Just the Right Size

Local Touch,
National Reach


Local & National Benefits

Get the best
of both worlds.

Choate offers the benefits of a nationwide contractor including:

    • Economies of scale
    • Depth and breadth of industry resources
    • Extensive and varied market sector expertise
    • Flexibility to serve you nationally

Combined with our dedication to strong relationships and focus on local communities where we build, we deliver projects where you need us to be.

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Choate has six offices throughout the Southeast, each offering a distinct flavor representative of the markets and communities they serve.

Though our office locations may provide a southern charm and local expertise, our client and trade relationships span the country, having performed from Seattle to West Palm Beach and vast geography in between.

We serve our clients with the ability to execute projects in any region, often with the partnership of the Citadel National Construction Group. Our honed ability to proactively engage local resources ensures Choate’s team and your project hit the ground running.

Strength in
Shared Expertise

The Citadel National Construction Group is a consortium of the finest, separately-owned construction companies from across the U.S. who have joined forces to pursue a single vision — to serve individual clients with national needs. This unique alliance allows Choate to offer nationwide solutions without sacrificing your relationship with your key Choate Team partners.

Additionally, the Citadel partners know that iron sharpens iron. Thought leaders from each company meet regularly to share best practices and innovative techniques, ensuring we are the sharpest group from coast to coast.

Let's Connect!

Find out more about Choate’s six offices and what makes them special or connect with our Executive Vice President of Operations, Dave Knudson, to see how our client-focused approach can benefit you and your project no matter your location.


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