As a New Hampshire-based full-service general contractor, Bristol Construction serves commercial and residential clients throughout New England.
Owner Tim Bristol honed his skills and business acumen while working in his father’s successful construction firm, which specialized in metal framing and drywall installation. Tim built upon the family tradition by assembling a hand-picked team of construction specialists to deliver full-service solutions and the single-source experience that he knew clients desired and valued.
Tim holds an Unrestricted Massachusetts Builders License, and has developed a respectable portfolio of commercial and residential projects throughout New England. Tim and his team’s personal approach to construction management is refreshing, efficient and cost-effective.
Our Philosophy is Partnership
Our mission is to reduce stress – for our clients and our team – by building exceptional value into each project. Our philosophy is to partner with each client to understand their goals and deliver well-planned, quality construction services – on-time, safely and at a fair price.
We constantly strive to serve you and your employees or family with integrity, and we value your business as a community neighbor.
Quality from Concept to Completion
Before starting any project, we host a pre-construction consultation to determine the most straightforward approach and appropriate services for your project’s unique goals and schedule.
As a company, we believe that investing in our team’s safety and helping each member to reach his or her full potential creates leaders who will treat your business or residence as if it were their own. Our team consistently participates in safety awareness training, and is proud of our outstanding safety record.
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