We’ve built city and suburban landmarks and cornerstones to communities. We can build something together. That’s what makes Lauth different. We build the trust and confidence it takes for you to share your vision with us. Then we assemble a talented team to make it a reality. This is how partnerships work. This is how great happens.
Let's build something great together.
People that are in it for you.Our experienced professionals focus on your needs and develop sound solutions based on your vision.
Projects that work from beginning to end.From the drawing board to reality, we work with you to meet all budget, timeline and building requirements.
Services to meet your needs. And then some.We’re with you through the entire design/construction continuum. We can manage and maintain your properties, too.
“Active engagement within the community is an integral part of the Lauth culture. Lauth is a Corporate Work Study partner with Providence Cristo Rey High School and sponsors a work study student each school year."
“Lauth knows its industry well. They addressed our specific issues of transportation, infrastructure and quality of workforce. I’ve managed similar building projects and our development with Lauth is certainly among the smoothest transactions we’ve done. I give the company credit for managing our 505,000 SF national distribution center in a hands-on, detailed manner.”
"2018 marks Lauth's 41st year in business. We remain committed to making a difference with our clients, vendors and associates, and look forward to continued success in building the future together."
“Thank you so much for your contributions to the new basketball courts at Tarkington Park. We’re grateful for your partnership and look forward to more awesome work together.”
“It has been an absolute pleasure to work with the Lauth team. They were instrumental in the design and construction of Baldwin and Lyon’s 129,000 square foot office project. Their incredible attention to detail throughout the process ensured our project was as specified and within budget.”