Founded in 2006, our company is built on four principles: true collaboration, flexibility, mindful innovation and commitment. These principles influence not only how we choose to do business but also whom we hire to execute our work.
We’re not going to have to do business in the space we build, but someone will, so our job simply isn’t complete until the end user is happy. It’s important to us to be able to understand any project from the perspective of the design team, as well as the client. Whether it’s rushing a certain sector of a remodel to accommodate an important meeting or building mock-ups to ensure we’re achieving the architect’s design intent, Structura puts the customer’s needs right where they ought to be: front and center.
With business—especially the construction business—speeding up more and more these days, it’s important to be able to make quick decisions on the go. That’s why Structura is so focused on mobility and minimal hierarchy: to allow us to respond to market forces and client needs with lightning speed. While the guys at the big companies need to talk to the boss and the boss’s boss to get a decision made, our remarkably flat corporate structure allows us to work with clients to to make big decisions as they arise.
Not all progress is necessarily a step in the right direction. While we pride ourselves in accessing the cutting edge of technology, we also recognize that just because something’s new doesn’t mean it’s innovative. You can’t build an office building or renovate a restaurant on an Excel spreadsheet, and we think of relationships the same way: built the old-fashioned way, and built to last.
If you’re not in it for the long haul, why be there at all? We’re utterly dedicated to getting the job done on time and in budget, with no excuses. The way we assess our own work is the way we think most customers would: by judging results. More than 85% of our business comes from repeat customers, who know from experience that we’re completely focused on their satisfaction with our work.