Commercial & Institutional
To see our commercial and institutional prowess, one doesn’t need to look much further than our historic headquarters where we fully renovated the 100 year-old, 27,000 square-foot Ford Club. In fact, our office allows visitors to see firsthand the knowledge and experience we’ve gained over the years. From small renovations/upgrades, all the way to new builds from the ground up, our focus of work include these areas:
We have executed projects in a variety of institutional settings including day cares, k-12 schools, colleges/universities, and dormitories. While other design build contractors have to subcontract out some of their work, IPS has self-perform capabilities in almost every trade from foundations to roof-top units and everything in between.
The commercial industry is fast-paced, very dynamic, and vital to a thriving economy. IPS understands that your business has special needs and expectations because each company/brand is unique and always evolving. We are committed to diving into these individual needs, matching them with our best-in-class construction team, ensuring an on-time and on-budget project delivery.
Even in an existing building, we have advanced BIM Design & Coordination technology to flawlessly merge any existing space or system with a value-added upgrade, rebuild, or addition. IPS is determined to turn your conception into a reality – all with minimal impact to your continuing operations.
After construction, for the life of your building, the IPS Service Group is available 24/7 365 for preventative maintenance, routine repairs, and even emergency services. Our technicians receive continuous industry training on new equipment and software as well as OSHA certified safety training.
Pro-Tec – Administration Building
Administration Building Pro-Tec – Leipsic, Ohio IPS was chosen as the design-build contractor for the new 9,061 square-foot administration building.
IPS – Office Renovations
Office Renovations Industrial Power Systems (IPS) – Rossford, Ohio The former Ford Club in downtown Rossford is once again alive