Denark Construction is a full-service general contractor, design-builder, and construction manager, based in Knoxville, Tennessee – with over $1.3 billion in public, institutional, commercial, and industrial contracts since its launch in 1985.
In my years of professional experience, which has included projects across the country working with nearly every national construction management firm, I have never worked with a better team. What struck me most about your team during the construction process was the way they managed costs, communicated to the design team, worked collectively to address onsite design issues, and judiciously managed the construction contracts and project contingency. I cannot recall a project site that was cleaner or more organized. I would have to say that the level of construction quality is the best that I have ever seen. The value of your team makes our jobs as architects easier, and I believe having Denark on any project virtually assures success!”- Bob Gesing, AIA, Trinity Health Group
Denark served me in getting our Infiniti dealership in Chattanooga, open ahead of time, within or below our budget (due to changes no one anticipated) and in its "as expected" exceptional quality of finish. This is not our first rodeo together, and it confirmed and clarified to me as to why I asked a Knoxville based contractor to do our work in Chattanooga. When the going got tough, Denark got going and notwithstanding the wonderful companies in the Chattanooga market, I had no relationship that covered me as your company did!"- Sam Furrow, Knoxville Motor Company
Denark has provided excellent construction management services regarding safety, budget, quality, and schedule. Renovations are seldom easy, and I appreciate especially Denark’s efforts to locate areas of cost savings. The $194,711 of refunded contingency was the largest refund from a CM project since TBR has been doing such projects. This sort of thing takes a lot of effort on all the parties involved, but it speaks volumes for the honesty and diligence of the contractor. Speaking for the Owner, I thank you.”- Earl Bogle, Construction Representative, Tennessee Board of Regents