Briegan Construction Services, Inc. dba. Briegan Concrete Constructors was formed in 2002 and incorporated in 2003. Briegan was started with two employees in the office and 5 full-time employees in the field performing cast in place retaining walls, head and wing walls, box culverts and small building foundation projects. Through the years, we grew rapidly, and in 2017 Briegan employed 265 employees and had developed strong bonding and banking relationships bidding on projects up to $8.5 million in size. During this growth, Briegan built their bottom line and assets owning over forty pieces of “yellow iron,” two concrete pumps, tractors, trailers and a large inventory of forming equipment.
The Purchase of Rebarco, Inc.
In May of 2015, Briegan purchased the assets of Rebarco, Inc. and re-incorporated the “Rebarco Division” as Rebarco Formwork, Inc. Rebarco was once the predominant concrete formwork and reinforcing steel placement company in the Raleigh area. Due to the amount of storage area required after the purchase of Rebarco, Briegan purchased the Rebarco office and storage yard from Mr. Sonny McEver, (the founder of Rebarco, Inc.) and moved our operation from Apex, NC to the Garner/Clayton area.
Backed by Baker Construction Enterprises
On July 1, 2018, Briegan Construction Services, Inc., dba: Briegan Concrete Constructors was purchased by Baker Construction Enterprises, Inc. and now operates as Briegan Concrete, LLC. Now with the resources of Baker behind us, Briegan’s growth potential is unlimited. We recently opened offices in Charlotte and Wilmington, NC. In 2020-2021 Briegan plans to open offices in South Carolina and Southern Virginia.
Briegan embraces the opportunity to serve the communities where we live and work, donating our time, energy and resources.
We share our talents by completing work-in-kind projects, such as installing small slabs for community centers or handicap ramps for schools.
Education & Career Outreach
Developing education and career outreach programs, most recently our Concrete Boot Camp training for carpenters and foreman, has been an essential part of Briegan’s history, growth, and an opportunity to support our industry.
Team Building Through Service
Organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Wreaths Across America, Toys for Tots, Duke Children and Make a Wish have offered many opportunities for team building through service.
Briegan proudly supports worthy causes that are dedicated to keeping our communities safe, healthy, and educated. Some of these organizations include the Alzheimer’s Association, Wounded Warrior, Salvation Army, Raleigh and Durham Rescue Missions.
At Briegan We...
Put People First
Business Unit strength depends on the strength of each of us. We achieve that strength by treating all people with dignity and respect.
Agree How We Lead Matters Most
Lead by example, leadership and personal commitment to our values must be visible and unequivocal.
Work Incident-and Injury-Free
Eliminate all workplace incidents and injuries. Safety is a valued responsibility of all team members. Safety is never compromised.
Demonstrate Unrivaled Work Ethic
Exhibit an intense, positive attitude and unwavering commitment to excellence in all we do. Continually build capabilities that enable us to dominate construction operations in all dimensions.
Be generous to those less fortunate. Be dutiful to Mother Earth and protect our natural and cultural resources. Support the concrete construction industry and invest in training, development, and mentorship.
Foster a culture of inclusion that harnesses our broad diversity, individual creativity, and the relationship between labor and management.
Challenge the status quo, anticipate changing needs and build new teams, processes, and technologies to make it happen.
Are Customer Centric
Our dedication to the customer shows in everything we do. Add value to our customers by listening, understanding their needs, and offering solutions.
We strive to be proactive in the planning of our work with our customers to make your jobs more successful, reduce costly mistakes and call backs, which impact costs and creates schedule delays.