Polk, North Carolina (NC) Heavy Construction, Except Building Construction - Contractors Companies

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Sheehan Construction Co
167 Red Fox Rd.
Columbus NC 28722
(828) 894-3664
Hipp Asphalt Paving
PO Box 243
Saluda NC 28773
(828) 749-9276
Hipp Asphalt Paving
P.O. BOX 243
Saluda NC 28773
(828) 749-9276
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Tryon Public Works
423 N Trade St.
Tryon NC 28782
(828) 859-6880
D & S Asphalt
265 Hugh Champion Rd.
Tryon NC 28782
(828) 894-2778
Shehans Grading
P.O. BOX 64
Mill Spring NC 28756
(864) 457-2077
Justin Halford's Grading
266 Toney Rd.
Mill Spring NC 28756
(828) 894-5230
Owensby's Backhoe Service
265 Owensby Ln.
Mill Spring NC 28756
(828) 894-3636
Steppe Construction Inc
4149 Highway 9 N
Mill Spring NC 28756
(828) 625-4722
Odel Paving & Construction
4789 Big Level Rd.
Mill Spring NC 28756
(828) 625-4363
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