Our Richmond office supports the entire Central, Southwest,
Eastern, Southern and lower Shenandoah Valley areas of Virginia. We have been
managing large, complex, phased building construction assignments in the
Commonwealth of Virginia for more than 30 years, including major federal,
institutional and private sector work. We have an extensive database of
Virginia-based subcontractors and suppliers that we utilize for all Commonwealth
assignments. Gilbane is a Class "A" licensed Building Contractor in the
Commonwealth of Virginia.
Notable building construction clients
- The University of Virginia
Virginia Commonwealth University
College of William &
Virginia Commonwealth, Dept. of General
- Virginia Tech
- Richmond CenterStage
- Virginia Community College System
- John Tyler
Community College, and
- Tidewater Community College
Richmond construction company employment opportunities, visit the Careers page.
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University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce Rouss & Robertson Halls Project
Gilbane provided construction management service for the development of a 147,590 SF academic complex at the southeast end of the Lawn, integrating the complete renovation of Rouss Hall, McIntire’s former home, with the construction of a new building behind Rouss. Two classrooms in Rouss Hall are shared with the College of Arts & Sciences as a primary location for a variety of world-class collaborative programs.
VCCS John Tyler Science Building
John Tyler Community College Science Building U.S. Green Building Council has awarded the College LEED Silver Certification for John Tyler Community College’s Midlothian Campus’s new Science Building, making it the first college in the Virginia Community College System to earn such recognition.
James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center
New 200,000 SF administrative office, classroom, state-of-the-art simulation teaching laboratory and research laboratory space to meet the needs of the James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center.
Virginia Performing Arts Richmond CenterStage Foundation
Virginia Performing Arts Richmond CenterStage Foundation Construction of a new performance hall, a 1,200-seat venue that will feature adaptable seating and staging.