HTML Websites, Logo & Branding, Web Design

Etzel Engineer & Build Website Redesign


Etzel Engineer & Build is a design/build firm specializing in mission-critical and construction services for data center, commercial, and technology construction. Their previous website was outdated and did not accurately reflect their strive towards contemporary techniques and services towards mission-critical and new commercial construction.

We updated Etzel’s branding and website to reflect their business, the full scope of their services, and easy navigation for users.

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Etzel Engineer & Build’s finished website reflected their professionalism and contemporary techniques towards their industry.

We updated their website with specific client needs for a stronger online brand presence.


  • Word Press
  • WooCommerce
  • Java Script
  • CSS3
  • HTML5
  • PHP


With all web design and development projects, we begin by developing a project plan based on the scope of the site and the business owner’s requirements.

The function of Etzel Engineer & Build’s website is to inform about their services and professionally represent their brand to an online audience inquiring about their services.

After showing design mockups for approval, we began the development phase of the project. This begins with a sitemap and structure. Next, we begin site creation, importing and updating content from the previous site, adding new pages that were not previously on their website, and implementing content to those pages. During this phase, we send updates to the client to ensure we are remaining consistent to the scope of the end goals. Once all pages are built and all content has been implemented, we test the site for functionality. Finally, we review the site with the client and publish it to a live, viewable format.

View Etzel Engineer & Build’s website here.

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