Here are the Top 10 construction companies in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2020 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business? To make your vote count in the 2021 edition of Ranking Arizona, click here to vote.
Here are the Top 10 construction companies in Arizona, as featured in the 2020 edition of Ranking Arizona:
Background: Founded by Gary Haydon in 1991, Haydon Building Corp began as a commercial building general contractor. In 1998, Gary saw an opportunity to diversify Haydon’s services and added a Heavy Civil Division to the company. In 2006, responding to market conditions that made landscaping services difficult to procure, Haydon added Earthscapes, a full-service landscaping company that is a wholly-owned subsidiary. The cornerstone philosophy of Haydon is to build long-lasting relationships with their clients by providing the best possible service, value, and experience. With three full-service divisions, Haydon is uniquely positioned to provide their clients with that service, value, and experience by providing comprehensive, in-house expertise in all major areas of commercial construction. As Haydon moves through a second generation leadership transition, they are excited for the strategic vision and growth minded focus of legacy leader, Katie Haydon Perry.
Strengths: “Haydon’s focus is on value creation. Whether it is with their clients, design or trade partners, Haydon strives to build strong relationships. They pride themselves on really taking the time to understand the needs and desires of their clients and industry partners so they can ensure they are providing the best possible service in all areas of the projects in which they are involved. It is Haydon’s goal to provide all the resources and technological capabilities of a large firm while still maintaining the flexibility and personal service one would expect from a much smaller firm.”