We build stuff

Take a walk around the University of Virginia, stroll the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, or drive out any country road in Central Virginia, and you’re likely to see a Martin Horn project. Apartment buildings, amphitheaters, hospitals, homes, churches, schools, stadiums: We build stuff.

Over the last forty years, we’ve built a $50 million construction company known for integrity, reliability, and skilled management. When owners have challenging jobs, they call Martin Horn. We believe in this community and enjoy being an active part of it.

Testimonials

  • Lindsay Dorrier III,  VP of Retail Operations, Bold Rock Hard Cider

    I have now worked with Martin Horn on two significant renovation projects and each time they were a pleasure to work with, extending professionalized guidance and high quality general contracting services at a reasonable cost.

    I would highly recommend Martin Horn to any business considering new construction or renovation projects, you will not be disappointed!

    - Lindsay Dorrier III, VP of Retail Operations, Bold Rock Hard Cider
  • Robby Knoll, Building Management Company

    Martin Horn is a complete and comprehensive general contracting company with the ability to handle highly complicated and sophisticated projects, along with straight-forward simple projects. They are highly qualified at all levels of the organization from project management to each member of their team in the field. I have also found them to be very proficient in a design-build approach to construction.

    - Robby Knoll, Building Management Company
  • Craig Beecroft, Beecroft & Bull

    Interviewing a firm other than Martin Horn for our 2nd project in Charlottesville was a mere formality. My standards are high – as expected, the work was done beautifully and on time.

    - Craig Beecroft, Beecroft & Bull
  • Carter Robertson, Farmington Country Club

    I’ve been involved in commercial construction for over 30 years as project manager, estimator and now an owner’s representative. I’ve worked for many general contractor’s in those years and in my opinion Martin Horn is the finest contractor I’ve ever worked for and with.

    - Carter Robertson, Farmington Country Club
  • “The Highest Quality”

    I had had the pleasure of working with Martin Horn, Inc. on a recent interior renovation at one of our Assisted Living Communities. Their Project Team kept the project running seamlessly and finished the work ahead of schedule. They accommodated all of our requests and the Residents in our Community could not believe how quiet they were. The finished product is of the highest quality. I will seek out Martin Horn, Inc. again for any future construction projects.

    Andy Sullivan
    Commonwealth Assisted Living

    - “The Highest Quality”
  • William L. Anderson, President, Board of Directors, Camp Holiday Trails

    I want to thank you for your company’s exceptional work on completing our camp’s pavilion shelter in time for our opening this season. Not only did you keep the costs extremely low, but you also made a significant donation to the camp. You have our heartfelt thanks for this unexpected generosity.

    - William L. Anderson, President, Board of Directors, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Richard B. Laurance, Project Director, Carl Smith Center Expansion, Scott Stadium, UVA

    As the past months have shown, your company can meet critical completions, no matter how tight the schedule. I was pleased to see your supervisors support not only your contractual obligations but also make sure that the extra effort and cooperative attitude was there to provide a quality product.

    - Richard B. Laurance, Project Director, Carl Smith Center Expansion, Scott Stadium, UVA
  • Richard R. Cohen, Senior Project Manager, ARA Services

    With less than complete drawings and specifications, Martin Horn realized all of the goals, on time and within budget. Your professionalism, flexibility, and honesty, although anonymous to many, earns “a job well done” from all who benefited from your talents.

    - Richard R. Cohen, Senior Project Manager, ARA Services

Recent Posts

21 Nov 2019

Groundbreaking Ceremony | SOCA

Yesterday Martin Horn joined The Soccer Organization of the Charlottesville Area (SOCA) for the groundbreaking of their new Field House. The new facility will be the permanent home for SOCA and provide all-weather playing spaces for soccer participants year-round. “This project has been many years in the making.  We are excited to make the facility […]

19 Nov 2019

Groundbreaking Ceremony | The Colonnades by Sunrise Senior Living

Yesterday was a momentous occasion at The Colonnades by Sunrise Senior Living. Our team joined Sunrise in kicking off construction of their new expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony. The project logistics are in place and official groundwork will begin in mid-December. The 8,000 SF expansion will create a number of new spaces for The Colonnade […]

18 Nov 2019

Farmington Country Club, Utilities Transformation

  We’re sizing up Farmington Country Club’s utility relocation site with our recent drone video. Our team is preparing to set a backup generator that will supply power to the entire club in the event of an outage. It’s no easy feat to set the 15-ton generator via boom crane, but our trusted field staff […]

8 Nov 2019

A Bird’s-eye View

The Point Church has seen many changes since our last update. The most visible change being the DensElement sheathing, which was expertly installed by EPC builders. EPC’s team worked quickly to get the building “in the dry” which resulted in a strong shell and watertight seal. Exterior stone veneer was completed on the large terrace […]

22 Oct 2019

550 East Water Street Earns Merit Award from AIA

550 East Water Street earned an AIA Award of Merit in the “Contextual Design” category. “This project claims its own identity while still successfully responding to its site between the rail tracks and street. It’s a wonderful example of a good urban infill.” -AIA Virginia Find out more about the AIA Design Awards here: https://www.aiava.org/2019-design-awards-announced/ […]