At long last PCCI has joined Instagram! Check out some of our favorite past projects, current jobsites, and more (hint: our adorable pups) @pcciri.
Find Parker Construction in the upcoming Boston Design Guide!
This past weekend Parker Construction participated in this year’s Canstruction® Providence competition. PCCI’s Dave Sachs and Mike Houle joined DBVW Architects, Odeh Engineers, and Herrick & White Architectural Millworkers at Providence Place in support of Rhode Island Community Food Bank. Their nautical design won both "Best Use of Labels" and took home the overall “Jurors Favorite” award!
All of the Canstruction® designs can be seen at Providence Place until March 26, at which time all of the canned goods will be donated to the RI Community Food Bank.
For more information see the article HERE from the New England Real Estate Journal.
Parker Construction demonstrates its commitment to preservation by sponsoring Rhode Island Preservation Celebration & Rhody Awards! PCCI has long endeavored to preserve and restore historic homes, landscapes, and buildings with an understanding that our little state is home to a wealth of significant historic sites.
The Audrain Building was honored at this year's Rhody Awards, capping off PCCI's year in historic preservation and restoration.
New England Home is hosting an exclusive, invitation-only event at the Audrain Automobile Museum to celebrate the renovation achievement by Parker Construction and Herrick & White.
Parker Construction’s President, Glenn A. Parker, took some time to speak with Patrick Anderson of the Providence Business News (PBN) to discuss how his company’s reputation and unique way of doing business has allowed Parker Construction to withstand the pressures of a recovering economy through innovation and a focus on building lasting relationships with our clients.
PBN, founded in 1986, has been a constant mainstay of business news and information in the Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts area. Parker Construction is proud to be a part of its January 21-27, 2013 Issue.
Be on the look out for an upcoming article featuring Parker Construction, its exciting new projects, and how its found success through hard work, quality craftsmanship, and client satisfaction.
Learn more here Projo Business upcoming (pdf)
Parker Construction is pleased to announce that we have been chosen for the feature cover story in the April edition of Builder/Architect Magazine's Rhode Island edition. We are honored and delighted to be the featured builder in this issue. Our commitment to quality craftsmanship will be highlighted in the full-color spread, giving us an opportunity to showcase some of our work.
Builder/Architect is a sixty-nine year old publication read by Architects, Designers, Landscape Architects, and the building industry trades in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
One of our favorite homes, a major historic renovation, was recently featured in Southern New England Home! Be sure to pick up a copy! In the meantime, please download the article here.
Our College Hill renovation was recently featured in The Providence Journal.
Parker Construction is excited to announce that they are ranked in the Top Ten of General Contractors in Rhode Island by Providence Business News. Parker Construction is known for their reputation as a quality residential builder, and are thrilled at this very impressive ranking.
To see more, check out this week's issue of Providence Business News.
*please note: you must be a subscriber, or a purchaser of their Book of Lists to view the story online.
Our renovation in the Fox Point section of Providence's East Side was featured in a gorgeous feature in this season's issue of Rhode Island Monthly's Home and Garden Magazine. Check out the article to see how we helped transform a former bishop's residence (circa 1835) into a modern, stylish home, perfect for entertaining.
This Old House Magazine has caught on: “Somebody finally figured out how to control the weather.” A recent issue reviews our innovative tenting so that workers can continue through out the winter months without losing a work day due to weather.
And what's better, “you no longer have to wait till spring's thaw to get your addition built.” Instead, homeowners get to enjoy their home in time for the summer season without interruption.
We are pleased to announce two of our projects have won silver and bronze in Rhode Island Monthly Magazine's 2008 Design Awards for Residential Renovation. We are very proud and privileged to have worked with the collaborators on both projects. Our congratulations to the other winners!