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V & H Construction


Po Box 126
Fort Edward, NY 12828
Last Updated: September 27, 2016




About V & H Construction

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Rob Holbrook and Don Valentine, owners of this multi-faceted construction company take great pride in their quality of work as well as maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction. The V&H field staff has extensive experience among the many phases of construction. You can trust them to complete your projects with a high level of professionalism. We also maintain an excellent working relationship with the major subcontractors in our area and rely on them to provide our customers with the same level of commitment that we provide. We recently purchased and relocated to an office and warehouse on Fort Edward Road in the Town of Moreau. This expansion has benefited our growing office staff and allows for even more room to grow in the future.

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V&H’s portfolio is made up of many diverse projects from car dealerships and medical facilities, to manufacturing plants and even custom residential homes. We delve deep into the commercial and industrial building section as we are the franchised Butler Building Contractor in the area. Our staff has over 35 years of experience with Butler Building Products. Not only do we specialize in the building of them we also have an extensive background in the large scale renovation and remodeling of these commercial and industrial buildings. Our custom home division specializes in the construction of higher-end homes with unique building requirements, and we have extensive experience with timber frame designs. Working with our design associates, we provide design-build services to complete your projects to your schedule needs.

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• Commercial construction

• Light industrial construction

• Custom home building

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