Tiny House Construction

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!

Tiny House Exterior

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Custom Bathroom Vanities

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.

 

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Foothills Brewing Tasting Room Complete

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Wilson-Covington has completed work on the upfit of a portion of Foothill’s production brewing facility in Winston-Salem, NC to serve as the firm’s first tasting room. This complements their brew pub and restaurant in downtown Winston-Salem.

Harris Teeter #346 in Progress

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Wilson-Covington Construction Company continues to make great progress on the Reynolda Road store for Harris Teeter in Winston-Salem, NC.

Restaurant Upfit in Progress, Winston-Salem, NC

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Wilson-Covington is pleased to be upfitting the basement of the T Bagge Merchant in Old Salem, Winston-Salem, NC for a restaurant. Harpsichord Restaurant is slated to open in early December.

Harris Teeter Construction Begins, Winston-Salem, NC

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Wilson-Covington Construction Company has begun the construction of a new store for Harris Teeter on Reynolda Road in Winston-Salem, NC. This marks the fourth new store Wilson-Covington has built for the chain and the 13th that the firm’s Construction Manager Jimmy Poore has overseen in his career.

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Salt-Flax Restoration Update

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Wilson-Covington continues restoration of the 1814 Salt-Flax shop and home in Old Salem, Winston-Salem, NC. Currently work is under way to shore the framing of the home and dig out the front three foundation walls. This will allow for installation of modern CMU walls that can be waterproofed, allowing for living space under the front shop of the structure. The existing stone and brick foundations were structurally failing. Original material will be used where visible to show visitors and guests the construction of the home while allowing for 21st century amenities in the basement.

Other work in progress includes framing repair and replacement on the main level of the home and roof replacement. The roof will be re-roofed with pressure treated pine shakes to mimic the original wood shakes.

Wilson-Covington Begins Work on Handy & Handy Orthodontic Office

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Wilson-Covington has been engaged to build a local “second-generation” project — a 7,500-square-foot office in Kinderton for Handy & Handy Orthodontic Specialists.

Clay V. Ring, Wilson-Covington’s president, was the project manager for the 1972 construction of Handy & Handy’s main office on Hawthorne Road, working with Dr. Thomas Handy. Executive Vice-President Hayes Wauford, who is Ring’s grandson, is now managing the Bermuda Run project, working in conjunction with Handy’s son, Dr. Gordon Handy. The office is scheduled for completion 2nd quarter 2014.

Built In Bookcases for Winston-Salem Residence Complete

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Wilson-Covington has completed the installation of custom-built bookcases in a Winston-Salem residence’s den/sunroom. This work included fabrication to fit a unique space around larger windows, painting, and installation. Wilson-Covington further installed beaded paneling on the ceiling of the room over older ceiling tile to complete the room’s makeover.

Here is a photo of this same wall before installation:

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And two more completed shots:

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Wilson-Covington Completes Installation of Recycling Center- Old Salem

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Wilson-Covington is pleased to complete the installation of a new recycling center in the Old Salem Historic District, Winston-Salem, NC. The fence boards are rough-sawn white oak boards and nails are from Tremont Nail Company.