For more than 15 years M & W has provided construction management services on a broad range of projects throughout the southeast U.S.  We offer a complete portfolio of services that range from stand-alone construction solutions to multi-disciplinary engineering, procurement, construction, or construction management.

M & W has a long track record of successfully delivering construction projects of various sizes and complexities, often in challenging locations.  These capitol-intensive projects, which have served many segments in the energy and chemicals industry, include grassroots facilities, plant expansions, revamps and upgrades, rebuilds, dismantling and relocations, and turnarounds.

With offices located in major cities across the southeast U.S., M & W is well-positioned to provide construction solutions that meet our clients' needs.  We take pride in our high-caliber professionals who provide the management, flexibility, and resources needed to ensure performance and safety standards are met.

M & W's corporate commitment to achieving safety excellence on all of our projects supported the development of our safety program.  We target zero injuries, zero illness, and zero environmental incidents on all of our projects.  Our construction management teams set the precedent for all contractors and employees on site and in turn create the "work safe" culture necessary for achieving our safety objective.

M & W's construction professionals possess the skills needed to plan and execute a project from the conceptual phase to the startup of a revenue-producing facility.  Our experts are supported by the latest management and construction technology and follow M & W's proven set of corporate standards and principles to ensure a successful project.

Our service offerings include:

  • Safety management
  • Construction management
  • Direct-hire construction
  • General contracting
  • Constructability
  • Preconstruction planning
  • Heavy lift and haul planning
  • Site selection studies
  • Modularization studies
  • Subcontract management
  • System turnover management
  • Quality assurance and quality control
  • Material control management
  • Project control management
  • Change management
  • Labor and subcontractor surveys