In The News

Davie Construction Co. Supports IGNITE DAVIE

We’re proud to support IGNITE DAVIE, a collaborative community initiative designed to develop a well-trained and educated workforce to meet the needs of our local business & industry. We encourage other local companies to join us in helping IGNITE DAVIE raise the educational attainment of our residents by assuring all eligible high school graduates in… Read more »

Davie Construction Co. Family Christmas Party

Thanks to the more than 100 folks who joined us at the Davie Construction Co. Family “Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus” Christmas Party on Saturday, and to those who helped us donate several boxes of toys through the Marine Toys for Tots program. We were also pleased to make a food donation to the… Read more »

Wayman Merrill

It is with the utmost sadness that we learned the devastating news of the sudden passing of Wayman Merrill, our beloved friend and deeply valued member of the Davie Construction Co. Family since June 2013. Wayman was a kind and gentle man who enriched the lives of all he touched. He always volunteered for every… Read more »

Davie Construction Taps Veteran Medical Construction Specialist to Head New Division

Advance, NC – Davie Construction Co., a general contractor, and facilities maintenance management firm, has recruited Frank Chapman as Executive Vice President of Medical Construction Services. “While our 25-year history includes an extensive portfolio of new construction and renovation of all types of medical facilities, we now offer a specific focus on the construction needs… Read more »

Signs of Success—Davie Construction Co. Named Business of the Year 2016 by the Davie County Chamber of Commerce

The hard work and quality craftsmanship of Davie Construction Co. are evident throughout Davie County in offices, churches, restaurants, banks, and retail, manufacturing, and senior living facilities. “We love seeing Davie Construction Co. signs around town. They signify growth, success and a commitment to building our community,” said Chamber of Commerce President Carolyn McManamy. The… Read more »