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Curtis Construction Company, Inc., a regional commercial roofing and sheet metal contractor located in Kinston, North Carolina. We provide new construction roof installations, roof recovers, complete roof removals, roof maintenance, and emergency leak repairs.

Thank you for considering Curtis Construction Company for your roofing needs. Our well trained staff will be pleased to provide you with prompt, professional service at your request and to help provide you with a safe, leak-free environment at your facilities.

Curtis Construction Company, Inc., Announces The Hiring Of Eddie Lester

Industry Veteran Will Bring Experience and Outstanding Customer Service To Area

Brent Anderson
Evolve, Inc.

Kinston, NC, December 3, 2012 – Curtis Construction Company, Inc., a commercial roofing and sheet metal contractor headquartered in Kinston, North Carolina, announced today that it has appointed industry veteran Eddie Lester to the position of Estimator/Project Manager. In his new role, Lester will actively pursue lucrative contracts throughout the company’s regional footprint by attending pre-bids and leveraging his expertise to estimate new jobs competitively. As much a project manager as an estimator, he will also be responsible for organizing crews, materials and equipment and planning installations to ensure that all executions are completed to specifications in a safe, timely and cost effective manner. Lester will operate out of Curtis Construction’s corporate office in Kinston, attending to bids and projects throughout Eastern North Carolina from the Virginia to South Carolina borders.
Lester has more than 19 years of experience and has executed more than $80M in contracts in the Mid-Atlantic region including large-scale projects for both the private and public sector. His prior work afforded him the opportunity to manage construction and renovation projects for multiple trades, including the healthcare, education, commercial office, hospitality, and retail industries. Before joining Curtis Construction, Lester served as the chief estimator/project manager at Greenville Contractors, Inc. for over 19 years. Prior to that role, Lester spent 10 years working as a lineman for Pike Electric and served four years in the US Navy.

Lester’s proficiency in the field renders him capable of managing the contracts currently earned by Curtis Construction that range in size from routine repairs and leaks to million dollar roof replacements. The company serves a wide scope of clientele, from local businesses to Fortune 500 companies and has recently completed jobs for: Sanderson Farms Hatchery and Processing Plant (Kinston, NC), (the) College of Textiles, North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC) Seaspray Condominiums (Atlantic Beach, NC), Jenkins Fine Arts, East Carolina University (Greenville, NC) and Womack Hospital, Fort Bragg (Fayetteville, NC).

Ken Tetterton, President of Curtis Construction Company, stated of Lester’s hire, “We are excited to welcome Eddie to the Curtis Construction team. His leadership, management skills, and knowledge of the market and community will further position our company as the preferred commercial roofing and sheet metal contractor in Eastern North Carolina.”
“It is an honor to have been asked to join the team at Curtis Construction,” stated Lester. “I look forward to further expanding the company's growth regionally and being part of such a special group of people who are committed to providing the highest level of expertise in the commercial roofing industry."

Helping out

Kinston company donates roof work to Havelock Boys and Girls Club

June 25, 2010 12:00 AM
Freedom ENC

HAVELOCK — Thanks to the work of a Kinston company, teenagers at the Boys and Girls Club in Havelock will now be able to play basketball and other games without water dripping on their heads.

Curtis Construction Company completed roof repairs last week, fixing the 30-year-old roof that had been leaking for just about a year.

“It was time to be revitalized,” said Ken Tetterton, owner of the Kinston company that got help from Best Distributing to do the work.

He sent workers Enrique Diaz and Saul Ramirez to Havelock to coat the entire metal roof with Elastomeric Coating and reinforce the seams in the metal roof.

About two years ago, Tetterton’s company was working on a project at a Carteret County school when a Boys and Girls Club board member approached him about the leaking roof in Havelock.

Tetterton agreed to do a five-minute appraisal and then agreed to do the job for free.

“We looked at it and we just said ‘If you let us work at our own clip, we’ll coat that roof just to support the Boys and Girls Club, just to support the community,’ ” Tetterton said.

“We’ve done work at Cherry Point for years. We’re in and out of there every day. We’ve worked there for 40 years, so we feel a real sense of being part of the community.”

Gerrod Green, director of the Havelock Boys and Girls Club, was impressed with the company and its workers.

“It’s just showed me how the community comes together during these times,” he said. “It was a great thing for the organization and a great thing for the kids.

“The roof was leaking in several spots through the gym in different corners and over the game room for more than a year.”

Liesa Smith-Barefoot, executive director for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Coastal Carolina, said the group had a bid for $15,000 to have the roof repaired two years ago.

“Obviously, it is an absolute blessing and we so appreciate it happening,” she said. “That’s a tribute that the community of Havelock does take an interest in the kids. The Boys and Girls Club is part of the community, and it takes a community to make the Boys and Girls Club happen.”

Work on the building is not complete, she said, adding that the insulation must be replaced. She said the Cherry Point Officer Spouses Club has contributed to that cause.


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