Nationwide Construction Group, previously known as Nationwide Fence & Supply Co, is now in its 37th year of operations and has a developed a strong reputation for providing its customers with a quality project. Routinely, Nationwide performs over 200 projects annually with contract values ranging between $2,000 and $6,000,000. Project scope varies widely but Nationwide can effectively perform scheduled and emergency repairs/high priority work at commercial and industrial facilities, airports, prisons and on the highways. Nationwide is particularly in tune and in compliance with the strict security and operating regulations critical to operations at all facilities having performed thousands of projects at such facilities for decades.
Founded in 1979 in Chesterfield, Michigan, Nationwide Construction Group also known as Nationwide Fence & Supply has expanded its operations to become one of the premier fence and guardrail contractors in the industry. Nationwide, with headquarters in Macomb County, Michigan installs in the Metro Detroit area, statewide and nationwide. It’s steady growth, financial strength, reputation for quality, timeliness, and professional experience have all contributed to the company’s success as a driving force and recognized leader in the construction industry.
Nationwide’s crews specialize in perimeter security fencing and access control systems, guardrail and cable guardrail systems, highway signs, and civil and pre-engineered metal buildings. Nationwide’s current clientele include the Federal Government, numerous state departments of transportation, county road commissions, airport operating boards, municipalities, school districts, utilities, automotive manufacturers, construction managers, and general contractors.
With over twenty fully-equipped and professional crews, Nationwide is prepared to complete your project in a timely and efficient manner. Nationwide is fully insured with a bonding capacity of $30 million, and is pre-qualified in 23 states to satisfy even the most strict contractor requirements.