Commercial Builder in Harford County, MD
Since 1950, our family-owned business has specialized in the design and construction of commercial buildings in Harford County, Baltimore County, and throughout Maryland. For over 70 years, we have built offices, retail shops, churches, warehouses, firehouses, and educational facilities with outstanding craftsmanship and integrity. Thanks to our reputation for quality, about 75% of our commercial work is obtained through referrals and repeat business. If you are looking for a trusted company to make your building project a success, please contact us.
Mount Zion Baptist Church
When the congregation in Havre de Grace outgrew their original building, they sought to develop a new 6-acre campus in Aberdeen. Phase 1 included a sanctuary (for up to 700 people), an educational space, offices, and a warming kitchen.
Senator Bob Hooper House
One of our hallmark community service projects, this hospice house was the first of its kind in Harford County, Maryland. Learn More
Corner at Beards Hill
This former automobile dealership property was redeveloped into twin retail buildings, with a combined 20,5000 sq. ft. The stone-and-brick architecture is accentuated by standing metal roof accents, stylish roof cupolas, and window canopies.
Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company
The fire company’s all-brick facility consists of approximately 26,000 sq. ft., including 10,000 sq. ft. for a community hall and commercial kitchen.
Ebenezer Baptist Church
This congregation decided to construct a 3,500 sq. ft. addition to accommodate up to 180 people. The addition features a beautiful vaulted ceiling.
This stand-alone building was designed to accommodate the needs of both the congregation and the local community. The 3,500 sq. ft. community facility/fellowship hall has a warming kitchen and a cathedral ceiling with a cupola.
Harvest House is a short-term transition home in Harford County for men who are recovering from substance abuse. When Jarrettsville Builders learned of the need to totally renovate their building, we felt led to volunteer as Project Manager. Learn more about this community service project.