am that Xavier University

and Messer are good partners. Your company’s reputation

in the Cincinnati community is broad and deep. You stand

for many good things. It’s a pleasure for Xavier University to

be able to stand for them with you.”

XAVIER UNIVERSITY HOFF ACADEMIC QUAD
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: August 2010
Project Value: $66 million
All residence halls will seek LEED Silver certification upon completion
Many of the residence halls will utilize geothermal heating and cooling systems

Includes suite-style and private rooms
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
RESIDENTIAL RENEWAL
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: July 2014
Project Value: $134 million
UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON
RECPLEX
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: January 2006
Project Value: $21 million
-Fr. Michael J. Graham, S.J.
President
Xavier University
Professional performance creating value for our customers
A company-wide commitment to a safe work environment
Ethical business practices
Providing an environment where individual professional growth is the foundation for company growth
1990's

2002
On March 1, 2002, Frank Messer & Sons Construction Co. became Messer Construction Co.
THE GREENE
SCIOTO MILE
MOUNT CARMEL ST. ANN'S CAMPUS EXPANSION
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: December 2013
Project Value: $76 million
120,000 sf, four-story cardiovascular tower addition with 30 patient rooms
New main entrance and lobby, parking garage, central energy plant expansion, infrastructure upgrades, dining expansion and kitchen renovation
ST. ANN'S
THE OHIO BUILDING AUTHORITY OHIO JUDICIAL CENTER
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: April 2004
Project Value: $85 million
Associated General Contractors “Build Ohio” award
19-story, 415,000 sf historic renovation and restoration
Installed state-of-the art audio/visual, security and data systems, laying more than one hundred miles of fiber optic cable
OHIO JUDICIAL
CENTER
WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE PROPULSION DIRECTORATE ADVANCED POWER & THERMAL RESEARCH LABORATORY
Assignment: Design-Build General Contractor
Completion: June 2013
Project Value: $24 million
Finalist, Builders Exchange of Dayton “Project Management Award”
Finalist, Associated General Contractors “Build Ohio” award
LEED Gold certified - the first at WPAFB
52,000 sf, includes wet, dry and RF shielded labs, high-bay space for radio frequency shielded experiments and an adjoining skywalk
WRIGHT PATTERSON
SCHUSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER WITH RESIDENTIAL/OFFICE TOWER
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: May 2003
Project Value: $77 million
Associated General Contractors “Build Ohio” award
2,300 seat theater and performing arts center
150 seat rehearsal theater
18-story residence and office tower connected by a 60-foot high glass curtain-wall enclosing a wintergarden that is open to the public
SCHUSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI MAINSTREET
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: January 2006
Project Value: $247 million
MUSIC HALL REVITALIZATION
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: October 2015
Project Value: $120 million
328,000 sf historic restoration
Variable seating layouts for up to 2,300 occupants
Main lobby will be a public space with a gallery, box office, retail spaces and pub
Carriage ways between the main hall and the north and south wings will be turned into garden courts
HORSESHOE CASINO
MUSIC HALL
The University of Cincinnati (UC) chose Messer for the largest, most ambitious capital improvement project in UC’s 187-year history due to the team’s higher education and mixed-use expertise and knowledge of the local market.
Campus Recreation Center - AIA Honor Award for Architecture, LEED Certified - ranked most amazing in the country
MAINSTREET
RILEY HOSPITAL
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH BUILDING
Assignment: Construction Manager Agency
Completion: Spring 2014
Project Value: $35 million
BAPTIST HOMES OF INDIANA HOOSIER VILLAGE EXPANSION
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: September 2012
Project Value: $32 million
MINTON-CAPEHART FEDERAL BUILDING FIRE/LIFE SAFETY AND HVAC MODERNIZATION
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: January 2013
Project Value: $47 million
126,000 sf research building
Includes space for psychiatry, rehabilitation, radiology and pathology
IU NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH BUILDING
The Hoosier Village Expansion is comprised of six projects under one umbrella
Includes a Wellness Center, Memory Support Building and Licensed Residential Building
HOOSIER VILLAGE
LEED Gold certified
660,000 sf facility
Upgraded HVAC, emergency power controls, sprinkler, lighting, fire and alarm systems
Renovations included office space, lobby area, restrooms, public corridors and a fitness center
MINTON-CAPEHART FEDERAL BUILDING
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: January 2010
Project Value: $113 million
SOUTHLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH RICHMOND ROAD CAMPUS
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: December 2012
Project Value: $23 million
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
Transformed a 146,000 sf vacant department store into a modern church
Addition of a 51,000 sf, 2,800-seat Worship Center
Site work included repaving an existing parking lot and reconfiguring an existing pond
UK RESIDENTIAL RENEWAL
UK COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
SOUTHLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH
UofL CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL
RESEARCH BUILDING
KENTUCKY EXPOSITION CENTER EAST WING/HALL RENOVATION
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: October 2007
Project Value: $47 million
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
Rebuild the 215,000 sf convention hall after demolition of the original wing
Connects directly to Freedom Hall convention center concourses
KENTUCKY EXPOSITION CENTER
NORTON HEALTHCARE BROWNSBORO HOSPITAL
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: July 2009
Project Value: $90 million
300,550 sf, 127-bed hospital with nutritional and environmental, imaging, emergency and psychiatric services
Associated General Contractors "Build Kentucky" Award
LEED certified

