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  • Construction Companies
    • Adams & Knickle Ltd.
        • Name on construction company warehouse in Season 2 episode 11 Business As Usual.
    • Addyston Pipe and Steel
        • Company that Schweikart mentions to Chuck that he quoted when they were on a co-defense together ten years ago. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Al Di Sarbo & Co.
        • Construction company listed on the Nakatomi Plaza Hotel and Convention Center sign.
    • Almeida Concrete Pumping And Equipment
        • Construction company where Frank is working. (Season 1 episode 3AM)
    • Axis Boulder Engineering
        • Simon Masrani used subsidaries Axis Boulder Engineering and Timack Construction to work on the preparation and planning prior to construction on the island.
    • B&M Electrical Contractors
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Bay Area Development
        • Billboard graffiti on the Invasion world: "They're Coming", "Kromaggs Rule", "The end is here" (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Bayshore Sheet Metal
        • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including Bayshore Sheet Metal (Matthew's hat), Bethel Lighting (Beth's hat) and Electric, Passaic Mini Storage (Lisa's hat_and Rockaway Lumber (Dave's hat). (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • Big Bud Dean Construction
        • Motto: Bringing Every State to a Higher State.
        • Same company where Ben Affleck worked in The Town.
    • Brakeman's Quarry
        • "Harold's eyes didn't waver from Stu's, and they kept their slightly humorous, pleasant light, but Stu had a momentary feeling that Harold's smiling eyes were like sunshine on the water of Brakeman's Quarry back home – the water looked so pleasant, but it went down and down to black depths where the sun had never reached, and four boys had lost their lives in pleasant-looking Brakeman's Quarry over the years."
    • Build Our World
        • Habitat for Humanity type organization where Sayid works. (Season 5 episode The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham)
    • Burns Construction Co.
        • Mr. Burns construction company. "Building a better tomorrow. For him." (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • California Land Development Corp.
        • The name of the company that bought the Overlook Hotel from Horace Derwent that Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Cave Construction Company
        • Fred's main place of employment was a quarry. That quarry had several different names throughout the show: The Slaterock Gravel Company, The Bedrock Gravel Company, The Rockhead Quarry, & Cave Construction Company.
    • Cleveland Development
        • Company that Dan had a meeting with on January 2, 1990, according to an appointment in his daily planner.
    • Cobol Engineering
        • Corporation that hires Cobb to extract Saito's expansion plans.
    • Collins Planning, Inc.
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Colorado Sunshine, Inc.
        • Company that Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Construx Industries
        • LutherCorp hires the construction company Construx Industries to build a new office building called Corporate Plaza in Smallville, on Native American land claimed by the Kawatche tribe. (Season 2 episode Skinwalkers)
        • An out of control truck almost runs over Jonathan, but Bart saves him - and steals his wallet. "A division of LutherCorp" (Season 4 episode Run)
    • Contractor Gfeller Development Company
        • Company listed on the "Melon School of Business Administration" sign.
    • Copper Grand Properties
        • Housing developer sign in front yard of a house in Harding, Arizona during the houses for sale montage.
    • Creekside Foundry
        • Abandoned foundry in Smallville, site of final battle between Clark and Bug Boy. (Season 1 episode Metamorphosis)
    • Dichiro Constuction
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located. Listed as "Dichiro Constuction".
    • Ed Ayer Co.
        • Electrical company listed on the Nakatomi Plaza Hotel and Convention Center sign.
    • Emerson Fencing Company
        • The winner of the Miss Pawnee Beauty Contest receives $600 in gift certificates to Big Archie's Sporting Goods and Emerson Fencing Company. (Season 2 episode Beauty Pageant)
    • Ferenc Builders
        • The construction company truck that Rick and Glenn take to get the other survivors out of Atlanta. Ferenc is Frank Darabont's given first name.
