RGM Incorporated provides excellent commercial, single- and multi-family residential, and facility support services, including new construction, renovations or upgrades, and maintenance.
We perform new construction buildouts for various commercial industries, including retail spaces, restaurants, and hotels. We also provide renovations for all types of commercial sites, including nursing homes, apartment buildings, hotels, and restaurants.
We perform new home construction for single- and multi-family residential properties. In addition to building from the ground up, we can also help you with the design process. If you have an existing home or multi-family property and need to make upgrades, we can do renovations as well. Renovations have a special place in our hearts because we love making a house into the home of your dreams.
We handle all facilities maintenance needs in construction. This includes minor or major renovations, HVAC maintenance, and electrical maintenance.
With the help of our designers, architects, and engineers, we can give you the property of your dreams. And we take care of everyone—homeowners, investors, realtors, and contractors—in the same professional, courteous manner!
Our industry-leading team brings decades of multifaceted experience to support industrial and environmental projects of any size. We are committed to delivering quality within budget, on time, and to exacting specifications. Your next project is our top priority.
Successful projects rely on great leadership. Partnering with the RGM team means that your project will be carefully guided through a complex process, including construction, project management, and subcontractor management.
As an extension to our core support, we offer energy, sustainability, and auditing/assessment services. Together, we can provide an energy audit (EA) An EA is for a client wanting to save energy, increase occupant comfort, and effectively invest in the property or pursue Energy Star®, LEED®, or similar certifications to attract environmentally conscious tenants. There are three EA levels (I, II, III), with more in-depth analysis and more accuracy in capital-improvement costs the higher the level. or a facility condition assessment (FCA) An FCA is for a client with aging infrastructure nearing end of life or beginning to fail. An FCA report includes an updated inventory of equipment and recommends what equipment to repair or replace and prioritizes where to start. The next step is a Capital Improvement Plan and Budget to make the building function like new again. to ensure that your facility is safe and efficient.