About Us

Founded by combat Veteran Michael T. Waldrop in 2010, Blue Cord is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Orlando, Florida.

Diversified. Tenured. Responsive. Cohesive.

Blue Cord provides professional design-build, general construction, professional services, property management, and real estate development services for commercial, industrial, education, and healthcare projects. We pride ourselves on providing the BEST VALUE to every client, for every project.

Our military history and influences are evident throughout our firm, resulting in capable, trustworthy, collaborative, and dependable teams comprised of skilled individuals who know first-hand the importance of accountability, respect, dedication, and hard work.

With project experience ranging from healthcare and military construction to higher education and community facilities, our team of qualified professionals is responsible for the design, construction, and renovation to some of the most active, essential facilities in the nation.

Since our humble beginning in 2010, we have been committed to listening to our clients and the communities we serve to continue to better their lives and livelihoods for generations to come. This commitment is permanently installed in our culture and is an integral part of our business philosophy. This culture adds strength and pride to Blue Cord and has earned us a reputation for honesty, reliability, and efficiency.

Blue Cord is a family of hard-working individuals who strive to consistently surpass our clients’ expectations by demonstrating loyalty, dedication, and an unmatched commitment to excellence. These qualities are the cornerstone of our business. We deliver exceptional results at the best value while honoring the function and mission of the facilities and clients we serve.

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Blue Cord is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business

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What is a Blue Cord?

U.S. Army Soldiers receive the prestigious Blue Cord upon graduating from specialized training and it marks the moment they become an infantryman. The Infantry Blue Cord is presented to all qualified infantrymen in the U.S. Army at the end of their Initial Entry Training. Commissioned officers earn their Blue Cord after graduating from the U.S. Army Infantry School’s Infantry Officer Basic Course (IBOLC).

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