• Over 100 commercial projects
  • Loyal and long-term client relationships
  • Successful utilization of target (early completion) schedules


From small businesses to large corporations, from alterations to new builds and renovations, Thomas & Marker’s focus is always on the client’s vision, as it should be. By asking the right questions and getting to know the heart of each client’s business, we are better prepared to understand how to best serve their needs. Their successes are just as important as our own; therefore we will tailor our project logistics and phasing to accommodate our clients and their customers. 


  • Corporate offices
  • Restaurants
  • Retail stores
  • Automotive dealerships
  • Financial institutions
  • Parking garages

Our commercial clients include:

  • Cardinal Health
  • GAP, Inc.
  • Honda Marysville
  • Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
  • Huntington National Bank
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • JP Industries
  • Kings Automall
  • Nationwide Realty Investors
  • Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers
  • The Kroger Company
  • Union Rural Electric Cooperative
  • Wal-Mart


“We appreciated Thomas & Marker’s commitment to our vision throughout every step of the construction process. We felt our opinions were truly valued. Their team was engaged, respectful, and eager to see us satisfied with our new facility. These are qualities that make us want to do business with them again and again.”
Mike Shuster, Liberty National Bank
“Thomas & Marker was brought on board to not only construct our facility, but to do so in such a way that would be consistent with our philosophy and the overall environmental goals of the project… The Thomas & Marker project team worked hard to keep things on track… they respected the process and responded positively to the unique challenges.”
Brad Gibson, Union Rural Electric (URE) – Corporate Headquarters
“Your coordination and direction of the project were outstanding. You can be certain that Thomas & Marker will be on top of our list for any future design and construction needs.”
Stan Smith, JP Industries – Divisional Office