Gillis Gilkerson - Construction Managers / General Contractors
150 West Market Street, Suite 200, Riverview Commons, Salisbury, MD 21801
Phone: 410-749-4821 - Fax: 410-749-7934
The Valley Proteins project includes a 20,000 square foot metal building with split face masonry to be used as a vehicle maintenance building, a 1,000 square foot precast concrete building for a truck wash facility and a 9,000 square foot conventional steel and masonry building that will be used for office space. Special truck lifts in the maintenance building will be installed along with a fueling station and truck scale.
What Our Clients Say
“(Gillis Gilkerson) made the entire construction process amazingly simple for us. They handled all the phases of the process … (and) there was always a construction foreman on site providing supervision. The best part of all was the final result – a well-designed, quality built office building.”
~ William R. McCain,
MBC – W.R. McCain & Associates, Inc.
“Dwight Miller’s … knowledge of pricing and quality gave us one of the nicest office structures in Salisbury. Thank you Gillis Gilkerson!”
~ Edward J. Williams,
Peninsula Cardiology Associates, P.A.
“Your generosity of time, energy, employees and community service has enabled our patient to have safe, reliable access in and out of her home to continue dialysis three times a week. The ramp also provides an exit for the patient in the event of an emergency.”
~ Thelma Price,
Deer’s Head Center Kidney Dialysis Unit
“I have had the good fortune to work with Gillis Gilkerson on construction projects over the past six years. These projects were both on and off-site and ranged from small renovations to multi-million dollar projects. All of the projects have been successful and completed within budget.”
~ John O. Carothers,
Nanticoke Health Services
“The Gillis Gilkerson team should be commended for attention to detail and determination to produce a job done right. Whenever there was a question of the requirements, it was approached reasonably, rationally and resolved quickly.”
~ W. Frank Brady,