Get Your Projects Moving.

From equipment rigging to installation, managed construction and selective demolition, we have the experience and know-how to see you though every step of the construction lifecycle. Whether you’re consolidating, relocating or starting from scratch, rely on us to get the job done on time and in budget.

Rigging Services

  • Machinery Moving/Plant relocation
  • Controls/Robotics
  • Conveyors
  • CNC Machines
  • Tanks
  • Presses
  • Injection Molding Equipment
  • Medical Equipment
  • Electrical
  • Controls and Automation
  • Mechanical/Piping

Plant Services

  • 24-hour Emergency Response
  • Architectural/Mechanical/Electrical Building Repairs
  • On-site Project Management and Temporary Staffing
  • Interiors
  • Construction Management
  • Concrete/Civil
  • Selective Demolition
  • Steel Fabrication and Erection

Equipment & Fleet Services

  • Lift Trucks – Available from 3-40 ton capabilities
  • Broderson Cranes – Available from 8-15 ton capabilities
  • Lift Systems – Available Gantry; 200, 400 & 800 ton. Die Cart; 150 ton capability. Dollies; 18’
  • Jacking System; 100 ton capability
  • Also Available – Pickup Trucks, Carsh Carts, Manbaskets, Semi-Tractor/Trailers & More!

Timeline

  • General Motors converts 100% of its automobile production to the war effort. Commercial Carriers Corporation forms Commercial Contracting Corporation to remove car manufacturing equipment primarily at Buick in Flint, Michigan.

  • Commercial Contracting Corporation (CCC) was sold off as a division of Commercial Carriers Corporation, purchased and incorporated in January 1946 by Don Beveridge (60%) and William H. Pettibone (40%).

  • William H. Pettibone buys out Don Beveridge’s 60% to become sole owner of CCC.

  • CCC expands into North America by entering into Mexico to perform the installation of equipment at the GM Saltillo Engine Plant and by opening Canadian Commercial Contracting to handle installations in Canada.

  • CCC forms Commercial Contracting de Mexico with the main office in Chihuahua, Mexico.

  • CCC purchased Pulte construction on April 1.

  • CCC moves into Auburn Hills, Michigan building on April 1.

  • Commercial Contracting de Mexico opens permanent Mexico HQ in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.

  • William H. Pettibone and Damon V. Tooles open Tooles Contracting Group, LLC, an MBE certified general contractor.

  • CCC enters baggage handling installation services at Hartsfield International Airport.

  • CCC enter facility management services with Chrysler Regional Construction Management (RCM) program in Michigan and Ohio.

  • Commercial Contracting Group revenue exceeds $250 million for calendar year