Coral Springs, located in the northwest corner of Broward County, is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, corporate businesses, recreational facilities, and top-rated schools. The best commercial contractors in the area have provided numerous services to these establishments, providing them with significant interior and exterior upgrades. The firms offer major site works as well. By providing major overhauls of properties, the firms  enhance the experience for both guests and workers. This is especially evident in recreational facilities and retail buildings that require updates. 

Because it can be difficult to select the right contractor, this list includes the top six commercial contractors, based on each company’s experience, portfolio, and background.  


Kaufman Lynn Construction

3185 South Congress Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33445

This award-winning construction firm has built projects throughout South Florida for more than 32 years. In Coral Springs, Kaufman Lynn Construction built the iconic 5-story, 68,129 sq. ft. municipal complex and a 4-level, 217,000 sq. ft. parking garage that connects to the 2nd floor by a pedestrian bridge. The $32.8 million project established the city’s new operational hub and features an intricate hybrid structure and a multitude of rooflines at various heights. The city hall is the design focal point with the roof built in the round and topped with a standing seam metal dome. The facility also includes city commission chambers, general offices, data center, meeting rooms, and a citizen services center.

Nearby, Kaufman Lynn Construction also built two fire stations for the City of Coral Springs, and demolished the existing aging facilities. Fire Station #43 and #95 are each 8,000 sq. ft., have three apparatus bays, a commercial grade kitchen, living quarters, and upgraded sitework. To eliminate any reduction in services, a temporary facility was built for Station #95 while construction on the new station was accelerated.

Under the leadership of Michael Kaufman, the commercial construction firm has been recognized with numerous industry awards including ABC Florida East Coast Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards and 2020 Contractor of the Year by ENR Southeast. As CEO, Kaufman has an extensive background in the business, garnering attention from various platforms, such as the Florida Trend Magazine’s Florida 500 list and being named one of the “Ultimate CEOs in South Florida” and a 2020 “Power Leader in Real Estate” by the South Florida Business Journal. What Michael Kaufman started in 1989 with three employees has grown to over 200 employees across Florida and North Carolina.


Bluewater Builders, Inc.

3900 Northwest 126 Ave, Coral Springs, FL 33065

Bluewater Builders, Inc. has been in the business since 1998. Since its establishment, the firm has worked for notable clients such as the Hotel Morrison, Coconut Creek, and Bay Park. The company has also tackled residential projects, furthering its clientele base and portfolio. 

Pictured below is one of the firm’s notable projects: the Hampton Inn Suites. The hotel features a contemporary floor plan that includes blue and beige walls as well as wooden furniture and flooring. Amenities such as a computer room, snacks area, and lobby area provide guests with public spaces. It is noteworthy that Bluewater Builders partnered with Anderson Architecture to complete this project.   


Horizon Retail Construction, Inc.

9999 E. Exploration Ct. Sturtevant, WI 53177

Patrick Christensen is the president of Horizon Retail Construction, Inc. Under his leadership, the company has become a licensed and registered company in all fifty states and has accumulated a client list of notable clients. These clients include Dunkin Donuts, Victoria’s Secret, T-Mobile, Michael Kors, and Best Buy. The firm has tackled retail and restaurant establishments as well as healthcare, hospitality, and financial service projects. 

Pictured below is one of the firm’s commercial projects for one of its well-known clients, LEGO. The firm has worked for LEGO on numerous occasions, completing fifteen projects for them. These projects extend  beyond Florida and across the U.S., establishing Horizon Retail Construction as a reliable commercial contractor.  


Retcom Construction, LLC.

3700 NW 124th Ave #114, Coral Springs, Fl 33065

Jason Asbury is the president of Retcom Construction. Asbury has twenty-nine years of experience in the industry and has led the firm in producing malls, outlet centers, and local strips. Since the firm’s inception, the company has garnered notable clients, such as Hugo Boss, Herman Advertising, and Hank and Harry’s. 

Pictured below is the Coral Springs retail establishment—one of the firm’s most impressive projects. It features a unique exterior design, applying a bevy of color schemes. Pink and beige walls, as well as stone masonry in the corner of the establishment, contribute unique detail. Frequently, the company tackles residential projects involving multifamily developments. 

 


SMG Contractors

100 W Cypress Creek Rd. Suite 940 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Sam Joseph founded SMG Contractors in 2013. Joseph has an extensive background in the business, having worked for various companies such as Areas USA,  Beauchamp Construction, and Kast Construction. Since he received tenure in construction, he has developed design-build solutions and project management strategies that have assisted SMG to complete numerous projects in its eight years of business. 

One of these projects, the Port Everglades, is featured below. The project’s primary focus was to provide the terminal with extra construction support. This included work throughout the property and its interior to achieve the optimal level of security and safety. The project has led to a well-structured terminal with better functionality and safety measures.  

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  • Jake Gustafson

    Jake has served as Senior Editor at General Contractors and brings a wealth of experience rooted in his passion for building. Holding a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University, he actively engaged in industry-related activities, including membership in the Associated General Contractors of America student chapter and participation in the Associated Schools in Construction student competition. Previously, Jake served as a project engineer for a prominent general contractor in Portland, where he played a pivotal role in various aspects of construction projects, from pre-construction to subcontractor management. His expertise extends to working on innovative projects, such as North America's largest CLT commercial building. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Editor at General Contractors, Project Engineer for Portland-based general contractor, Field Engineer for the largest CLT commercial building in North America Education: Oregon State University, Degree in Construction Engineering Management