Founded by Carroll E. Daniel in 1946, Carroll Daniel Construction Company is a commercial construction services firm based in Gainesville, Georgia. A native of Northern Virginia, Carroll settled in Georgia after completing his service with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Ft. McPherson, Georgia. Starting from a small rented office in downtown Gainesville, he built his company on a foundation of Integrity, Service and Performance, and the reputation he developed allowed the business grow to include work throughout the Southeastern US and a second office near Orlando, Florida.
Through the 1950's and 1960's Carroll Daniel worked on notable projects from pouring concrete on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, building the observatory atop Georgia's highest peak, Brasstown Bald Mountain, and building the campus for the new Lanier Technical College in Oakwood, GA in 1967. Our first new school project was the Susie Dasher Elementary school in Dublin, GA in 1951, and since then we have built more education facilities than any other type of project.
In the 1970's, 1980's and 1990's we continued to build schools, manufacturing facilities, churches and recreational facilities throughout Georgia and the surrounding states. Through the years, we have had the pleasure to build many of the places Georgian's learn, work, worship and play.
Today Carroll Daniel is in its third generation of family leadership and is one of Georgia's fastest growing Commercial Construction Companies. Our talented professionals embrace new methods, technology and innovation, but the foundation of Integrity, Service and Performance still defines who we are at Carroll Daniel Construction.