LeChase celebrated its 75th anniversary and marked 20 years in North Carolina at an event on December 3. Employees, clients and business and community partners gathered at the Hi-Wire Brewing for the festivities.
During the event, Durham Mayor Steve Schewel presented a proclamation to CEO Bill Goodrich and Vice Presidents Jack Goodrich and Seth London declaring December 3, 2019 as LeChase Day in Durham County.
“LeChase’s achievements can be attributed to our unwavering focus on excellence and quality in everything we do. Our people are the best in the industry and are the reason for our success,” noted Seth. “We are also grateful to our clients for their trust, confidence and partnership. We’ve built our company’s reputation largely on their projects and we thank them for the opportunity to turn their visions into successful facilities.”
Recently earning the #9 spot on the Triangle Business Journal’s list of largest Triangle General Contractors, LeChase also ranks #23 on the Triad Business Journal’s list of Largest N.C. Metro-Area General Contractors. Notable recent projects include the City of Durham Police Headquarters; Durham Rescue Mission’s Ball Family Student Housing and Clegg Family Student Housing buildings; The Blue Light student housing, The Cypress of Raleigh Villas D and E; Lodge at Croasdaile Farm; and Duke University’s Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center, as well as renovation of its Craven and Crowell Quads.
“Our team takes special pride in these and other projects that create unique local assets. Our people consistently demonstrate that when you do the right thing, you get the right results for our company, our customers and our communities,” said Jack. “We want to thank our employees, customers, business partners and all stakeholders for providing us the opportunity to deliver our services. We look forward to continuing to build partnerships in North Carolina for many years to come.”