Carolina Cornerstone Construction, Inc. is a locally owned and operated general contracting firm, licensed in the State of North Carolina in the Building Classification. We maintain all required insurance and bonding for each project we are involved in. We believe in high quality craftsmanship with a personal commitment to each project and exceptional customer service.
Recognitions and Certifications
- Energy Star Certified Project compatible- over 50 homes built
- NC Green Building Health Built Home Program- 45 single and multifamily homes
- 6 Griffin Awards for Historic Renovations and Restorations
- Featured in Carolina Home and Garden Magazine
- Home Depot National Award of Excellence for Multifamily Green Building
Here's just a small sampling of the types of projects we work on.
HoUSING and SMALL BUSINESS
We at Carolina Cornerstone Construction do not define ourselves by the size or style of our projects, only by the quality of the finished project. Be it a small business, affordable housing, or a custom home, each project deserves and receives the same attention to detail and commitment to quality.
From duplex units to large condominium projects, Carolina Cornerstone Construction works with the owners and designers to integrate the projects with the surrounding area and provide a finished project to be proud of.
Working with the city of Asheville, Carolina Cornerstone Construction has been involved in the construction and restoration of some of the city's most beautiful and popular parks including Haw Creek Park, McCormick Field, Pritchard Park, and the river front at Carrier Park.
ADDITIONAL PROJECTS OF NOTE
We pride ourselves in our ability to work on projects of varying size and scope. This includes everything from remodeling 220 units for the Housing Authority to performing rural rehab for the Land of Sky Council. Carolina Cornerstone Construction has been involved in projects including the Aston Park Tennis Center, University of North Carolina at Asheville's Kellogg Center, construction at 12 Bones BBQ, and renovation of the historic Blesdoe Building in the heart of West Asheville.