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The Story of
Clarence Taylor

"It all starts with a family's word and a handshake"

It all started with David Taylor in 1951, who retired a General Superintendent from ironworking after 43 years. Clarence Taylor followed in his fathers footsteps and started a career in ironworking in 1974. Clarence Taylor established "CLARENCE TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION " in 1994 off of his family word and a handshake.  This, "my word is in my handshake" commitment holds true with us today as a core value of Clarence Taylor Construction.  Our name is the most valuable asset we have today, second only to our employees.


Eighty five percent of our business is negotiated for design build projects.  There are no shortcuts to quality work.  However, tight timelines that need to land inside the budget is a pressure that has honed and shaped our standards of excellence.   


All aspects of our projects are completed in house.  This involves our detailing department, the fabrication, and the installation.


Some of our projects include:

  • Power company trash racks

  • Hydro power plant shelves

  • Multiple extrusion towers for synthetic fiber companies

  • Additional spinning plants for synthetic fiber companies

  • Nylon recycling plant #1 (Phoenix, AZ.)

  • Nylon recycling plant #2 (Sacramento, CA.)

  • Numerous cooling towers for different facilities

  • Transformer and SDC skid work for an American multinational technology company

  • Shell construction for multiple military bases

  • Plant expansion for an American snack food and granola manufacturer

  • 372 pharmacies of which are in the top 10 of the fortune 500

  • Hundreds of commercial retail builds ranging from 1,000 - 1,000,000 sq. ft.

  • Laser and Plasma cutting of materials

  • Stairs and handrails (multiple commerial applications)

  • Large pedestrian bridges 

  • Portable powerhouse prototypes

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