Parrish Construction Opens Warner Robins, Ga., Office

Words: Dan KamysParrish Construction Opens Warner Robins, Ga., Office

Parrish Construction Group has opened a Regional Specialties Division office located in Warner Robins, Ga. Parrish and the Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce are hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 11:30 a.m.

Parrish Construction Group continues to grow and expand its local and regional presence. Since Parrish’s inception in 1995, the focus has been to provide clients with a high level of expertise coupled with strong project leadership. The firm consistently completes quality projects within or ahead of schedule, an important asset for clients.

The effort to expand into additional markets has brought Parrish to Warner Robins with the Regional Specialties Division. This team is uniquely positioned to serve key regional markets. They extend the same exceptional level of customer service with emphasis on the individual requirements of each market with support of the full resources of Parrish Construction Group.

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