(ORLANDO, FLORIDA) – Construct Two Group (CTG) is officially ranked the #1 African-American-/Black-Owned Business based on its 2020 Central Florida revenue by the Orlando Business Journal in their annual “The List”. CTG experienced a stellar year earning $32.66 million in 2020 Central Florida Revenue in the Development, Construction Management and Program Management industries of Central Florida.
Established in 1990, CTG is an industry leader in development, construction, financing, operations and management. In addition, CTG is celebrating 30 years of construction excellence and growth. Founded by Derrick D. Wallace, CTG is creating, sustaining and transforming the future through innovative approaches to private-public partnership and unique developments. Within its vast history of completing projects on time and under budget, CTG has amassed more than $1 billion in commercial, education, university, military, municipal and industrial/transportation projects completed to date.
Company founder and Chairman Derrick D. Wallace stated, “We are honored that we are the #1 African-American firm as ranked by the Orlando Business Journal for our revenue in 2020. We applaud our clients, partners and sub-contractors that afforded us the opportunity to grow by leaps and bounds, even through these challenging times. CTG has achieved this success through the hard work, passion, and dedication of our team members; the development, adherence and continued improvements on our strict construction procedures and attention to detail; and our culture of customer service that exists throughout the entire organization. We have dedicated ourselves to 30 years of innovation, construction and business process improvements and efficiencies to provide our customers with the highest quality solutions and services. Throughout 2021, we plan to embark on even more sustainable project that benefit the Central Florida Region.”
CTG has a unique perspective as a developer and construction company, along with our innovative solutions, excellent customer care, alliances, and technology we seek to ensure success and maximize the value for our clients, owners, partners and employees.
CTG has built Florida’s largest projects by an African American construction firm including FAMU Development Research School ($25 million), Jones High School ($50 million) and the Phase 5 Orange County Convention Center (JV with Clark – $500 million). Future projections based on the next three years place CTG in the position to create over 2800 jobs and generate over $300 million in revenue. Current projects include the $500 million Housing, Mixed Use, Stadium and Athletic Facility project on the campus of FAMU as well as providing Small Business Advisory services at GOAA plus Multiple Construction Management projects an entertainment theme park. CTG will also be providing multiple public and private sector companies with Program Management, Construction Management Services, Development Management Services.
The company is headquartered office in Orlando, Florida and has a satellite office in Tallahassee, Florida. For more information about CTG, visit: www.constructtwo.com.