A Shockey project, no matter the market sector, is built well — to last for decades.

Our Civic + Cultural portfolio includes community centers, museums, and arenas where people can convene and connect. We thrive on working with municipal and cultural clients to deliver well-planned, award-winning spaces that make it easier for people of all ages to live, work, shop, and play — and we make the best of every tax dollar spent.

Shockey builds all types of facilities for the Criminal Justice market, from police training complexes and courthouses to juvenile detention centers and maximum security prisons. With decades of correctional construction experience, we understand the critical importance of security, inmate management/transfer, and facility efficiency and functionality. And our commitment doesn’t stop after your project is completed. Shockey will be here to support you for the life cycle of your facility.

As budgets tighten, Historic Renovation and additions are becoming viable solutions for many construction projects. Shockey often focuses on performing upgrades that improve the long-term sustainability of existing buildings. Our team has wide and varied experience with the historic tax credit process and adaptive reuse. We strive to maintain and protect the integrity and character of historical structures while also solving the challenging issues presented by structural aging. Our experts understand how to seamlessly blend craftsmanship and quality construction with today’s ever-changing technology.

Over the years, Shockey has also been actively involved behind the scenes in advancing the goals of many Faith-based organizations, by consulting with individuals and groups engaged in building and expansion endeavors. We have a clear understanding of budget, scope, and scheduling issues that may concern you, and we work directly with your decision makers to provide assistance and guidance. The results are inspirational works, designed and built to the highest professional standards.

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