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Construction Company Logo Maker

Create your construction logo design in minutes. Get inspired by these logos designed by other construction professionals and create yours today.

Construction Company Logo Maker

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Construction logo design tips

Define your branding

Your logo is often the first visual impression your brand makes on potential customers. Whether you have an architecture firm or a family owned construction business, you need to create a logo that conveys a feeling of reliability, safety and trust.

Choose the right font

Your logo’s font helps define the feel of your brand. It's not just what you write, but how you write it. By using fonts that are bigger and bolder with straight lines, you give off a strong impression that lets your customers know they can rely on you.

Use color strategically

Like typography, colors also communicate the personality of your brand. It’s a good idea to research logo psychology when choosing your logo colors. Think about what you want to convey about your company—the themes and cornerstones of your business, and choose colors that reflect them. Many construction company logos contain shades of yellow, a color often associated with safety. If sustainability is central to your business, green would work very well.

Make a graphic statement

Icons, illustrations and graphics play a huge role in defining your brand through your logo. When choosing the imagery for your logo, keep in mind the feelings you want to portray. A contractor could opt for solid bold lines because they embody strength and security.  Whereas an architect might choose symmetric shapes to show off an eye for design.

How to make a construction logo in minutes


Tell us about your brand

Enter your construction business name, tagline if you have one, and a little bit about the look and feel of your brand.


Choose your style

Review the logo designs presented to you, and pick the one that best represents your brand.


Make it your own

Customize the font, colors, icons and text to bring your new construction logo to life.

Construction company logo ideas

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