Interface Construction Corporation (ICC), a leading minority-owned general contracting and construction management firm in the St. Louis community is celebrating 40 years of business. From its 1978 inception as a concrete flatwork subcontractor in the St. Louis Metro East area, Interface has persevered through a number of transformations and a relocation to St. Louis. Just a decade after founder, Sam Hutchinson, opened the doors at Interface, he expanded the company from a subcontractor to a thriving full service construction management operation, which has won many awards and honorable distinctions along the way, including the recognition as one of the top 25 small businesses in the St. Louis area by St. Louis University’s School of Entrepreneurial Studies. With more than ninety employees today, Interface’s vitals are stronger than ever with steady growth in the number of clients and employees while sustaining a safety program above industry standards.
“Recognizing milestone anniversaries gives us the opportunity to promote our greatest successes—our clients and employees,” said Sam Hutchinson. The Executive Leadership Team and Hutchinson attribute their standing reputation to two key pillars revered by all ICC employees: truth and quality. The company slogan stresses ICC’s commitment to excellence by reminding others about the importance of meeting clients’ needs with full transparency and satisfaction “one day at a time”.
“The future of Interface is very promising, and it will continue, as it always has, to focus everyday on providing our current and new customers with the best services and safety for their success,” ICC President, Becky Spurgeon said.