Randy Gardner started in the heavy construction industry in 1982 as a laborer for the Bridge Construction Corporation on
the I-395 Main Street overpass in Bangor, Maine. Within 2 years he was awarded several promotions, ultimately becoming a
general foreman with several crews working under his supervision throughout his 10 years of employment with Bridge
Construction, building bridges and dams throughout New England.
In 1992, Gardner was offered a job as a construction superintendent with a local utility contractor in the Bangor area,
where he continued his career in construction until 1999, when he took a position as Production Manager for Force Manufacturing,
a manufacturer of equipment and utility trailers in Bangor.
Finally, in 2002, after deciding that working at a desk was not for him, Gardner went out on his own, primarily as a
construction management firm, and has since grown his company into a firm that handles most aspects of the business
in-house using GCE's own skilled workforce of 20 fulltime employees including his wife Laura, and daughter Nicole,
along with 15 seasonal employees.
The future looks bright for GCE as even in this tough economy GCE continues to expand with our long list of loyal customers.