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Fort Myers, FL (December 12, 2023) – Wright Construction Group recently unveiled a new logo, emblematic of the company’s desire to move into a new stage of its development.
Wright Construction Group has earned a reputation for leading some of the most prestigious projects while maintaining the highest level of integrity and trust-based relationships with its clients. After celebrating its 75th anniversary and propelled by a successful trajectory of increased project volume, growing clientele and investing in the development of top talent, the new logo represents the growth and evolution of the brand.
“We wanted to create something that showcases both who we are as a company and who we want to become,” said Fred Edman, president of Wright Construction. “The logo brings together the past with the future.”
Throughout its history, Wright Construction has been dedicated to upholding its mission to build client loyalty through relentless service. The new logo design is a transformation of the traditional Wright “W.” The new design illustrates the letter “W” built of four pillars representing the core values of safety, quality, timeliness, and value. The new look of the Wright logo is bold, yet dynamic. This communicates both confidence and energy representing continued movement toward achieving client goals, and its investment in the next generation of leaders.
About Wright Construction Group
For over seven decades, Wright Construction Group has been the builder of choice for many prominent and prestigious businesses, governmental agencies, schools, and other commercial enterprises. Specializing in both building and civil construction, Wright Construction offers construction management, design-build, and general contracting services to a wide variety of public and private clients. Wright’s mission is to build client loyalty through relentless service. The main office is located at 5811 Youngquist Road in Fort Myers. For more information, contact Wright Construction Group at (239) 481-5000 or visit

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