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Construction Company Names 05/07/11

Don’t Build Them Up Just to Let Them Down – Good and Bad Construction Company Names

The Good:

All of these construction company names make you think of a classic, blockbuster enterprise, kind of like “Lord of the Rings” or “Titanic.” When people are looking for a construction company, they want people who know what they are doing and who are experienced. Think strong and tough as opposed to pretty and happy: Hefty as opposed to Glad, Brawny as opposed to Bounty. These are the megaworkers who can take on any project and do it meticulously.

Epic Group Construction – These electric contractors are larger-than-life and ambitious.

EXCEL Group, Inc. – It’s succinct and to the point. This company is good. Better than good. They are great at what they do, and they want you to know it.

Magnum Construction, Inc. – This might make you think of a gun, or Magnum, P.I., but it means “great” in Latin.

The Stellar Group General Contracting – This is what your parents always talked about when they said you weren’t a stellar student. These contractors are.

Titan Contracting & Leasing Co., Inc. – These guys are the giants of industry. Powerful and commanding, they dominate their field.

The Bad:

You can see what these companies were thinking when they named their businesses—some of them. Even so, they should have thought twice—or at least run them by a few friends—before they actually decided on their names.

Mammoth Erection Construction Company – When you need something built, why not call someone with a mammoth erection? You might not end up getting the project done, but I can guarantee you’ll have a great time doing it.

Buttcon Limited – Their motto is “There’s no substitute like experience.” Sure, but it’s hard to tell what kind of experience these employees have.

Wrekin – I thought construction companies were into, well, construction.

Rust Constructors Inc. – Along the same lines, when searching for a construction company, people are searching for quality. They want something that will stand the test of time. Using a name that suggests the materials aren’t quite up to par or might degrade doesn’t instill a great deal of confidence in your customers.

Terminal Construction Corporation – Unless you’re in the business of building airports, you don’t want to use a name that brings to mind the thought of death. You might as well call the company “Fatal Construction.” Or simply the catchy, one-word “Demise.” See how many phone calls you get.

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