Columbus CEO magazine recently released Central Ohio’s top General Contractors. Brexton was ranked the 11th largest general contractor. Congratulations to our clients and associates, and our great city for helping to make this possible.
Brexton was honored to be a finalist in the AGC 2016 Build Ohio Awards featuring the downtown Tri-Village Storage facility building. Continue reading “AGC 2016 Build Ohio Awards”
Congratulations to Tim Galvin who was included in the Smart 50 Class of 2016 with other top executive leaders in Columbus!
Tim Galvin, CEO of Brexton LCC, one of the top six real estate developers in Central Ohio, saw this challenge as an opportunity and thus developed and built Tri-Village Self Storage. Continue reading “Celebrating Area’s Top Real Estate Developers”
CEO Tim Galvin founded Brexton Construction LLC in 2001. With a highly experienced team of 30+ professionals dedicated to commercial development and construction, services have expanded to include real estate brokerage, development, design-build, construction, renovation, property management and financing.
While there is a lot of great competition in Central Ohio for storage facilities, Tri Village Self-Storage has set itself apart by developing facilities in a few underserved locations. The newest location is downtown Columbus.
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Brexton Development and Construction has experienced over six hundred percent growth in 2015-16. Brexton offers a diverse range of Healthcare, Office, Retail, Multi- family, Institutional, Warehouse and Luxury Self-Storage expertise. Brexton’s 2015-16 Projects total over $71M in value, the prior (matching) years of 2013-14 totaled $10M.
With close to 50,000 self-storage facilities in the United States, it’s hard to believe there could an underserved area. But there is—Columbus, Ohio. And now, one developer is trying to do something about it.
The Edwards Companies and Brexton Construction announced today plans to add a six-story storage unit building to the ongoing Neighborhood Launch project in Downtown Columbus. The units would service Downtown residents looking for extra room that they may not have built into smaller apartments or condos.