A Woman-Owned Construction Partner

Projects Bidding
Lounge at the Dye Clubhouse
Subtle Sophistication on North Carolina's Coast
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A Cultural Asset in Historic Downtown Wilson
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Delivering NC State’s First Design-Build
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Complicated Renovations for NC's Flagship University
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Our Core

About Us
  • We have high ethical standards.
  • We work hard.
  • We deliver quality work.
  • We treat everyone like a customer.
  • We treat employees better than anywhere they’ve ever worked.

“We really felt the team listened to our needs, was communicative and helpful in navigating tough decisions on options. We were impressed at the communication, problem solving skills, and willingness to research new options to help us achieve the right cost, and functionality we need, resulting in a cultural asset for Wilson County and beyond."

Cathy B. Hardison, Executive Director
Wilson Arts

"Muter Construction pulled together with all their teams and worked through the pandemic of COVID-19 and above-average rainfall for the year. Their consideration and professionalism to keep staff and visitors safe was outstanding. I am happy to say that Muter Construction exceeded everyone’s expectations and really helped to make this project a success.”

Angel Barnes, Capital Projects Manager
Orange County, North Carolina

“From the beginning, your entire team provided great dedication, direction, and always kept the university’s interest at the forefront. As the project moved forward with opportunities to replace and renovate a building
with years of deferred maintenance and equipment that was beyond its lifecycle, Muter Construction provided the highest level of workmanship, attention to detail, and excellent daily onsite supervision.”

Joel Witherow, Construction Manager
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

"Thank you for your partnership with the State of North Carolina, and our office, to renovate the Hawkins-Hartness House. We have been so impressed by the craftsmanship and detail that has gone into this renovation. It is exciting to see the house shine again after so many years of neglect."

Dan Forest, Lieutenant Governor
State of North Carolina