Meet Joe Scheiner

Joe Scheiner…

Born in Minnesota. One of eight children. High School All-Star Basketball Player. Marine. California State University, Chico Graduate. Tau Kappa Epsilon President. Golfer. Pheasant Hunter. Fisherman. Grill Master. Coors Consumer. Cigar Aficionado. Enthusiastic Sports Fan. Dynamic Businessman. Trusted Friend. Best of all … Family Man.

What is your personal philosophy?

Dream big, work hard, play hard, stay focused and surround yourself with the best people.

What are your best attributes?

Capable. Insightful. Loyal. Decisive. Trustworthy. But, truly my best attribute is my wife and business partner, Kelley Scheiner.

What makes you smile when you walk in the office?

I have the best employees. The quality of our work depends on the quality of our people. My smile comes from having topnotch, high-quality employees.

What makes you “truly unique” from your competition?

Experience is the teacher of all things. I have sat in every seat of the construction industry from the developer side (The Rouse Company – opened over 200 stores in 4 years), to working on the owner’s side (Eddie Bauer-expanded them to 900 stores in 15 years), to now being the general contractor (Scheiner Commercial Group, Inc.). I have experienced all facets of this business, so I am able to assist in every step of the process, from budgeting to building. I will take the ‘pains’ of the construction before a client ever feels it!

Why did you choose being a general contractor?

I knew exactly what I looked for in a general contractor during my tenure at Eddie Bauer and I knew I could be that person. I have never looked back since. This is where my passion met my purpose!

Is it more important to be liked or respected?

If they respect and trust you, they will do business with you. My goal has always been to put my clients’ interest first by doing the legwork needed, establishing good communication, and having transparency.

What is your take on the future of brick and mortar (Yes, it does have one!)?

Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future. Spoiler alert: Brick and mortar will remain a major force in retail’s future. Regardless of how consumers shop i.e. brick and mortar, e-commerce, or mobile devices, the future of retailing lies at the intersection of the virtual world and the physical experience. The in-store ‘retailtainment’ that awaits them will be dramatically different from the present paradigm. Like everything else in life, it is going to come down to convenience and experience!

What We Do

  • National to Local Brands
  • Tenant Improvement
  • Open Remodels / Relocations
  • Pop Ups / Rebranding / Refresh
  • Downsizing / Closures
  • National to Locally Inspired
  • New Build / Tenant Finish
  • Open Remodels / Relocations
  • Rebranding / Refresh
  • Design-Build
  • Nationwide Premiere Developers
  • Build to Suit / Turnkey
  • Office / Common Area / Tenant Finish
  • Retail / Restaurants
  • Site Work / Ground Up

State GC License

Arizona
California
Colorado
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Iowa
Montana
Nevada
New Mexico
Oregon
South Carolina
Tennessee
Utah
Virginia
Washington

State Corporate Registrations

Alaska
Arizona
California
Colorado
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana
Maryland
Missouri
Montana

Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
Oregon
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming

We Belong

International Council of Shopping Centers
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Retail Contractors Association
El Paso County Contractors Association
Construction Financial Management Association
Commercial Construction Renovation
BBB Accredited Business
International Code Council

We Support

Scheiner has a long tradition of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We are proud to be associated with the many dedicated organizations that give of their time and resources to making our communities a better place to live. Just to name and few …

Sisters Hope
Alzheimer’s Association
Safehouse Denver
Girl Scouts
Realm of Caring
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Higher Ground Youth Challenge Logo
Alpine Autism Center
Monument Police
Pikes Peak Soap Box Derby
Retail Contractors Association
Extended Hands of Hope Logo