We’re trusted commercial building contractors because of our ability to complete projects quickly and effectively.
Constructing a building is a complex process that requires a wide range of knowledge. Commercial building contractors are the people responsible for having that knowledge, including an understanding of building codes, zoning regulations, and the concepts of construction and architectural design. They also work closely with the laborers on a construction project, overseeing the work they do and ensuring that all tasks are completed properly and according to the schedule.
If you are having a commercial building constructed on a property you own, you will work with a commercial building contractor throughout the entire process. Here in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and the surrounding area, Magnolia Construction LLC is one of the most trusted commercial building contractors, and for good reason. We have more than two decades of experience in the commercial construction industry and have managed projects for many of the major businesses in the Piedmont Triad, including Novant Health, Collins Aerospace, WFBH, VF Corporation, Krispy Kreme, Wells Fargo, Energy United, and NGIC. Our team also works closely with Wake Forest University to provide various construction and renovation services.
Design, Plan, Build – Commercial Construction Experts
We’re trusted commercial building contractors because of our ability to complete projects quickly and effectively. One of the heads of our company oversees every project we take on to maintain the flow of the process and minimize disruptions. For more information about our services or to request a bid from one of the leading local commercial building contractors, contact us, and we’ll be happy to work with you to ensure that your needs are met.
At Magnolia Construction LLC, our commercial building 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.