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Testimonial for CCC

Seamless, With No Hiccups!

CCC really appreciates every testimonial from our customers. We approache each commercial construction project with the same attitude: make sure our clients have a positive experience and the outcome is exactly what they want.

We completed the construction of the new Bell’s Vape and Cigar store, and its owners shared the process building this store. They said the construction of this location was fast with no problems. Thank you!

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CCC Receives Butler Mfg Award

Cincinnati Commercial Contracting earned a $30 million Cumulative Award at the Butler NEXT24 annual meeting earlier this year. A Butler Builder since 1997, Cincinnati Commercial Contracting is a Design Build General Contractor that serves customers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

Butler Metal Building Projects

Some of the Butler metal building projects that CCC currently has underway include a 23,000 SF office, service and parts warehouse for TLG Peterbilt in Jeffersonville, IN. This is CCC’s fifth building project with The Larson Group to date. Other projects include a 21,750 SF Two-story addition project for MVCA high school and a 20,000 SF storage building addition for Caesar Creek Flea Market. CCC is currently on schedule to break ground on a 60,000 SF building project for Bulk Terminals situated across from Longworth Hall in Cincinnati, OH later this summer.

“This award is truly a result of team effort. Everyone at CCC is instrumental in obtaining this award as well as our customers. We are dedicated to staying at the forefront of the commercial construction industry, embracing emerging technologies, and contributing to our client’s expectations. Our primary focus continues to remain on becoming an undisputed leader in the commercial construction and real estate development industry. Our goal is to have the happiest clients,” says Jason Manni, Principal of CCC.Jason Manni, Principal of CCC.

Learn more about CCC Metal Buildings and Reroof projects here.

Why CCC Installs The MR-24 Roofing System

7 Reasons Why The MR 24 Roof Is The Best System

Whether you are building new or re-roofing, repairing or replacing your current roof, Butler MR 24 roof systems are flexible enough to fit your building’s needs. Here are 7 great reasons you should learn more about the MR 24 roofing system.

#1: Longevity

Butler Standing Seam Roofs have been in place for over a quarter of a century. Recent surveys confirm that these roofs can withstand decades of harsh sun rays, heavy rains, snow, ice and extreme temperatures without requiring any major maintenance, much less replacement. Twenty-year-old surveyed roofs were projected to last well into the future. What other roof can boast of low-maintenance, weather-tight performance?

    #2: Flexibility

    Whether you are building new or re-roofing, Butler systems can fit your needs. That includes everything from flat roofs to a variety of slopes — even steep-pitched roofs. CCC has re-roofed buildings with complex roof geometry, as well as multiple buildings connected together into a single complex. Also, by adding pitch with Butler’s fully engineered structural slope build-up system, our standing seam roofs can be installed directly over many existing flat roofs. In fact, most roofs can be retrofitted without interruption to daily business operations.

    #3: Durability

    Butler roof systems are engineered to last. Constantly changing temperatures cause a roof to expand and contract thousands of times each year. While this action can rack and pull apart many ordinary roofs, Butler roof systems are specifically engineered to allow for this natural thermal movement and provide long-term weather-tight performance. Wind and weather are no match for a Butler roof system.

    #4: Affordability

    Many people are surprised to discover that the Butler long-term solution is comparable in price to many short-term fixes.

    Your savings are magnified when you consider the improved energy efficiency that comes with the addition of new insulation. You can also save the cost of removal and disposal of existing roof materials by installing a new slope build-up roof system right over an old roof. Life-cycle cost comparisons prove that a Butler roof — whether it’s a new roof or a retrofitted re-roof — is extremely cost effective.

    #5: Complete System Design

    Your roof is only as good as its weakest detail or component. With Butler Roof Systems, every aspect of your roof — from ridge to eaves, trims and flashings, interior or exterior drainage, roof openings and accessories — has been designed to work in unison to form a total system that provides an overall protective shield.

    #6: Aesthetics

    A new roof can dramatically change the appearance of a building. Butler can add color, provide a mansard, or change a roof pitch and give your entire building a facelift. With Butler, you’ll find beauty and performance combined, thanks to precise engineering and professional installation.

