Wilson-Covington Construction Company is very pleased to celebrate another new store grand opening with Harris Teeter, this time at Berewick outside of Charlotte, NC.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on December 7, 2016
Happy Thanksgiving! Wilson-Covington is grateful for all of the firm’s employees, their families, subcontractors, vendors and customers. We hope all have a wonderful holiday. We will be closed Thursday and Friday, reopening 11/28/16.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on November 23, 2016
Wilson-Covington Construction Company is in progress on a modern addition to a 1925 home in the Historic West End Neighborhood of Winston-Salem, NC. This project was first brought to Wilson-Covington by the owners as a way to expand the living space on the main floor of the home and to better experience the beautiful backyard and views from the rear of the home. An existing enclosed porch has been expanded to create a large living space with a great view out the rear of the space. Wilson-Covington has handled this project as a design-build project with the initial concept drawings being produced by the firm as 3-dimensional renderings. An architect was then involved after the owners approved the initial budget. Wilson-Covington has overseen approval by the Historic Resources Commission, all design changes, and all finish choices. This type of project highlights the experience Wilson-Covington brings to any residential project and alleviates any stress on the owner.
The exterior of the addition is nearing completion with gorgeous ipe siding being installed with a concealed clip system. Ipe decking and cable rails will complete the deck.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on October 25, 2016
Wilson-Covington Construction completed its first tiny house earlier this year in Winston-Salem, NC. Amber Harris of AMH Photography captured this great shot. Call Wilson-Covington today to turn your tiny house or backyard oasis vision into a reality!
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on August 31, 2016
Wilson-Covington is pleased to have won the 2016 Winston-Salem Journal’s Readers’ Choice Award for Home Renovation. Thank you very much to our customers and supporters who made this possible!
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on August 26, 2016
Wilson-Covington Construction Company is currently building three new stores for grocer Harris Teeter. These approximately 50,000 square foot stores are in Gastonia, NC (nearing completion) and two in Charlotte, NC. Here are some progress shots of all three stores.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on July 29, 2016
Happy Independence Day from Wilson-Covington Construction Company. In celebration our office will be closed July 4th. Thank you to all of our service men and women, including those who have served that now work with Wilson-Covington. Corporate officers who have served are Clay Ring (USMC), Morriss Pendleton (USN) and Michelle Thompson (USAF).
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on July 1, 2016
Happy Flag Day and Birthday to Clay Ring, Chairman of Wilson-Covington Construction Company who has worked with the firm since 1954, becoming the sole owner in 1995 and now operating it with Morriss Pendleton, President and his grandson Hayes Wauford, Executive Vice-President.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on June 14, 2016
Licensed in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, Wilson-Covington is proud to be serving clients across North Carolina at this time. From Charlotte to the Triangle, Wilson-Covington has major projects under construction in the grocery and food service sectors, along with many smaller commercial and residential projects in the Triad underway. With over 50 employees, the firm can gear up rapidly for any size job and continue the legacy of integrity, quality building, and expert craftsmanship that have been hallmarks since 1947.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on June 13, 2016
Wilson-Covington customized one piece of furniture and fabricated once custom vanity for a bathroom and powder room remodel in Winston-Salem, NC. This 1890 house in Old Salem, Winston-Salem, NC required a special touch to keep with the historic nature of the home while providing functionality for the spaces.
Posted by wilsoncovingtonblog on May 25, 2016