The Daily Record named Linda Sue “Susie” Comer one of Maryland’s Most Admired CEOs at an awards ceremony on November 9, 2023.
Our Annual Employee Appreciation Event was held on October 14th at the Jarrettsville Manor Memorial VFW Post 8672. Team members brought their significant others for a night of food, prizes, and camaraderie.
Working directly for the City of Aberdeen, Comer Construction extended the waterline from Long Drive to a previously installed waterline under Interstate 95 in Aberdeen.
The BBB of Greater Maryland named Comer Construction a finalist at the 2023 Torch Awards for Ethics. These awards recognize organizations that exemplify outstanding ethical practices and demonstrate an unwavering commitment to integrity in their operations.
Responsible for providing administrative support to the project team, maintaining project records, and ensuring that project schedules and deadlines are met.
Responsible for providing support to Estimators in quantity of take-off, estimating software, reading plans and specs and bidding.
Comer Construction was awarded the Schooley Mill Park Riding Arena in February of 2023 to remove the old riding arena surface and replace it with a new surface. The new ring is designed to provide better drainage and improve the footing material for the horses at this well-used park amenity.
Community Fire Company of Rising Sun hosted a Touch-a-Truck on August 12, 2023 which included Comer Construction trucks and giveaways.
Comer Construction participated in Harford County’s 2023 National Night Out festivities on August 1. We brought an assortment of our construction equipment and tons of giveaways for the kids.
Comer Construction prepared the site for the Bel Air Town Hall and Maryland State Police Station Addition and Renovation. Work included excavation, grading, and utilities.