WE HAVE A PHILOSOPHY OF MUTUAL RESPECT AND
A COMMITMENT TO EXCEEDING CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS.
Growing up in rural North Texas, HGL’s founder and president, Mr. Hollis G. Lloyd, supported his family by working small construction projects around the neighborhood and the city. After a full military career served in the United States Air Force as a Master Sargent, Mr. Lloyd retired from Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Oklahoma, and started his entrepreneurial career. In 1994, Mr. Lloyd went back to his roots and formed HGL Construction, Inc., which began as a residential general contractor building affordable housing in Midwest City, OK. As a small, local and family-owned business, HGL’s mission was to provide high-quality craftsmanship at affordable prices to low-income minority neighborhoods who were under-served and overlooked by traditional general contractors. As HGL’s marketplace grew, we didn’t lose touch with these basic fundamental principles: high quality, exceptional customer service, and competitive pricing.
Over the past quarter of a century, HGL has expanded our experience and capability portfolio. From the first project, a $6,540 rehabilitation project on a house damaged by severe weather in Midwest City, HGL has grown and gained the technical knowledge, bonding capacity, personal experience, and company expertise to routinely complete complex new construction, renovation, horizontal/heavy-civil, industrial, commercial and infrastructure/utility projects valued up to $20,000,000 for federal and Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Department of the Air Force, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), and Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as numerous other state and local municipalities such as City of Midwest City, City of Del City, and City of Oklahoma City, and educational organizations such as University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Community College. HGL’s reach has grown as well, from Midwest City, Oklahoma, to proven, successful project execution from Arizona to Arkansas, and Missouri and Kansas to Houston, Texas, and many areas in between.