Sigmon Construction, Inc., is proud to announce it has hired Leonard Burkhardt as Project Manager. Mr. Burkhardt joined Sigmon Construction after relocating to Raleigh from Central Florida. Leonard brings over 30 years of commercial and residential experience to the team working on various projects such as tilt wall, breweries and retail/mixed use projects.
Sigmon Construction of Raleigh, North Carolina has won “Top Builder Award” by the Triangle Business Journal, the leading business journal in Raleigh and the greater Triangle area. Sigmon is proud to receive the title of “Top Remodeler” at the 2016 Residential Real Estate Awards. The TBJ’s inaugural Residential Real Estate Awards were hosted on February 25 at Preston Wood Country Club in Cary.
Sigmon Construction, Inc., is proud to announce it has hired Roy Brown to its Project Maintenance department. “Roy is a great addition to our service department” states Gretchen Saussy, Director of Business Development. With over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, Mr. Brown brings a wealth of knowledge to every project.
This month we sat down with Mark Jones, Head of the Commercial Division, who has been with Sigmon Construction for almost four years and has developed the commercial department into what it is today. With Mark’s bright smile and light-hearted energy we are glad to call him our own.
Sigmon Construction was presented a 2015 Anthemion Award for the Residential Rehabilitation of 420 Cutler Street, Raleigh. The Anthemion Awards recognize outstanding dedication and commitment to excellence in historic preservation in Wake County.
This month we sat down with Harry Marks, Residential Estimator, to showcase his work ethic and give those who have yet to meet him a glimpse of his fun-loving attitude. Harry has been with Sigmon over a year and a half and has already brought such a positive impact to our office and all the clients he meets.
Harry Marks, Residential Estimator at Sigmon Construction, was featured on NC Design Online discussing a historic home in Oakwood, built in 1920 and closing in on its celebrating its centennial anniversary. This home underwent a whole house renovation with two goals in mind, to improve their quality of living as well as to preserve the historic culture.
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