Since 1986, Terhaar & Cronley has established a reputation for excellence and distinguished performance in Northwest Florida's construction industry. The company is owned and lead by two of the region’s most accomplished industry professionals.  Tony Terhaar is a seasoned veteran of the management of multi-million-dollar construction projects throughout the Southeast.  Community leader Jim Cronley invests the firm with dynamic vision develop form a quarter century of innovative and successful entrepreneurship.  Terhaar & Cronley has completed over $200 million in commercial and industrial construction, including some of the most prestigious projects in Northwest Florida and the Southeast.  This expertise, acquired and honed through the years, has a singular purpose: To serve each client’s building and construction needs with distinction while producing an exceptional product.

In 1988, as a sideline to their construction company work and at the request of a number of construction clients, Jim and Tony began to design, build and lease warehouse facilities to national and regional companies establishing a presence in the Northwest Florida area.  Terhaar & Cronley Property Company has grown since that time into a one stop facility provider.  Their expertise in site acquisition, financial development, design, construction and leasing has resulted in an inventory of over 70 facilities including offices, clinics, distribution centers, service centers, warehouses and manufacturing plants.  An ever increasing number of sophisticated business leaders are looking for one contract to guide them through the maze of obtaining property, borrowing money, designing around specific needs, permitting for land development and building construction and providing all of the options of leasing and ultimate ownership.  Terhaar & Cronley has been providing this service for 15 years.

If our abilities can help you establish your company in Florida’s Great Northwest, please call on us.  We’re glad you're here, whether you're our tenant or not.