Magazine 'builds up' Martin Horn
The Charlottesville construction company that built the Charlottesville Pavilion and rebuilt Scott Stadium has been recognized for its success by Virginia Business magazine. The publication named Martin Horn a 2007 Construction Leader based on its volume of business.
"We're really lucky to be here with the university and everything else that's going on," company president Jack Horn, Jr. said, noting that repeat business and established relationships have contributed to Martin Horn's expansion.
The family-owned company has grown from doing $700,000 of business in 1979 to grossing over $50 million in 2007. All of the company's projects were in Charlottesville and Albemarle County last year, and Horn says that isn't likely to change. "We like being local and working in this area," Horn said.
Martin Horn is currently building a new Rosewood Village assisted living facility and the Claude Moore nurse's education building for the University.