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July 04, 2015 6:06 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of Centurion Construction Company, Inc.

Company Overview

Centurion Construction Company, Inc. provides commercial construction services to its clients in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, and South Carolina. The company offers pre-construction services, such as development services that include financial analysis, lean construction practices, sustainability, green building, public/private partnerships, building information modeling, conceptual cost modeling, schedule and risk analysis, feasibility analysis, and turnkey project management; site analysis; conceptual budgeting; design-build; estimating; and scheduling. It specializes in educational, financial, distribution, civil, flex, healthcare, industrial, institutional, laboratory, ...

3301 Glen Royal Road

Raleigh, NC 27617

United States

Founded in 1980

Phone:

919-787-0924

Fax:

919-787-4468

Key Executives for Centurion Construction Company, Inc.

President and Project Manager
Financial Controller, Corporate Treasurer and Controller
Head of Estimating Unit, Vice President and Project Manager
Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Centurion Construction Company, Inc. Key Developments

Raleigh City Council Awards Contract to Centurion Construction Company Inc. for the Northshore Lake and Dam Rehabilitation Project

The Raleigh City Council voted unanimously, March 18, to award a contract to Centurion Construction Company Inc. for the Northshore Lake and Dam Rehabilitation Project. The contract amount is $3.6 million. This project will provide stormwater management and water quality benefits to the Northshore Lake area and the Marsh Creek watershed. The project calls for substantial improvements to the lake's aging dam and spillway, and will bring the facility up to current North Carolina State dam safety standards. The lake preservation project also will restore portions of the lakebed and create wetland areas for enhanced water quality. Centurion Construction Company is proposing to subcontract 15.5% of the construction contract work to small disadvantaged minority- and women-owned businesses (SDMWOB). The City's goal for SDMWOB participation in major projects is 15%.

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