    #7: Reliability

    The worldwide leader in metal roof systems, Butler Manufacturing introduced the modern standing seam roof in 1969. Since that time, the MR-24 roof system has been installed on well over two billion square feet of buildings all over the world. It is specified more than any other standing seam roof, according to a U.S. Steel survey of construction specifiers and Architectural Record magazine readership.

    Learn more here.

    Elevate / Renovate / Transform

    photo of before and after at Fry Steel

    CCC has a Special Projects division that covers renovations, facility improvement and retrofit work: we take old buildings and Elevate / Renovate / Transform. We had the pleasure of working with Fry Steel recently to undertake a building transformation project. 

    Based in Santa Fe Springs, California the customer decided to open a location in Ohio. They purchased an older, out of date facility that they wanted to make new. CCC worked to complete approximately 6,000 SF of interior renovations. These include new office, training room, shipping and receiving areas, along with locker and breakroom. CCC found a local interior designer to work with the customer in order to provide state-of-the-art, upscale finishes. Building exterior renovations are also complete. This includes paint, gutters and paving work. New garage doors, windows, lighting, signage and landscape.   

    Justin Platt, Principal, heads up our Special Projects division working closely with Phil Beatty, who manages all of the work . Both Justin and Phil bring exceptional client service and construction skills to every job. CCC understands that renovating while you are open for business is challenging, and we know how to do it. We would love to be a part of your team as you grow. 

    Learn more about special projects here, and see more of CCC’s work here.

    Epic Flight Academy Is Completed

    New Flight Academy Is Open

    CCC began building the Epic Flight Academy with a groundbreaking event on April 17, 2023. One year later, the facility is complete and the first group of students were welcomed. Located at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, the academy will allow the number of people working in the area to consistently grow. The academy will give about 300 students the opportunity to become certified aircraft mechanics through it’s 18 month program.

    The 32,000 SF academy includes 15,000 SF of shop space and training area, and 17,000 SF of classrooms, finished office space, restrooms and lunchroom. The facility is a Butler® pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) with a MR-24 metal roof. Cincinnati Commercial Contracting is a Butler Career Builder® which gives us direct access to all of Butler Manufacturing’s premier PEMB and conventional building systems, but also a dedicated team of engineers who closely collaborate with us on every detail in the design of your building.

    Learn about metal buildings here, and see more of CCC’s PEMB projects here.

    Read more about Epic Flight Academy here.

    New Italvibras USA Facility

    Butler® PEMB Building

    CCC completed the new 30,000 SF Italvibras facility, a Pre-engineered Metal Building (PEMB) located in Hebron, Kentucky. The MR-24 roof is also a Butler® product, and we believe it is the best metal roof available. The interior walls are a combination of masonry block and standard shadowall metal panels. There are 3,120 SF of finished space inside the facility that includes conference, storage and shop room areas plus private offices and a breakroom.

    The facility will manufacture and distribute industrial vibration systems. Italvibras USA is a division of Italvibras, and Italian manufacturing company, with facilities in six countries. The nearly 27,000 SF warehouse space includes four docks.

    Industrial Facility Construction

    CCC has over 40 years of experience in constructing spaces for industrial facilities and warehouse spaces. These can be complex buildings that need both pleasing interior offices and customer spaces as well as warehouses where products are manufactured. Multiple docks, cranes and distribution systems and add up to many moving parts. In order to ensure the success of every project, we know that communication is critical. From the first client meeting to the final walkthrough you will receive constant and valuable communication from CCC.

    See more projects here.

    Butler® Reroof

    CCC + MR-24 Roof System

    CCC installs the Butler® metal roofing system on all projects requiring a metal roof. We’ve tried others but they just never made the grade. Our clients want a roof that will stand the test of time, and that’s the M-24 roof system.

    From metal buildings to metal-over-metal reroof solutions, CCC is proud to be your local single-source provider for Butler® Manufacturing Company, the nation’s oldest and largest manufacturer of pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) systems.

    Reroof With No Downtime

    If your current metal roof is failing, CCC can install the MR-24 reroof system over your existing roof, with no downtime for your business. That’s what we did for David Brinkman at Frank’s Heavy Collision, who said they had “absolutely no problems.” You can hear his interview here. Check out more metal roof and building projects here.