Edifice

Edifice

“I am convinced that our successful outcomes are due largely to sticking to our ideals… by continuing to set high expectations and goals, we ensure successful outcomes are achieved while creating an enjoyable experience during the construction process and for years to come.”

N. Eric Laster
Owner
Edifice

Edifice

At Edifice, construction is as much about art as science. It’s about a strong vision and the creation of a structure with enduring qualities…it’s about creative problem-solving and the willingness to deliver above & beyond the expected…it’s about passionate teams and long-standing partnerships built on trust, performance and lasting value.

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CBJ
Top Charlotte
Contractor
MMCA with NCSA
Subcontractor Associations'
Contractor of the Year
Crowns of Enterprise
Charlotte Business INClusion's
Prime Contractor of the Year
One of the Nation's Top 400 Contractors
Grant Thornton
North Carolina Top Privately-Owned Business
One of Charlotte's Best Places to Work
2018 #1 Middle Market Leader
48 Awards for Project Excellence

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40 Up

After 40 years of corporate giving, we have created a program that encourages other businesses to invest in non-profit and community organizations.

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In the News


Play Button The Square at South End | September 2020

The Square at South End | September 2020

The Square at South End continues to impress. The parking deck structure is complete and the site cleared around it...
St. Joseph College Seminary in Mount Holly named General Contractor Project of the Year

St. Joseph College Seminary in Mount Holly named General Contractor Project of the Year

The Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABCC) announced that the 2020 GC Project of the Year, presented by Adams...
Supporting the Salvation Army Angel Tree Project

Supporting the Salvation Army Angel Tree Project

EDIFICE employees once again stepped up to bring a little holiday cheer to our smallest neighbors in need. Employees pitched in...