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12
Dec

Manufacturing Remains A Strength For The Triad

Last week’s announcement that Precor Inc., one of the world’s leading makers of fitness equipment, had selected Greensboro for the manufacturing base and headquarters of a relatively new division attracted little notice. Perhaps we’re too conditioned for bad...
22
May

NCDOL Safety Award

NC Department of Labor has awarded Landmark Builders its Certificate of Safety Achievement First Year Gold Award. This award is in recognition for Landmark Builders’ outstanding safety and health efforts which resulted in a substantial reduction of injuries and illnesses....
02
May

Jefferson Village

Landmark Builders of the Triad, based in Kernersville, has won the contract to build a 41,000 square foot expansion at Jefferson Village in Greensboro. The $3.5 million project is the final addition to the retail complex at New Garden Road and Bryan Boulevard. Cline Design of...
02
Apr

Tomotherapy Project

CAROLINA REGIONAL CANCER CENTER ANNOUNCES CONSTRUCTION OF ITS TOMOTHERAPY PROJECT Contact: Collins Wakefield 843-449-9415 email jcwakefield@CRCCmd.com Steve Rushton, Preconstruction Services 843-280-3210 email srushton@landmarkbuilders.com FEBRUARY 28, 2008 Myrtle Beach, SC –...
21
Mar

Builders Scramble

CHANGES AHEAD: COMMERCIAL BUILDERS SCRAMBLE TO KEEP BUSY, STAVE OFF THE SLOWDOWN   Editors’ note: This is part of an occasional series on how Triad businesses are dealing with the current economic slowdown. As the economic slowdown spreads into the commercial...
22
Aug

Building Permit Granted

BUILDING PERMIT GRANTED FOR LEGACY CLASSIC PROJECT IN HIGH POINT Landmark Builders has received a building permit from the city of High Point to construct a 347,000-square-foot distribution center and corporate office for Legacy Classic Furniture. The value of the permit was...
25
Feb

Commercial construction on rise

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION ON THE RISE, BUT GLORY DAYS STILL DISTANT   “We were literally in survival mode (early last year),” says Kurt Ryback, the owner of Ryback Construction in Greensboro and the president of the Triad chapter of the Construction Professionals...