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Well-known general contractor Mark Dunnett of Rosewood Commercial has spent the majority of his 34 years in the building business focusing on commercial and retail building projects. From extensive tenant build-outs to hotel and restaurant renovations, Rosewood Commercial has a resume long enough to exhaust even the most experienced contractor qualification statement.

In 1979, Mark Dunnett began as a small general contractor in Minneapolis with the dream of creating a national tenant building business to service clients around the country. Over the years, he has successfully completed hundreds upon hundreds of retail store and commercial build-outs in both single use and high rise structures, new builds and high-end residential projects.

His wide-ranging portfolio includes well-known hospitality and restaurant chains, retailers, health clubs, grocery stores, office towers, assisted living facilities and more. Mark Dunnett and his team have performed work for many renowned and distinguished clients including, but not limited to, Ace Hardware, Aaron’s Rent-to-Own, Ann Taylor, Archon Hospitality, Bally’s Health Clubs, Bed, Bath &Beyond, Cushman Wakefield, Dollar General, Femme De Carriere, General Growth, Hallmark, Holiday Inn, Hyatt, Kimco Realty, La Perla, Marshalls/TJ Maxx, Motorola, Mrs. Fields Cookies, Payless Shoes, PepsiCo, Petco, Pillsbury, Rent-A-Center, Sprint, Starbucks, Starwood, Taubman, Tishman Speyer, Tommy Bahamas, Walgreens, Washington Mutual, Xerox, etc., etc., etc.!

The business has thrived with extensive volumes from coast to coast in flourishing growth markets such as Minneapolis, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Baltimore, Miami, and many others in between.

After many years in business, a large window of opportunity became apparent for the company to expand beyond contracting to also offer design/build and architectural services. Many new projects with the goal of “design, draw and seal” were added to the already extensive portfolio of work. National roll-out clients in need of “rubber stamp” plans sought out these valuable services in droves.

The contracting and design industry has weathered many ups and downs over the past several years, but Mr. Dunnett has managed to maintain a successful business model, adjusting to the ever-changing needs of the industry. Prioritizing self-performing crews versus just construction management has proven “golden” to many clients in an economy where time and budget savings are continuously emphasized.

Today, the incredibly experienced team at Rosewood Commercial is extensively committed to servicing clients and meeting their needs. The team will draw, design, service and build a successful project regardless of size, and will meet every client expectation on a cost effective level.

Rosewood Commercial fondly embraces the next decade of construction and design with an aggressive attitude and a very successful and effective business model.

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