Shockey Recognized Among Top Regional and National Contractors

Every year, construction industry organizations and trade industry publications administer a series of detailed surveys to large general contractors across the country. These surveys compile and rank the top general contractors by revenue. In 2022, we are pleased to report that Shockey has been honored with a record number of appearances on these lists, including the prestigious ENR and BD+C rankings.

“Shockey’s talented team continues to grow its core business by focusing on work we do well. Being recognized as industry leaders across the breadth of our markets is a real honor. Delivering a happy client, however, will forever remain the goal of the work we do every day — as service providers, happy clients are our lifeblood,” says Shockey President Jeff Boehm.

2022 Rankings

What’s Next?

“These last few years have tested the resiliency and resourcefulness of the construction industry as a whole, and I’m extremely proud of the way our team has risen to the challenge for our customers,” says Boehm.

Shockey continues to serve clients in its legacy markets in the Shenandoah Valley and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. To the south, Shockey is forging ahead with large projects in Richmond and Southside Virginia. Meanwhile, the company’s planned growth in the DC Metro area is also accelerating. Shockey is currently building across Fairfax, Prince William, Stafford, and Loudoun counties. This robust expansion is also taking the Shockey team further into suburban Maryland, with new projects in Baltimore and Annapolis.

Shockey is one of the oldest, most experienced, and most respected construction companies based in Virginia. The company works in locations throughout Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia and is also licensed in North Carolina. Shockey primarily serves clients in the education, healthcare, senior living, commercial, parking, manufacturing, and industrial markets.  The privately-held company recently celebrated its milestone 125th year.