Trained not to fail.
Our core values include: integrity, communication, transparency and pride in ownership. It’s an easy transition for our veterans, as all military branches instill this same creed. Veteran or civilian, we hire people who share this same mentality to deliver creative solutions on time and on budget.
Build to Serve.
Companies cannot thrive on profits alone. Serving the community is woven into our fiber. We want to be relentless in our pursuit of giving back.
Walk in the client’s shoes.
We don’t ever want to be the company that forgets what it’s like to be the customer.
No value in excuses
Our job is to deliver results, in spite of difficulty.
Plan for the long term
Success is not measured in the short term. When the economy rises and falls, we strive to plan wisely for the future of our clients, employees and sub-contractors alike.
Authenticity is our brand.
We prioritize humanity to create an unforgettable, genuine environment that is hard to replicate elsewhere. We’ve created an atmosphere where employees want to come to work, support each other, have fun, and do good.
Chris Eccleston - President
Chris served six years in the U.S. Navy as a Nuclear Machinist Mate. Upon returning home, he merged the skills he learned in the service with his lifelong interest in construction, and was quickly hired by local contractor Gillis Gilkerson. During that time he earned a bachelor’s degree in construction management from University of Maryland Eastern Shore, LEED AP certification for the development of sustainable ('green') buildings from the U.S. Green Building Council, and is currently working on his MBA from Salisbury University.
Named one of "Top 40 Under 40" in 2012 by Building Design + Construction Magazine, he is currently on the boards of Lower Shore Enterprises and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. He is a past member of the boards of directors for both the local Habitat for Humanity chapter and the Salisbury Lions Club.
Daniel Mills - Vice President
Daniel Mills served ten of eleven years active duty and is still is a member of the Air Force reserves. He is an Inflight-Refueler and completed a recent deployment last March. Prior to joining the Air Force, Daniel worked in the construction business in his home state of Mississippi. He is a graduate of Southwestern College and is pursuing a Masters in Business.
Daniel received the honor of Senior Airman Below the Zone after 18 months of service, a title usually given only after three years of service. After this (ahead of schedule) promotion, Daniel was awarded Airman of the Year in 2009. He also became NCO (Non Commissioned Officer) of the Year, awarded in 2014. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors for Lower Shore Enterprises.
Daniel and his wife Kyle live in Salisbury with their three children, Sydney, Harper and Tighlman.