For over 75 years, Hebert Construction has earned a reputation for reliability and building some of the most challenging and creative projects, including commercial construction, renovation, adaptive reuse, historic restoration, and custom residential. Our principal focus is to partner with our clients, understand their needs, and work closely to complete a successful project in a safe manner with the greatest value and quality craftsmanship attainable.
There is great value in coordinated design and construction services from a singular and skilled organization like Hebert Construction. In addition to the benefit of saving time and cutting costs, we provide consistency and clarity in workflow, scheduling, communication, and decision making—bringing ease and value to every project.
The early planning of a construction project is critical to its success, and the Hebert team truly excels in upfront planning to save every job time and money. We begin every project well before we sit down at the table, with advanced research, considerations, and potential corrections to establish the highest level of construction quality, efficiency, and value.
Self-performing contractor capabilities are an invaluable and rare commodity, and Hebert is one of the few remaining general contracts to offer the service in Maine. Our in-house resources provide quality, cost, and timeline benefits to every client without sacrificing safety or performance, but before we self-perform any work, we collect proposals from other contractors. This ensures that we are providing the greatest overall value for a job. In many cases, we’re able to expedite the construction schedule and ensure quality control on critical deliverables.
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For over 75 years, Hebert has earned a reputation for reliability throughout commercial, corporate, healthcare, educational, and public housing settings. We do our best work amidst the most challenge and creative environments, including renovation, adaptive reuse, historic renovation, and custom residential construction.
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