Construction Company Names 05/07/11
Don’t Build Them Up Just to Let Them Down – Good and Bad Construction Company Names
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.
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.