We rise above many commercial contractors in that we can handle every phase of your project.
If you are looking at commercial contractors who provide services in the Charlotte, North Carolina area for upfits and renovations or new construction, you should know that at Magnolia Construction LLC, we have more than 20 years of experience in the industry. We have the knowledge and resources to deliver quality, cost efficiency, and on-time project completion that you would expect from professional commercial contractors. Despite our size and licensing in four states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia), we have maintained our ability to provide the personal service that you deserve.
We work closely with area vendors and subcontractors to ensure that your construction project progresses smoothly and that you get the end results that you envisioned. We are comfortable working with developers, corporate projects, and others who are looking to have expert project and program management in place for optimal results. We rise above many commercial contractors in that we can handle every phase of your project, including such services as site development, zoning, design build, cost estimating, value engineering, subcontractor selection, scheduling, permitting, cost estimating, material identification and procurement, site feasibility study, and more.
Our portfolio of satisfied customers includes medical facilities, shopping centers, fitness centers, pizzerias, chain restaurants, automotive dealerships, community centers, insurance offices, and much more. We have grown to great heights over the years and continue to foster long-term relationships with repeat customers. You can see for yourself what kind of commercial contractors we are by giving us a call and learning what we can do for you.
At Magnolia Construction LLC, our commercial contractors proudly serve Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Durham, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Wilmington, Ashville, Greensville, and Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as the rest of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.