    • Four Sons Construction
        • Company that built Dunlop Plaza, the building in Los Angeles where Jack Bauer goes to assist CTU administrative Director Richard Walsh when he is under attack. (Season 1 episode 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM)
    • Frank's Asphalt and Concrete Paving Company
        • Cartoon: Pillsbury Doughboy running from man driving steamroller.. caption: The Pillsbury Doughboy meets Frank's Asphalt and Concrete Paving Company.
    • General Forge And Foundry Company
        • He was treated in a veterans' hospital near Lake Placid, and was given shock treatments and released. He married his fiancée, finished his education, and was set up in business in Ilium by his father-in-law. Ilium is a particularly good city for optometrists because the General Forge and Foundry Company is there. Every employee is required to own a pair of safety glasses, and to wear them in areas where manufacturing is going on. GF&F has sixty-eight thousand employees in Ilium. That calls for a lot of lenses and a lot of frames.
    • Gfeller Construction
        • Construction company listed on the Nakatomi Plaza Hotel and Convention Center sign.
    • Hansen Construction
        • Construction company listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Harlow, Whitney & Fields
        • Boston engineering firm listed on the plans that Hammond sends to Dr. Grant in Snakewater.
    • Harvey & John's Construction and Engineering
        • Company Harvey comes up with in Crichton's head. Crichton prefers "John & Harvey's". "Coming this year Wormhole Weapon to the Stars" (The Peacekeeper Wars)

    • Home Portable House Co.
        • Great gift for newlyweds - a house that can be assembled in one week.
    • Hudson Builders
        • Company name on Joey's T-shirt. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Fancy Sister)
    • J&J Construction
        • Marge calls a contractor to remodel the kitchen after Homer's work isn't up to par. "The vague answer people" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Jace Montero Properties
        • Bad guy Erik follows, then eventually leads Trish to. (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • Kandrik
        • Company name on truck left in parking lot when kidnappers drive off with Five (Season 2 episode 11 Wish I'd Spaced You When I Had the Chance)
    • Kipula Construction Co
        • Episode Hawaii Bound. Hawaiian firm hired to construct a building Mike designed in Honolulu.
    • Malloy Consolidated
        • Boggis, Bunce and Bean call Malloy Consolidated to place an order for construction equipment to dig up Mr. Fox's tree - one Mighty Max, one Junior Spitfire and a long range Tornado 375 Turbo for immediate delivery.
    • Matthews Contractor Supplies
        • No description available
    • Meadow Wood Properties
        • Investment group that Frasier and Niles invest in - turns out to be the same company tearing down Martin's favorite bar Duke's (Season 2 episode Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • Moogberg Development Group LTD
        • Mugato's construction company that built Derek Zoolander's Center for kids who can't read good and who wanna Learn to do other stuff good, too.
    • New Jersey Krupp
        • "Those were the best days of all, rebuilding after the war — fine, clean, long-lasting rows of public buildings block by block, whole new downtown, New York and Baltimore. Now of course that work's past. Big cartels like New Jersey Krupp and Sohnen running the show. But that's not Nazi; that's just old European powerful.'"
    • Norton Construction
        • Company that sends a wine and cheese basket to the Department of Parks and Recreation. (Season 1 episode Boys' Club) Mark takes a new job in construction. (Season 2 episode The Freddy Spaghetti)
    • Omni-Pave
        • When Lisa is believed to have been killed when the tree she was trying to save is struck by lightning, the Omni-Pave construction company promises to create a nature preserve. Lisa reveals herself to be alive when they go back on their word, declaring their intention to create a theme park called Lisa Land in her honor. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Oregon Timber
        • Gregory Stark's company, Darryl Zero's new client that lost his keys.
    • Owyhee Land And Irrigation Company
        • From Debbie's research - the name of the company that bought the land the Kevatch Building was built on.
    • Phil McKraken Construction
        • A construction company working in Manhattan. One of the tasks you must complete is to get enough points to impress the construction crew.
    • The Poltergeist Construction Company
        • Joke potential house buyer makes when checking out the Tanner house because of all the things ALF breaks: "Who built this place? The Poltergeist Construction Company?" (Season 2 episode Movin Out)
    • Ptaclusp Associates, Necropolitan Builders to the Dynasties
        • Pyramid and monument construction, later moved into aqueducts.
