George has almost 4 decades of experience in the field of construction and is currently President of G. Fisher Commercial Construction, Inc. With a thorough expertise in this field, he is capable of handling an organization or project of any size. George has led the G. Fisher team to complete over 75 million dollars of projects over the last 6 years.
He was provided with hands-on experience as a Project Manager for Cassady Development in 1980 - 1981 where he assisted in the creation of several office buildings in Rolling Meadows, Illinois.
George graduated from Harper College with a degree in Architectural Technology in 1978 and dedicated the next 37 years to G. Fisher Construction. His passion for construction and architecture paired with a down to earth and determined attitude has made him an exceptional business leader.
Terry, like his brother, has dedicated 30 plus years to construction. With 11 years of hands-on carpentry, 25 years of design build, general contracting, and union commercial carpentry experience, he is well versed in the office and in the field.
Terry graduated from San Diego University in 1981 and went on to develop many properties and relationships within the construction industry.
In 2004 he owned and operated Land Surveying Services, Inc. where he directed construction layouts, water detention, building stacking and much more. Terry’s personal approach and his unique professional “grit” allow him to accurately execute each and every project from start to finish.
Danielle, George’s daughter, is the newest member of the G. Fisher team with 3 years already behind her. While managing the office, she also assists in the development of each project.
Her ability to multi-task and her attention to detail put Danielle in an initiative role within the company. Her exceptional interpersonal skills allow her to be the first point of contact at G. Fisher while maintaining an organizational position as well.
Provides constant updates and support to technology within G. Fisher Commercial Construction, Inc.