Jack Rouse, Founding Member / Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority, 3CDC, and MHRC

Having worked with Terrex and with development and construction professionals throughout Cincinnati and around the world, I can unequivocally state that Terrex embodies the very best in client services: professional, collaborative, honest, positive, pleasant.  It helps too that they are totally solution oriented, keeping the hopes and dreams of the client clearly in focus.

Amanda & Cristian Pietoso, Owners / Americano Burger Bar

Terrex was excellent at working within our budget and time constraints for the build-out of our new restaurant, Americano Burger Bar. They were a pleasure to work with… always very responsive and timely with information to help us make the best decisions for our project.

Kim Deaton, Managing Director & CEO / The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati

The experience and relationships that Terrex brought to the table allowed us to complete our state of the art facility on time and on budget.  We could not have asked for a better partnership or outcome.

Bernie Suer, Senior Vice President / Messer Construction Co.

Terrex's proven real estate expertise and focus on delivering quality for customers sets them apart and has made for an outstanding partnership for Messer.

Dr. Rob Macrae, Former Head of School / Cincinnati Country Day School

Pete and Matt proved to be excellent partners on our Lower School project. Their experience and knowledge were key in delivering a top-notch building.

Terrex builds largest climbing facility in Ohio

Terrex Construction has been working on a building renovation and expansion for Mosaic Climbing in Loveland, Ohio. The project encompasses approximately 20,000 square feet that includes a new building addition which will provide more than 55 feet of vertical climb area. Read the full stories in both the Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati Enquirer by clicking the links below.

Click here for the article in the Cincinnati Business Courier.

Click here for the article in the Cincinnati Enquirer.