    • Pyramid Construction
        • Chapter 12: 'A Stronger Loving World' . Panel 1: Pyramid Construction is rebuilding at the Institute for Extraspatial Studies site.
    • Quint Materials Company
        • Season 6 episode 1: Name on one of the trucks near the pit of walkers the gang tries to lure away from Alexandria.
    • Rockaway Lumber
        • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including Bayshore Sheet Metal (Matthew's hat), Bethel Lighting (Beth's hat) and Electric, Passaic Mini Storage (Lisa's hat_and Rockaway Lumber (Dave's hat). (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • Root, Branch And Blossom
        • Company hired to bring fresh water back to Turaqistan.
    • Rotas
        • The construction company Rota built Freeport storage facilities for art that was acquired but not yet taxed at the Oslo airport - tax havens for clients to view their investments without importing them so they avoid paying tax.
    • Russo & Sons
        • Contractor for First Essex Bank, the bank that got robbed the day before their grand opening, case that Amy's dad never solved, and bothered him for 20 years, until Jake discovers a new lead. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
    • Salvarani
        • Italian construction company truck that Derek hits that causes his car to flip over in Rome.
    • Sanders Cement Works
        • The old cement factory where the town hides from the MOAB nuclear weapon the government launches at the dome - episode Blue on Blue.
    • Sanderson's High Brick Walls
        • Construction company in Springfield. "No one builds 'em higher" (Season 14 The Great Louse Detective)
    • Saticoy Steel
        • Company where Michael's new boss Charles Miner used to work, named after the street where the Office set was located in Van Nuys, California. (Season 5 New Boss)
    • The Sattler Company
        • Company that operates quarries in Hawkins and Roane County, Indiana. (Season 1 episode Chapter Four: The Body)
    • Shepperton Rogers
        • London Landscaping company listed on the plans that Hammond sends to Dr. Grant in Snakewater.
    • Sitwell Construction
        • Tony Wonder tells GOB that he might make it official with Sally Sitwell. Since her dad went missing, she needs somebody to run Sitwell Construction. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
    • Smallville Foundry
        • Clark follows Eric to a local founder, where he gets ambushed and locked inside during an explosion. (Season 2 episode Witness)
    • Sohnen
        • "Those were the best days of all, rebuilding after the war — fine, clean, long-lasting rows of public buildings block by block, whole new downtown, New York and Baltimore. Now of course that work's past. Big cartels like New Jersey Krupp and Sohnen running the show. But that's not Nazi; that's just old European powerful.'"
    • Sonski & Associates Land Surveyors
        • Service on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • South River Development Corporation
        • Development company, one of the Rushman Foundation investments.
    • Stumer and Nathan Construction Company
        • No description available
    • T&R Drywall
        • Business listed on the sign outside the Nashua Business Park (Season 5 episode Lecture Circuit)
    • Taliban Enterprises
        • Joke Michael makes after Gabe cracks down on personal displays of affection in the office. Michael: "I love working at Dunder Mifflin, a division of Taliban enterprises." (Season 7 episode PDA)
    • Tay Demolition Tucson
        • No description available
    • Timack Construction
        • Simon Masrani used subsidaries Axis Boulder Engineering and Timack Construction to work on the preparation and planning prior to construction on the island.
    • Trustwood Developments
        • Company interested in buying the land of Action Point. "A brighter future - today!"
    • Union Allied Construction
        • Company associated with Fisk mentioned in various season 1 episodes.
    • Waldgate Properties
        • Company where June applies for a new job. (Season 1 episode June)
    • The Welding Shop
        • Warehouse where police find Exotrol's CEO in Season 1 episode 6 Time's Up.
    • Westmeyer Holt Contracting
        • Company associated with Fisk mentioned in various season 1 episodes.
    • William Wayne Construction Company
        • Company that bought the blasting caps that were used to construct the bomb that killed Returnee Mary Deneville. (Season 1 episode Trial by Fire)

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