Friday, January 26, 2018

Business Spotlight on MGM Builders and Turner Contracting & Remodeling construction companies MGM Builders and Turner Contracting & Remodeling are excited to
announce that they will be joining forces in 2018. Bob Turner of Turner Contracting & Remodeling will begin developing and managing the new renovations division of MGM Builders, in a move that will add depth and experience to the services that MGM Builders has to offer.

Turner brings with him over 20 years’ experience in general contracting, home renovations, new construction and millwork. He started Turner Contracting & Remodeling with his father over a decade ago, defining the business by its high-quality workmanship and customer satisfaction. They maintained a reputation as a trusted contractor in the local community through their honest and straightforward approach. 

“For the last 13 years I have enjoyed running my own renovation business. Since my Dad retired, I have been doing it on my own and it’s simply too much for one person to do,” Turner said. “I love what I do and I am looking forward to being part of the team at MGM Builders!”

Designing and building custom homes has been the core focus of MGM Builders since their first house was built in Raymond, Maine in 1987. Mike Manning, Founder and General Contractor of MGM Builders, has always been passionate about creating homes for his clients, only using quality materials and craftsmen to ensure that the structure is sound. Bob and his team have valued those same standards in their work, making the merge an effortless one.

Bob Turner
“Bob and I have a long history of referring work to one another. It seems like a natural fit to have him as part of our team. We are extremely excited to be able to offer renovation services to our new and existing customers.” Manning said.

With Turner and his team now on board, the company is equipped to offer the community an expanded list of home building services. With their full-service home renovation and additions division that can do everything from small repairs and renovations to expansive home additions.

“Remodeling can be a difficult process. But, I have found over the years that many homeowners are more inclined to renovate their existing home versus go through the process of building new and relocating,” said Turner. “And now that’s something MGM Builders can offer to those homeowners.”
They will be continuing with custom home design, which is a good fit for families who want to be involved in the design process of their home. Another new service they’ve just added is a collection of pre-designed home plans that are more affordable and faster to build, called Made to Measure home designs. 
Mike Manning

“Clients simply pick their favorite home design, and from there they just need to choose their fixtures, finishes, and colors. It’s a less overwhelming process,” said Anne Manning, Co-Founder and Home Design Specialist at MGM Builders.

Though there are many changes happening within the company, MGM Builders remains committed to operating with consistency and integrity. You’re more than just another customer when you work with them. There is an emphasis on learning about the client and what they want in a home. With over 200 homes built since 1987, they’ve become a trusted local home builder in the Cumberland County Region. 

Turner wants to thank everyone that has supported Turner Contracting over the last 13 years and is looking forward to growing the renovation division of MGM Builders. He can be reached by email at, or his direct line at 207-329-4217.

If you are interested in building a new home, MGM Builders has four lots available right now in the Windham Hill neighborhood development Green Acres, being built to be accepted as a town road with city water. Contact Mike at for more information.

The MGM Builders office is located in the Shops at Sebago Plaza in North Windham and is open on weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can call the office anytime at 207-892-1019, or find out more about their home building services at

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