We are knowledgeable and collaborative — working together to deliver the best possible solution for our clients. We value diversity of thought — as well as background — to enhance our problem-solving abilities. (See our careers page to learn how you can become part of our team.) As a company, we invest time, talent, and treasure in programs that work to expand the construction talent pipeline so our industry will attract even more diverse perspectives.
At the end of the day, we live and work in the communities we serve. Our goal is to create environments that provide opportunity while ensuring quality, building trust and fostering relationships — both for our clients and our team.
At Regency, we lead our projects with integrity and build working environments where all partners feel valued and respected.
Who We Are
Regency Construction Services, Inc. began when our entrepreneurial founder turned a closed door into an opportunity.
Our Company Culture
In the nearly three decades since our founding, Regency has completed hundreds of projects for public and private clients across Ohio. With offices in Brook Park and Columbus, the company continues its focus on quality and building trust. We pride ourselves on the positive relationships we have with our clients, project partners, and within our communities.
Staying True to Our Roots
Regency employs individuals with integrity, who show leadership, and who are committed to the success of the project team. What started as a three-person firm has grown to a team made up of a diverse group of 80 project professionals, carpenters, and laborers.
Keys To Success
Regency is also one of the few construction management firms that maintains a full-time estimating and scheduling staff proficient in all disciplines of work. Keeping projects on time and on budget is a key ingredient to success, and the experience they bring is second to none.
Tari Rivera started her career as a project engineer with an established construction company. For 12 years, Tari learned the ropes from talented construction managers and had great opportunities to affect change with new buildings in communities across the state of Ohio.