Va. construction contractor upsizes Roanoke office
Atlantic Constructors doubles its space
Chesterfield County-based commercial and industrial contractor Atlantic Constructors Inc.’s Roanoke team moved this month into a renovated building double the size of its previous office and shop/warehouse space.
The building at 1302 Rockland Ave. NW is 32,000 square feet. Property records show that ACI Suffolk LLC purchased the building for $1.95 million on Sept. 14, 2021. ACI also purchased 18 acres surrounding it to allow for future expansion.
“In 2013, we opened our Roanoke division, and in the years since, we have grown substantially and successfully executed on many projects throughout the surrounding area,” ACI President Terrence Kerner said in a statement. “With smart and strategic growth, and a strong pipeline of regional projects on the horizon, we felt it was time to invest in a larger and more functional space for the good of our ACI team and for the customers we serve.”
ACI’s Roanoke location now has 100 employees, up from three in 2013. The Roanoke team includes project managers, office personnel and tradespeople.
Along with its Roanoke and Chesterfield County locations, ACI has offices in Newport News, Sterling and Suffolk, and it has more than 1,000 employees. The company won the $20 million contract for mechanical and plumbing work on Radford University’s new Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity, as well as the $4.3 million plumbing, mechanical and electrical contract for Virginia Tech’s Hitt Hall.