United Excel Takes New Direction, Launches as StructSure Projects

May 9, 2019

StructSure Projects (a national general contractor, formerly known as United Excel Corporation), launched today. StructSure Projects will continue to broaden its market presence with a focus on the Kansas City area. This new market concentration is in response to the company’s growing Kansas City client base and aims to fill the demand for building better healthcare, office and other diverse spaces. 

The local market launch will be led by StructSure Projects’ President, Dennis Burns. “Establishing a local market presence is part of our long-term growth strategy. We no longer want to be a ‘well-kept secret’ in the industry,” said Burns. “We’ve hit the ground running and have already gained positive momentum with our partners and clients in Kansas City.”

“Our team is ready to put its expertise and drive for excellence to work in their own backyard,” said Kevin Rogers, StructSure Projects Owner and CEO. “StructSure Projects is motivated to perform at the highest level by offering certainty in quality of work and schedule.”

 

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