General Contractors & Construction Management Services

Proudly serving Southeast, Central Texas and the surrounding areas.

Construction Management & General Contracting Managers

With Time-Honored Values and Innovative Strategies

Since 1983, Collier Construction, has continued to establish itself as a leader in the construction industry. We specialize in construction management, general contracting, and LEED consulting for both public and private projects, including K-12 schools, higher education, religious facilities, municipal/government buildings, financial institutions and commercial buildings.

Our general contractor services cover Southeast, Central Texas and the Brazos Valley area.

We are committed to outstanding quality, from project launch through every phase of construction.  We complete all construction jobs on time and within budget and hold ourselves to the highest standards of excellence.

We have continued to grow, and we still remain a family-owned, family-run business. We pride ourselves on our quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and our dedicated and loyal team.  We leave no stone unturned in achieving complete client satisfaction.

  • Our Safety Program is Our #1 Priority
  • Proven Reputation For Opening Projects on Time
  • Dedicated, Consistent Team of On-Site Superintendents and Project Managers

Green Building

LEEDS Consulting Services To Promote Sustainable Building Practices

usgbc_grayOur commitment to sustainable building provides tangible operating cost savings for our clients, and our green building specialists provide the expertise to help guide our clients through the LEED-Certification process.

Building Schools – Building Futures

Collier Construction proudly supports Collaborative For High Performance Schools,CHPS, an organization committed to leading a national movement to improve student performance and the entire educational experience by building the best possible schools.

“Of course it can be easy to finish on time if you find ways to cut corners. Collier refused this temptation and suffered many long days and seven day work weeks to be sure we got MORE than what we paid for.”
Superintendent, Central Texas School