Includes inpatient, outpatient and critical care
BROWNSBORO HOSPITAL
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY VAN METER HALL RENOVATION
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: March 2010
Project Value: $18 million
MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE CAL TURNER FAMILY CENTER
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: May 2014
Project Value: $23 million
Kentuckiana Masonry Institute Brick Award of Merit
Upgrade mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment
Completed five months ahead of schedule
HOWARD OFFICE BUILDING
VAN METER HALL
80,000 sf new facility
Includes a 500-seat auditorium, ballroom, classroom space, food court and visitor’s center
CAL TURNER FAMILY CENTER
CLAYTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
JOHN TICKLE ENGINEERING BUILDING
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: December 2009
Project Value: $37 million
OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION & RENOVATION
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: July 2008
Project Value: $51 million
LEED Silver certified
390,000 sf, three-story addition housing 37 classrooms
Renovations and additions to the school library, including new media areas and infrastructure

OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

Pedestrian bridge connecting John Tickle Engineering Building to The Hill - visually linking the new facility to the existing College of Engineering facilities
UT JOHN TICKLE
ENGINEERING BUILDING
45,000 sf interior renovation of a historic facility

New mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems and architectural finishes
MECKLENBURG COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE RENOVATION
Assignment: General Contractor
Completion: November 2014
Project Value: $22 million
MECKLENBURG
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
KOSAIR CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSBORO
WEST CHESTER HOSPITAL
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
LOCATION T
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
LOCATION S
PIKEVILLE MEDICAL CENTER MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING & PARKING STRUCTURE
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: March 2010
Project Value: $25 million
250,000 sf medical office building

390,000 sf parking garage

Ten floors of physician exam rooms

New generator systems including three generators and electric gear


PIKEVILLE MEDICAL CENTER
Differentiators
130,000 sf new facility

Houses six basketball/volleyball courts, three racquetball courts, climbing wall, eight lane competition pool, weight machines, cardiovascular machines, free weights, 1/8 mile running/walking track, classrooms, lounges, locker rooms and offices
65,000 sf academic building

Space for business and industry technical training, educational resources, information services, academic programs, offices and laboratories
PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE BLOUNT COUNTY CENTER IMPROVEMENTS
Assignment: Construction Manager
Completion: August 2010
Project Value: $15 million
UD RECPLEX
XAVIER HOFF ACADEMIC QUAD
BLOUNT COUNTY CENTER
IMPROVEMENTS
MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION
Assignment: Construction Manager with a Guaranteed Maximum Price
Completion: January 2006
Project Value: $21 million
197,000 sf student union

Includes campus bookstore, dining facility, production kitchen, ballroom, conference rooms, lounge space and office for student organizations

MTSU STUDENT UNION
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