Public Sector Construction:

Creating Local Legacies.

Bring local passion to your next community project

Navigating the unknown.

Public sector projects can be exciting, and they’re a great way to add value to your community. However, the pressure to deliver results, often combined with limited insights into a project’s unique complexity, can be overwhelming. That’s why you need a trusted advisor; a team of construction specialists who will guide you through the entire process.


Insights leading the way.

At WCG Construction, we prioritize predictability at every turn. Our team leverages four decades of experience and expertise, providing proactive solutions and thoughtful execution. When you partner with us, we’ll ensure that you’re informed and involved from start to finish.

The WCG Difference

Transparent pricing for your peace of mind.

When you partner with us, you can expect full transparency, fair pricing, and seamless communication. We promise to provide a predictable experience every step of the way.

Our Cost Shield Commitment.

We’ll protect you from unexpected costs by maintaining cost certainty throughout each design phase, so you can worry less about budget overruns. By engaging project teams early, we bridge the gap between design and budget, ensuring long-term cost integrity and minimizing surprises during construction.  It’s our way of protecting your investment! 

Integrated Services for innovative projects.

Preconstruction &
Cost Estimating

Comprehensive planning and pricing services before the construction phase begins.


Maximize your value and your budget while minimizing costs.


Seamlessly integrate design creativity with efficient functionality.


Quality management throughout the project lifecycle, across multiple delivery methods.

Project gallery

Check out a few of our Public Sector Construction projects.

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