An Albuquerque-based general
contractor since 1983, Britton consists of two divisions:
one that handles general construction and MEDCON, for medical
projects. With a broad
range of project experience, emphasis is placed on select projects.
There is always a Britton on a Britton project. Founder, Rick
Britton, and his two sons, personally oversee all work.
Project selection is based on labor availability and workload.
Because of the company's financial strength and significant bonding
capacity, major projects are often part of the mix.
Britton works as a team with project management a top priority. With
extensive experience in complex phasing, tight schedules and rigid
security, company policy dictates that an owner have the same
superintendent throughout a project to ensure maintenance of company
standards. Quality standards are never compromised.
We are Charter members and sit on the Board of Directors of the
National Association of Church Design Builders (NACDB). This
association enables Britton to work with design firms and assist in
all aspects of your project to help ensure the budget is contained
and quality is maintained. It also offers us an endless resource to
help with any extraordinary situation that may arise.
Britton Construction is also a member of the Jack Miller Network, a
unique group of professional contractors that today has grown to
over 700 member firms in 49 states and Canada, representing an
annual construction volume of over $26 billion dollars. Members
gather formally twice a year to practice "win-win sharing" of their
experiences, technical knowledge and buying power. Between meetings
networking continues among the members.
Buyers of construction services find that selecting a Jack Miller
Network member for their project may be the best means of ensuring
that they're choosing a top quality contractor. They've discovered
that they're really getting the combined wisdom and experience of
700 of the industry's elite firms, and from that knowledge base
there is no problem that can't be solved or challenge that can't be