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“Angler’s personnel offered superb customer service and worked diligently to make sure the project stayed within budget parameters and on schedule. We look forward to working with them again on upcoming projects.”

Craig Anderson

General Manager, Energy Products Division, Parker Hannifin Corporation



At Angler, we utilize our experience to review utility infrastructure to make sure your facility is designed and located for the most effective solution. We inspect your site or building to review the existing conditions and provide reliable advice on current costs and development options. This process allows our clients to make the best possible decisions regarding site selection.


Angler’s experienced project managers provide accurate estimates throughout the preconstruction phase. Due to their decades of experience, we are able to quickly pinpoint the exact areas of possible cost reductions during the early stages of design. Working with Angler in the preconstruction phase prevents our clients from facing unforeseen costs.


Our comprehensive review of project documents identifies the proper sequencing and duration of activities. We test our schedules with our specialty subcontractors during this process. Angler creates a reliable master schedule which incorporates design, permitting, bidding, submittals, phasing, logistics, long-lead items and owner-supplied FF&E. This schedule is used to manage the project through completion.


Angler works with a reliable group of pre-qualified subcontractors who have completed work with us on a multitude of projects. We are always searching for qualified subcontractors to assure we continue to provide the most competitive pricing available. Our subcontractors are important to us and are a key to providing quality and competitive services.


Through Angler’s years of construction experience we have developed strong relationships with the local permitting authorities. We work diligently with our clients to best approach the permitting process and reduce the overall permitting impact.