With four generations under our belt, we have what it takes to complete a project properly. We utilize our 87 plus years of commercial building experience, while never losing sight of honesty, respect and integrity; standards we set for ourselves in the very beginning. Undivided attention to detail, flexibility and timely completion, are consistently reflected in each project we touch. We promise to uphold our high standard for superior quality with every client we get the privilege to work with.
George Pastor and Sons Construction Company has been a well-known, family run business in the City of Livonia, MI for over 25 years. They have started and successfully completed many construction projects while obtaining all permits and inspection approvals. These construction projects are varied in nature but include both commercial / industrial and residential jobs. They are known specialists in new restaurant construction . Their members, notably John and Craig, are strong supporters of the City of Livonia and active in municipal endeavors giving of themselves in both time, effort and financial support. We endorse them.
I have known George H Pastor and Sons since 1984. During the last 30 years they have built Burger Kings, Boston Markets, Famous Dave's and Penn Station in excess of fifty million dollars for me. John Pastor and his family are of the highest integrity and they have completed these projects on time and within project cost. I always look forward to our next project together.
There is no higher recommendation than that of my total satisfaction working with the team at George H Pastor and Sons over the past several years. Their commitment to performance, on time completion and professionalism are unsurpassed. Their vast knowledge and expertise are valuable assets in the successful openings of locations throughout the country. I look forward to continuing our business relationship for many more years to come.
We chose Pastors based on the strength of their reputation, customer service and attention to detail as well as addressing concerns with local health department officials and municipalities.