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Local company set for name change

Team Radio Marketing Group - May 25, 2017 3:47 pm

Randy, Paul and Ross Kyler, owners of Sooner Construction Company announce that the company will be changing its corporate name to Kyler Construction Group effective June 1.

Randy Kyler explained that the new name would reflect the evolving focus and scope of the company, adding, “Our name change represents our broader work area, our growth in the Construction Management market and our transition into the second generation of leadership.”

A lot has changed in the world of construction since the inception of Sooner Construction Company almost 40 years ago. Sooner Construction Company was established in 1978 and originally named Sooner Acoustical Inc. As Sooner Acoustical, the company specialized in drywall and acoustical ceilings.

Sooner Construction Company evolved into a general contracting construction company working primarily in commercial building and remodeling. The firm became a general contractor in 1985.

In 1999, Sooner Construction Company entered into its second generation of ownership and has continued to increase its presence as a competitive-bid and construction management firm.

While a majority of the company’s market is in north central Oklahoma, projects take them to Kansas and Texas. Some project types that Sooner has been known to specialize in include: education, healthcare, laboratory, industrial, retail, religious, office and public use facilities.

There has been no change in the overall organizational structure; the Kylers will continue to provide the same services which have built their brand in the industry.

“I think the name and logo update are good ways to show how the company has developed,” commented Ryan McIntosh, “We will still strive to provide quality services as always – It will just take a little getting used to answering the phone.”

 

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