About Us

We specialize in residential and commercial construction

Capability Statement

Curtis Wright Builders LLC does commercial and residential construction. Our company builds new commercial buildings and homes along with remodeling, renovations, additions and facilities maintenance.  Since 2010 we have worked with churches, property mangers, commercial retailers and numerous of homeowners in the most professional and effective manner, while finishing all of our projects on time. Our core capabilities  are self-performing rough & finished carpentry, drywall installation & repair, painting and providing general contracting services for small to large size projects. We are bonded and insured. Our company is also a member of the Better Business Bureau and Home Builders Association.

How We Got Here

Our goal is to constantly exceed client expectations through our steadfast professionalism, strong work ethic and strict attention to detail, timelines, budget and workmanship. Our excellent reputation in the construction industry and long-standing, strong relationships with subcontractors and vendors help minimize supply delays and labor shortages, ensuring that projects are completed on time and on budget. Our thoroughness and unfailing adherence to the needs and goals of each project, ability to work as a team throughout the project, and dedication to high-quality finished products are all hallmarks of our company.

How Far We've Come

Since 1998, Curtis Wright have gain his experience in the construction niche by working with several smaller projects as an individual. Once he was able to master the craft, he created one of nation’s fastest-growing, 100% minority-owned construction company. His expertise ranges the full gamut of commercial and residential construction services, and he is dedicated to exceptional customer service from project acceptance to project completion.

Why We Stay Here

The most important asset of our company is the reputation we’ve built with our customers, subcontractors and employees. The basis of our reputation has been built on managing expectations and adhering to a strong moral and ethical code of conduct. This code of conduct is instilled on everyone affiliated with Curtis Wright Builders. In addition to our dedication to a professional team approach and the ability to deliver a finished product of the highest quality, we feel it’s just as important to do the right thing every time.

The things we do


Renovations can often be subtle, improving on the existing building or house. or, they can be drastic, much like a remodel.

Rough and Finished Carpentry

Rough carpentry most be skilled in quickly erecting the structural components of a building, such as beams, posts, and rafters.  

Metal Framing

Metal framed partitions commonly used for fire-rated construction around columns and at beams.


Paint formulated with durable binder and pigment, making it suitable for exposure to weather.

Drywall Installation

Interior finish construction materials that are manufactured and installed in preformed sheets, such as gypsum wallboard


Lumber or panel products intended for use as the exterior wall covering on a house or other building.


Usually composed of the same materials and the same widths and thicknesses as batts, but is available in rolls.


The removal of earth, usually to allow the construction of a foundation or basement. The hole resulting from such removal.


Natural or manufactured building units of burned clay, stone, glass, gypsum, concrete, etc.


Roofing that uses polymer-based synthetic material in flexible sheet or liquid form as an alternative to traditional built-up roofing.

Concrete Slab

A concrete slab placed on grade, sometimes having insulation board or an impervious membrane beneath it.


A small room or private apartment, especially for study or consultations. A suite of rooms for exhibiting articles and curiosities.


The electrical requirements of a project, including power distribution, lighting, and low-voltage specialty wiring.


Installing in buildings the pipes, fixtures and other apparatus to bring in the water supplies and to remove water-borne wastes.


An HVAC system using two ducts, one for hot air and one for cold air. The air from these ducts is blended in mixing boxes before distribution.