Construction Companies in Portsmouth, VA
Comprehensive list of Portsmouth, Virginia based commercial and residential building contractors and construction companies.
Since 1922, Randolph-Bundy. has served the mid-Atlantic region from its Portsmouth, Virginia location. The firm is a wholesale distributor of millwork, window and door products, and related building materials. Additionally, Randolph-Bundy exports to xxEurope, the Middle East and the Carribean Islands.
A.D. Stowe. is celebrating over seventy years of construction in the Tidewater area catering to the unique need, of each client through highly personalized wall and ceiling solutions such as plaster, drywall, insulation and metal stud installation. A.D. Stowe. mission is to supply contractors/owners with our highest standards of expertise on each project to guarantee the highest end result.
Is your home ready for an extreme makeover, without extreme costs? Do you want to serve gourmet meals from your dream kitchen, or relax every evening and watch the sun set from your pretty, screened-in patio? Do you want to be pampered in a spacious, newly remodeled bathroom an no longer feel cramped or uncomfortable?
SEVAC Corporation is a commercial general contractor with extensive knowledge in construction projects such as restaurants, shopping centers, churches, service stations, office/medical building, industrial projects, and various other kinds of private and government projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Helen's Floor Refinishing is the name Kingsley Kirkland trades as TIA for hardwood floor projects. We are insured and have workers' compensation for all of our employees. All work is performed by employees rather than unreliable subcontractors. Our mission is to supply a quality product that the client knows is backed up by state guidelines and needs.
The signs of growth in our community abound. We, at John Hall Electric, are pleased to contribute to that growth. We install and service the foundation for reliable electrical service. We welcome you to John Hall Electric. Read the Virginia Construction Journal article on JHE.