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Best Construction Company Logos (12 Incredible Examples)

Updated March 6, 2018
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Ascent Commercial Construction Logo Design Company

We love working with construction companies, and have the privilage to make some very cool construction company logos – and logos for blue collar companies in general. To stay inspired in our work, and to help inspire your next project – I thought we could curate 21+ examples of amazing construction company logos and a short paragraph about what they do well.

The principles that make a construction company logo effective are it’s ability to convey the ‘unique competitive advantage’ of the business (a feeling or symbol that represents what they do that’s special), it’s ability to retain it’s shape and overall feel when presented only in grayscale and in 1-color print (like on hats and shirts), and it’s ability to look good at any size. If it can look good in one color only, and at large and tiny sizes – it’s more likly to have a “icon” style shape that can withstand any application – and still be “iconic.”

So without further ado – here are the contenders:

Construction Company Name Ideas


1. Blue Ladder Construction Logo – Simple in it’s symbol, I think of the ladder both as a tool for the job to get done – but also as the custom home the clients are about to build (or the renovations they are about to do) are a “step up,” as well as a commercial construction logo idea – the new office space or commercial space could be a “step up”, as well. Design by us! Check out our other work Hook Agency – Custom logo design

Restore Renovations / Construction Company


2. Restore Renovations – Remodeling Company Logo – This design was intended to work two ways as well – first as the two R’s combined, and also the structure created by the legs of the R’s. Not every logo has to have two meanings – I just find it fun when they do. Design by us! Check out our other work Hook Agency – Custom logo design

Minneapolis Logo Design - Construction Logo Design / General Contractor

3. Treasured Spaces – Luxury Home Builder Logo Design – working with the client on this logo design was both super fun, but also came with it’s unique challenges. We wanted something that had never been done before – which means no roofs, or hammers. After sorting through 100 variations, and whittling it down to a few key symbols, we settled on this key into a window design that we felt appeals to the prime demographic, older woman who want both romance and security. Design by us! Check out our other work Hook Agency – Custom logo design


Blue Collar logo Design

4. Linha Mestra Construction Logo Design – Taking a bit more of a traditional stance on the approach here, 3 simple lines convey a clean modern and sleek company – potentially great for commercial construction. Design by Frederico Graca.

Interior Design - Home Experts Logo Design


5. ArtHome – Construction or Interior Design Logo – A bit more free flowing and organic feeling log design, potentially for an interior designer / remodeler with an expressive style.  Design by LogoWave



Ascent Commercial Construction Logo Design Company


6. Ascent – Commercial Construction Logo – Sometimes a logo design is so simple it’s actually more powerful than the most complicated of designs. This is definitely the case with this Ascent logo. It feels iconic, it feels like it’s been around a long time – and so likely lends an air of this ‘established’ persona to the company it represents. I really, really love this logo. Design by Nathanial Goto on Behance


Alian Con Construction Logo

7. AlianCon – Construction Branding – Not sure if I’m as in love with the logo itself, or if I’m in love with the color scheme here. I will say overall, this branding package just really strikes me as well thought out, and powerful in the way it’s portraying the company. Modern, fresh, and trustworthy design. Design by OvenDesign


Branding Logo Design for General Contractors

8. GeoOffice – Commercial Construction Branding – For a more ‘Bauhaus’ / Flat design, this GeoOffice concept both encapsulates the kinds of clients this company wants to go after, and the geometric feel that makes one think of blueprints and commercial construction plans. Design by Ramin Nasibov

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R Logo Design

9. “R” Construction Company Logo Design – A simple letter design, that is nonetheless bold and iconic can make a statement without using a symbol necessarilly. In this example the designer also opted for bold color, and strong contrast to draw more attention, for a very well put together composition.  Design by Jeff Wheeler


GCox Construction Identity Design


10. GCox Construction Logo Design –  For a little bit more playful, but nonetheless professional approach, this design seems to take an element of hipster design – the line art style, and apply it in an unconventional place – the cosntruction industry. Design by Mubien Studio



Centre Point Home Construction Branding


11. CentrePoint Construction Logo Design – Simple, bold direct – I think sometimes this mixture of the clean typography and a super simple symbol can really put a logo design into a category above all the rest – great work. Design by Jekin Gala



Construction Company Logo Design inspiration

12. Averox Construction Logo Design – This is an example of a logo design that incorporates the appearance of 3-dimensionality into it. I definitely appreciate the outside the box thinking, although I would need to some application of one-color/ greyscale – and how the shadow would play out in that scenario. Included here as an example of a nice-looking design that may have trouble translating into greyscale or black and white. Designer Unknown.

Overall, a great set of construction company logos!

I certainly love taking a look at construction company logo inspiration regularly, and of course Pinterest is also a great place to peruse to get ideas, as well as Dribbble. I hope you find the style you’re looking for – and let us know if you’d ever like to go through a branding design process and we’d love to help.

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Tim Brown

Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, an SEO and Web Design company focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses, roofers and construction companies.

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