The Marcus Corporation:   770-446-1080
New Construction, Renovation, Facility Management & Unrestricted Electrical Contracting
The Marcus Corporation | Marcus Corp. of Florida
Marcus A Hoge; General Contractor in Georgia and Florida

GA License No. GCQA000857 | GA Company License No. GCCO000268 | FL License No. CBC059813

 

Greg McAdams; Unrestricted Low-Voltage and Electrical Contractor

License No's. LVU406646 and EN213173

Marcus Corp, General Contractor in Johns Creek, Norcross

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Services

Indoor or outdoor, commercial or residential, we at The Marcus Corp, offer any possible construction, Electrical or Facitly Management requirements you may have. We love finding the right solution for every situation, and thrive on taking on any challenge and providing 100% satisfaction in the results. 

Testimonial

"Marcus & Janis, You guys did a wonderful job on my office build-out in Norcross. Those 3000 sq ft of office space have filled-up quickly. I'm so glad we added the additional 800 sq ft with the Mezzanine. I have no construction projects planned for the near future but I will be sure to call next time. Let me know if I can be of any assistance with any potential clients that would like to see my space in Norcross. 
Thanks, 
Kent Taylor JSI Sign Systems"

Commercial Construction
Metal Buildings * Renovations & Additions * Tenant Finish & Build-out 
View a list of our
commercial projects
Residential Construction
Renovations * Kitchens * Exteriors * 2nd Floor Additions * Bath * Sunrooms * Screened Porch 
Testimonial
I am a licensed architect and principal of a small 10 person office doing mainly commercial design work in Georgia. I have known and worked with Marcus for the past 4 years on various projects. His company has always exhibited the utmost honesty and integrity during our relationship. I would highly recommend clients to either bid or negotiate with his company on construction projects and feel assured they would be treated fairly throughout the construction and owner turnover process.
Ben Skaggs, Principal, RA
http://www.adc-architects.com Architectural Design Concepts, LLC
Helpful Hints
Decide on a budget for your project, the contractor needs to know what your budget is so he can include the appropriate products and amenities in his estimate.  There is no point in having the contractor give you a proposal that includes things that you do not want or simply can’t afford.  Be sure that your contractor explains what your options are.  Many times customers do not realize that they have choices when selecting products. For example, you could choose different colors, sizes, or brand names.  At Marcus Corporation we use an allowance system to allow our customers to choose items that fit within their budget.