Phillip P. Moore Acquires Full Ownership of Lewaro Construction

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Dayton based construction management firm Lewaro Construction was recently acquired by former partial owner Phillip P. Moore

Phillip P. Moore, co-founder and former partner of Lewaro Construction, recently became the full owner of the construction management firm, effective January 1, 2014.

Lewaro Construction offers a range of construction related services, both independently and through its network of suppliers and partners. The company offers construction, pre construction, general contracting, and design and build services for government, private, and residential customers. By taking full ownership of the company, Moore hopes to continue the company’s strong momentum and focus on new key clients:

“I am now able to provide a sharper focus on key clients, partners and markets, while accelerating operational and strategic decision making. I am thrilled and committed to build a world class construction solution provider upon the foundation that Mandwel and I created many years ago,” states Moore.

Lewaro Construction is eager to begin the new year with a continued commitment to excellence in construction management and a refreshed perspective on their business. One of Lewaro Construction’s main goals, from the start of the company, has been cutting client costs by maximizing efficiency and preventing problems before they occur. Moore intends to preserve that mentality, improving current practices and adding new checks to ensure the lowest possible cost for their clients.

Lewaro Construction is always seeking new partnerships and new clients. The company can be found online at and has offices in Dayton and Independence.

About Lewaro Construction
Lewaro Construction is a construction management company based in Dayton, OH, focusing on efficiency and quality in its efforts. Offering construction, pre-construction, general contracting, and design/build services, Lewaro principally serves large-scale organizations and government associations. Some of their past projects include the construction of new elements for the City of Dayton, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and the University of Dayton.

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