In 2003, a few brothers decided to plant the seeds for a small company that could handle residential drywall installation services. That quickly transitioned into commercial drywall installation, then slowly grew to include steel stud work and taping work. Shortly after, light demolition and t-bar ceiling work were added to offer a decent package of commercial construction services.
In 2008 facility renovation and maintenance services were added for both the financial institution and law enforcement industries.
Both company branches continue to be successful - both in services offered, and repeat customers.
Years of experience have led to an inordinate focus on customization of services for each unique client. This ensures each project is handled to enhance the customer's reputation, and grow a relationship with them.
Projects range in size from changing a door knob or light bulb to paving a parking lot or restoration after flooding.
Relationships are the key to a strong business. Relationships with workers and employees, clients and suppliers. That key is proven by a track record stretching back to 2003. A business relationship with OCC Solutions is considered highly valuable and will last long term.
Take responsibility for actions, behaviors, and reactions. You are in charge of you. Own up to what you do or don’t do. Everyone has bad days - it is how you handle them that makes you a champion. We also have opportunities to reward company “owners” with profit shares.
Invest in your future with this team. Invest in your own growth, and the company will grow. You will probably get out what you put in. If you give a half effort, you can expect half success. Go all in and expect nothing less in return. This investment will pay off. We are all in this together.
We never stop after going only one mile. We aim to go the extra mile for each other and for our customers. Our intention is to shock our customers with the level of service we are able to provide. Simply ‘good enough’ is never good enough. No problem is ever a dead end. We go the whole distance in over-delivering what we promise. Instead of “NO”, we answer “I’m sure we can figure it out.”
I’ll be back
Don’t leave behind poor quality work that you hope to never see again. Work so that if we should ever come back, we are proud of our work. Our work is excellent, not mediocre. Projects should be cared for as if they were being done in our own living-room. Also, we never burn a bridge with anyone. We preserve the working relationships we have because we will be back, and so will ‘they’. We must get along.