Panhandle Builders

Community Comes First

For Panhandle Builders & Excavating, the community comes first. The community in which we operate is an essential component to our developmental planning. We strive to be an active member in our surrounding community – to give back to the community that has given our company so much throughout our history. Our goal is to promote our team values of honesty, integrity, reliability, commitment and teamwork by participating in local non-profit organizations. In addition to our corporate commitment, team members are encouraged to offer their time and talents to benefit various groups in events. In 2007 Panhandle Builders & Excavating was recognized as the corporate philanthropist of the year by the Eastern Panhandle Community Foundation.

Recent Contributions Include:

  • Spring Mills Park – donation
  • Dupont Park – donation
  • Apollo Theater – donation
  • Berkeley County Library – land donation
  • Poor House Farm Park Equestrian Center – site and building donation
  • Martinsburg Boys & Girls Club – labor and materials donation
  • Hedgesville High School – parking lot donation
  • United Way – Safe haven Child Advocacy Center – labor and materials donation
  • Emmert Field Youth Football Complex – labor and materials donation
  • Habitat for Humanity – labor and materials donations

Supporters Of:

  • All-American Soap Box Derby
  • Amazing Grace Fund
  • American Red Cross
  • Bedington Volunteer Fire Department
  • Berkeley County Parks and Recreation
  • Berkeley County Schools
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Chamber of Commerce of Martinsburg
  • City Hospital
  • Eagle Promise
  • Eastern Panhandle Home Builders Association
  • Eastern WV Community Foundation
  • Home Builders Association
  • Hospice of the Panhandle
  • KPP
  • Make a Wish Foundation
  • Martinsburg Little League Association
  • Panhandle Home Health
  • Ray Miller Memorial Fund
  • UAW
  • United Way of the Eastern Panhandle
  • V.F.W. Port 896
  • West Virginia Sheriff’s Association