T A Loving Co

By: Bubbajunk.com

The company provides complete construction and pre-construction services for the general building, utility and bridge/heavy trades and first ventured into this business in 1925 as a small bridge contractor. From there, it grew into one of the leading building, utility, and bridge/heavy contractors to date. 
The T.A. Loving Company has three operating divisions- building division, offering a full range of construction services on commercial building construction projects, specializing in Healthcare, senior living facilities and institutional projects as well as higher education and church work. Water lines, sewer lines and water and wastewater treatment plant work are taken care of by the company's utility division and small bridges and heavy concrete foundations the areas covered by the company's bridge-heavy division. 
Goldsboro, NC is host to the head office from where the company effectively serves public and private sector clients in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina and Tennessee. The company services include Pre-Construction Services, Demolitions, Renovations, Built-To-Suits, Additions, New Construction and Design Build.
With its beginnings as a bridge contractor, T.A. Loving Company has successfully completed dozens of crossings in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida and is credited to having erected nearly every major water crossing along the Outer Banks region of the North Carolina coast. Some of the companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s diversified interests have yielded great results in the Heavy Division, of which, the noteworthy ones include Waterfront Development & Redevelopment, Marinas, Seawalls, Walkways, Piers, Docks, Bulkheads and construction of Heavy foundations.
The company also serves as a contracto,r regularly involved in the construction of projects for the University of North Carolina system, along with North Carolina Department of Transportation projects. So, T. A. Loving Company understands the importance of developing ongoing relationship with minority subcontractors who are recognized as Historically Underutilized Businesses and strongly encourage minority participation since they have tasted success through their good faith efforts to recruit and contract with HUB firms.