Currently, we are offering our services to help with the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, Hampton Roads hasn’t been hit as hard as other areas. We are prepared to jump in and do what we can for our community. Whether it is erecting temporary hospital shelters or assisting with delivering medical supplies. Provost Construction will always be there for Hampton Roads.
Every weekday afternoon, thousands of people working in a Newport News municipal office or for Newport News Shipbuilding drive on 23rd Street to the Interstate 664 ramp, past a row of empty warehouses with distinct brick exteriors that have weathered and faded, and long sat in disuse….
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A cocktail bar and barber shop targeted at blue collar workers. A yoga studio and coffee shop accessible to anyone. These new businesses coming to the Railroad District won’t be your typical hipster joints.
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On Friday, February 28, 2014, Provost Construction and Jonathan were featured in the Virginian Pilot for volunteer work completed for Norfolk City Public Schools in coordination with Granby High School teacher, Nicole Harp. Harp spearheaded the “Inside Out Project” for her class, a global participatory art project in which participants were encouraged to display a portrait of themselves and make a statement to accompany their portrait. Provost Construction donated the use of the company’s 86-foot lift and a multiple-day time span, fighting adverse weather conditions, as well as unexpected complications with the project materials. The project ended up being a success, and three banners with Granby High students’ and teachers’ portraits were proudly displayed overlooking the 100 block of Granby Street.
Construction is underway, with an $88,000 project to renovate the space for dogs. It’ll nearly double the number of canines the shelter can hold. The cost of the renovation is paid for by private donors, the Hampton Roads Community Foundation, and Provost Construction Company Funding.
The William A Hunton YMCA for decades has worked to serve some of Norfolk’s population most in need of help: day care for over a hundred children, after school care, two meals a day for scores of children in the summer, food for kids who just drop by hungry, counseling and help for an entire community.