Last updated on May 21st, 2024 at 03:21 am

Colorado’s second-largest city, Colorado Springs has a thriving community set against the most beautiful mountain range in the world. With a vibrant dining and arts scene, this city is an ideal spot for business owners to develop thriving companies. On this list of the best commercial contractors in Colorado Springs, you’ll find the highly-qualified professionals who pay attention to crafting these attractive business sites. 

In a business where a client’s needs come as a top priority, the firms presented are ones who center their work on client needs and expectations. The surrounding views and Colorado Springs’ vibrant history are also studied to provide impressive, aesthetically pleasing features. 

Wells & West General Contractors

3509 North Prospect Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

From minor repairs to multi-million dollar projects, Wells & West General Contractors is a constantly growing company that has become one of the area’s top-tier contractors. For 24 years, this firm has been providing various services including historic renovations, ground-up construction, remodels, and tenant improvements. Among its many projects, its most notable might be the Lymer Vision Remodel. Complete with office and exam spaces, it has carefully selected finishes that mix well with the thoughtful architecture that blends function with striking aesthetics. 

Colarelli Construction, Inc.

111 South Tejon Street, Ste. #112, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Colarelli Construction is a firm composed of highly skilled individuals that excel in customer services. With this team, the firm has become a well-known commercial contractor that also works as a construction manager, a design-builder, and a development partner. So far, the firm’s multi-disciplinary skills have built healthcare facilities, religious venues, office spaces, industrial warehouses, art and entertainment venues, and several other project types. It also has three different divisions—Pregio homes for the residential projects, Structural Concrete Enterprises (SCE) for concrete services, and the Civil Division in Texas.  

Art C. Klein Construction

3370 Chelton Loop S, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Established in 1972, Art C. Klein Construction is one of the state’s largest construction firms. In 1981, it also founded an architectural division—an independent division that provides design services while working along the Front Range. With years of experience, the firm has forged strong relationships with colleagues. It plays an active role in the community as a contractor and a member of several non-profit organizations. Over time, the firm’s relationship with the community has brought it several commercial clients and led to projects like the Garden of the Gods Club. A 90,000-square-foot clubhouse, it has a fitness club, a recreation center, and 57 luxury guest accommodations. With projects like this, the firm won two of the Partnership for Community Design Awards. 

Elder Construction

4870 Centennial Boulevard Ste. #100, Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Elder Construction focuses on creating exceptional client experiences. Since 1994, this small firm has been known for working with several commercial projects in the Windsor and Colorado Springs areas. By highlighting client collaboration, it has become one of the industry’s giants and it brings in plenty of meaningful work to the Colorado community. The firm has been featured in ENR as one of the Mountain States ’ top Professionals. Among its various projects, Trapper’s Rendezvous is designed with the inspiring Rocky Mountain history in mind. 

Nunn Construction

925 Elkton Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Nunn Construction is a construction management and general contracting firm with 38 years of industry experience. People have been familiar with its commercial projects spanning the non-profit, healthcare, educational, and municipal projects that have become features for its reputation as an award-winning firm. The Winslow BMW Dealership is a great example of a prominent structure with a modern design. In 38,700 square feet, the project provides the wider spaces that make the showroom and its assets highly visible through natural daylight from three exposures and energy-efficient LED lighting. With high-end finishes and beautiful views of Pikes Peak and a Backdrop of Pulpit Rock, it is the first BMW prototype “Future Retail” design in the country.