Gray Construction Named One of the Best Contractors for Industrial Projects in North Carolina
Building on its reputation as one of the leading design-build firms in the nation, Gray Construction has been named one of the Best Contractors for Industrial Projects in North Carolina. Featured in the most recent edition of Southern Business and Development magazine, the award is a part of “The Best Economic Development in the American South” series.
Winners were selected across 30 categories in each Southern state by members of the Southern Economic Development Roundtable (SEDR). The SEDR is an invitation only group of economic developers, educators, site selection consultants and CEOs who meet annually to discuss issues surrounding economic development in the American south.
“It’s our honor to be named one of the Best Contractors for Industrial Projects in North Carolina,” said Vice President, South Atlantic Office Brett Goode. “We are dedicated to building not only exceptional projects for our customers—but also to bolstering North Carolina’s economy through the impact these projects have on the state’s workforce.”
Gray’s South Atlantic office in Charlotte, N.C. provides a full spectrum of engineering, architecture and construction services to customers interested in expanding or locating in the South Atlantic region of the U.S.
Having completed nearly 1000 projects for customers throughout the South, Gray has established a longstanding reputation as one of the region’s top contractors. This experience, coupled with a deep understanding of the market, has afforded Gray numerous awards and recognitions throughout the southeast region for manufacturing plant construction.
Caterpillar, whose 850,00 s.f. manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem, N.C. was designed and built by Gray, was also recognized as one of North Carolina’s Most Admired Manufacturers.
Gray Construction, is a nationally ranked engineering, architecture and construction firm with over 55 years of experience in manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, distribution, hospitality and retail facility construction. Currently, Gray has several large projects that are underway or recently completed including: a Mercedes-Benz manufacturing plant expansion in Vance, Ala.; a specialty pet food kitchen and distribution center for Champion Petfoods in Auburn, Ky. ; a fresh pork processing facility in Coldwater, Michigan for Clemens Food Group; a Keurig manufacturing facility in Douglasville, Ga.; a utility vehicle manufacturing facility for Kubota Manufacturing of America Corporation in Gainesville, Ga.; an expansion to Wrigley’s Yorkville, Ill. campus; and a manufacturing facility for Weber Metals in Paramount, Calif.