NEW MEMBER PROFILE: MARIOTTINI CONSTRUCTION
March 28, 2019
Mariottini Construction, a mid-size construction company with a focus on retail, commercial, and office space, is one of the West Central Association’s newest members. Read below to learn more about Mariottini Construction.
Why the West Loop?
The West Loop is one of the fastest developing neighborhoods in all of the U.S.
What are your top challenges in growing Mariottini Construction?
We are fortunate to be growing at a time when the market if ripe with opportunities. The biggest challenge we now face is conveying to our national clients that we can serve them throughout the Midwest.
Why did you join the West Central?
Of all the community associations in Chicago we have found the consistent activity of this organization incredibly appealing. When combined with it’s dedicated director and loyal membership base, many who have been involved with the association for decades, West Central has become a comfortable and valuable place to return to again and again for building business relationships and strategic partnerships.
What makes Mariottini Construction unique?
Family-owned and run for four generations, Mariottini is proud to say that the majority of our clients are repeat. Our clients know that we do not shy away from their hard or challenging projects and that we deliver a quality product on time and on budget.
What gets you up in the morning?
A good cup of coffee!
What’s your favorite part of the West Loop?
I love to visit Mary Bartleme Park. I’ve taken several meetings in the park and think it is a wonderful addition to the community.
What does Mariottini Construction’s future look like?
We have expansion on our mind as we look to engage with clients throughout the Midwest.
Describe Mariottini Construction in 140 characters or less
Teamwork, it’s the foundation of how we work with clients.
Bonus Question: Favorite time of year in the West Loop?
Everyone knows that there are only two seasons in Chicago, winter and construction. We’re big fans of the construction season 🙂
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