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Successful Builder to Occupy Coop Building
Bowling Green, Virginia June 12, 2019
Charles Culley, Jr., County Administrator
C. C. Carpentry, a residential framing contractor, was given approval to utilize the Coop Building on Rt. 1 and Rt. 207 by the Board of Supervisors after a successful Special Exception hearing on June 11.
C.C. Carpentry is owned by Chet Cary, and has been in operation since 1991; the business is currently located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The company will move to the Coop Building. Additional acreage around the Coop Building may also be developed for other business uses by late July.
C.C. Carpentry, Inc. prides itself on consistently meeting code and regulatory requirements, builder specifications and exceeding builder/homeowner expectations. C.C. Carpentry is an owner-operated company committed to quality work, service and getting it done right the first time, Mr. Cary wrote.
C.C. Carpentry has a Class A Contractors License in Virginia and is currently working in: Albemarle, Caroline, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Greene, King George, Louisa, Loudon, Manassas, New Kent, Orange, Prince William, Purcellville, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Chesterfield, and Richmond.
Mr. Floyd Thomas, Supervisor of the Mattaponi District said, “C.C. Carpentry is a well-established company with room to grow, and additional property to develop. The County looks forward to a long and prosperous relationship with them.”
The Coop Building is a 29,000 square foot building that housed the Culpeper Farmer’s Cooperative agriculture center prior to the last recession. The structure was designed for both warehouse and retail operations, making it especially challenging to market to companies that infrequently combine those operations.
Addition Information: Gary R. Wilson, Director, Caroline County Economic Development