We like to think its how we build our homes. From site selection and planning to design and construction, inside and out, the goal is the same. That goal is to build a comfortable, healthy, and efficient home, ensuring lasting value and superior quality.
Hardwick G.C. can build new homes or renovate and add-on to existing ones. We can build completely “Green” or integrate any level of energy saving, durability, and indoor air quality elements into a project based on existing conditions and/or budget.
Either way our commitment to quality will inevitably improve your quality of life.
Greg Hardwick, P.E., President and owner of Hardwick G.C. has been in the multi-million dollar construction business for over 15-years. His experience includes large custom homes, whole house renovations and additions, smaller remodeling (kitchens, baths, master suites), and large commercial/industrial projects. Over the last 5-years Greg has worked on custom homes and renovations totaling more than $12 million.
Since Greg was a teenager, he began designing homes, and dreaming of someday building with a little more environmental consciousness. In college he studied both civil engineering and architecture. After receiving his engineering degree, Greg started his construction and engineering career as a project manger overseeing large utility projects for a fortune 250 company. He quickly began to oversee multi-million dollar projects for high profile clients throughout Florida.
While working with large electric utility companies he experienced real world examples how people’s demand on the energy system can create multiple environmental impacts to the air (pollution), land (power plants, high-voltage lines and electrical equipment), and water (cooling and run-off). It is the lack of sensible building principles in a lot of ways that create the need for new power plants, high-voltage power lines, and substations. So to help curtail demand, he revisited one of his passions: Building sustainable and energy efficient homes. A recent constructed home actually improved energy efficiency by over 30%.