Firms’ growth and expansion efforts continue with second North Carolina location.

CHARLOTTE, NC (April 12, 2021) – Evans General Contractors (Evans), an Atlanta based construction firm, with expertise in general contracting, project development, and design-build services, completes tenant improvements on new office in Charlotte, North Carolina. The SouthPark location at 6101 Carnegie Boulevard, is now open for business. With 3,300 square-feet, the office provides Evans with the space needed to continue operating at the level of service expected of the firm.

“Opening an office in Charlotte has been a long-term goal”, said RT Evans, President and CEO. “Not just because of the area’s stable economy and job pool, but for the past 5 years, Evans local project volume dictated us to make a more permanent presence”.  

To further enhance Evans’ relationship with local partners and clients, as well as support the company’s continued growth in the area, plans to establish an office started last year. The firm hired Chad Marshall, Project Executive, to oversee local project execution, lead business development efforts, and negotiate space for the company to lease. Evans chose the Carnegie building due to its established location and proximity to local developers with whom the firm has completed several projects.

The new office is a mix of shared common areas and professional spaces that foster collaborative interactions. Having already brought on key players, the firm still looks to grow the Charlotte team by hiring additional Project Managers, Estimators, and administration professionals.

“We are a full-service location with a particular focus on the design and construction of manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences, food and beverage, corporate environments, and distribution and logistics facilities,” noted Marshall. “Charlotte affords Evans’ ample opportunity to expand our foothold in those markets and we look forward to continued business in the area”.

Evans announced they would be opening an office in Raleigh, North Carolina earlier this year with plans to be fully operational in the Research Triangle this Spring.