Partners for Success

Mosser Construction recognizes that successful projects are the result of teamwork based on mutual respect and commitment.  We truly respect the relationships we build with our clients and business partners; the architects, engineers, subcontractors, suppliers, and other stakeholders who work so closely with us.

Partners for Success is not a fad or the latest business practice–it has been the Mosser way to do business since 1948; leadership turning potentially adversarial business relationships into mutual respect and teamwork that goes the extra mile for not only good of the project, but also the stakeholders.  When all involved have the same commitment to success, our clients are the real winners.

Award Winning Approach

Throughout the years, Mosser Construction has integrated the beneficial aspects of partnering in everything we do.  The result has been more than a dozen awards for construction excellence from leading local, state, and national trade organizations.

We were the first Ohio contractor to win the Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Award from the AGC of America, and we have won two Don Conaway Partnering Awards for exceptional partnering achievements from the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Ohio Contractors Association, as well as the John L. Martin Partnered Project of the Year Award, Ruby Level, from the International Partnering Institute (IPI). Read more about Mosser Construction awards.


  • UT Simulation Center - Atrium


    UT Simulation Center
  • Higher Education

    BGSU University Hall Renovation
  • battery plant expansion

    Industrial Manufacturing/Warehouse Facilities

    battery plant expansion
  • Toledo Bay View Treatment Plant

    Water Treatment

    Toledo Bay View Treatment Plant
  • The Huntington Center


    the Huntington Center
  • Renovation

    Sandusky County Courthouse
  • Office Buildings

    Fifth Third Bank
  • Highway Projects

  • Retail

    Rave Cinema
  • Training Centers

    Penta Career Center
  • LEED Certified Projects

  • PK-12 Education

    New Lorain High School

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