Forge Commercial Construction announces the relocation of its offices to 217 East Stone Avenue in Greenville after four years of growth in the Upstate. “2021 has been an exciting year for our company,” shares Forge President, Rachel Johnson. “Along with our rebranding in January from ‘Rollins-PCI of the Carolinas’ to ‘Forge Commercial Construction’ our team has grown, and we have now permanently relocated our offices to Stone Avenue.”
With the new brand and new offices, Rachel’s team is reasserting its commitment to serve the Upstate.
“We have worked across South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida over the years,” shares Director of Business Development, Matt Irwin. “While we will continue to do so, our main focus is the Upstate – working with national, regional, and local partners in finance, healthcare, office, retail, and hospitality right here at home.”
The general contractor focuses on high-end interior upfits, along with small to medium-sized new construction projects in the commercial sector. Recently, Forge has worked with brands ranging from TD Bank, Six & Twenty Distillery, and LaRue Fine Chocolate to Hallmark, Advanced Dermatology, Charles Schwab, and Upstate restaurant, Parsley & Mint.
This work is led by President, Rachel Johnson. With 15 years’ experience in the industry, she oversees a veteran project management team and diverse group of trade partners.
According to Johnson, “There are several great commercial general contractors in Greenville. It is our dedication to overservicing projects that helps set us apart.”
To this end, Irwin shares, “Our company mantra is ‘Forge Ahead, Together.’ We live this by working closely together with our partners to make sure all parties are informed at all stages of the project, delivering results on-time and on-budget.”
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