Awards And News


Langston Construction Co. of Piedmont, LLC ranks on the Inc. 5000 List

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies-the Inc. 5000 With a 64 Percent Three-Year Revenue Growth, Langston Construction Co. of Piedmont, LLC ranks on the Inc. 5000 list for the 2nd consecutive year. Thank you to all Langston team members for making this accomplishment happen! NEW ...

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Langston Construction Awarded Greenville Water Contract

Langston Construction is thankful to have been awarded the contract for the Greenville Water Highway 86 and Ashmore Bridge Road Water Crossing Project. We look forward to working with Greenville Water and WK Dickson to continue building and improving the infrastructure that supports our communities....

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Greenville Water Hillandale Ground Storage Tank Project

Construction is complete on the new Greenville Water Hillandale 1.25 Million Gallon Ground Storage Tank. We are thankful to have worked alongside AECOM who provided engineering on the project. Langston Construction is proud to continue building infrastructure that supports our communities....

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Craft Development

As part of Langston Construction’s commitment to developing our craft’s knowledge and technical skills, Langston conducted the first of several courses on Plan and Blueprint reading. The training included the history of plans and drawings, different types of drawings, interpreting details, specifications and their relationship to drawings, and a construction ...

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Langston Continues Women In Construction Celebration

As a continuation of Women in Construction week, Langston Construction and Sunbelt Rentals extended the opportunity of equipment operation instruction to Langston’s Women in Construction. Many thanks to Chris Wills and the Sunbelt Rentals Anderson, SC branch for helping to coordinate this event.               ...

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Volunteering with Leadership Greenville at West Greenville School

Several of Langston’s team members volunteered their time with Leadership Greenville to assist with rebuilding West Greenville School’s chicken coop by reinforcing the chicken coop framing, replacing all the old chicken wire, and building an entire new roosting structure.  “The mission of West Greenville School is to provide the variety ...

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Construction Safety Week – Thank You!

Our industry is embracing safety more than ever, most especially with the outbreak of COVID, and every worker in our industry deserves a big thank you.  The efforts of all our workers are reducing risks and accidents on our projects.  This week we have been discussing the importance of total ...

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Construction Safety Week – OSHA Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

OSHA has set its annual National Safety Stand-Down event to prevent falls for May 3-7. It marks the eighth year that OSHA has held the event that encourages employers to talk to employees about fall prevention and fall hazards, one of the top safety violations cited by inspectors. “Companies can conduct a ...

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Construction Safety Week – Be Safe, Be Well Rested

Safety is a value that we all need to practice, not just in the workplace, but at home too.  From fatigue to drug abuse, we need to embrace safety in everything we do.  Are you or a coworker working so many hours that you are too tired to work or ...

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Construction Safety Week – Be Relentless

Preventing injuries means relentlessly paying attention to risk.  Using mind and body to always make safety number one.  Executing the fundamentals is critically important.  It starts by wearing full PPE 100% of the time.  It means going back to the basics by learning and embracing hand safety techniques.  These practices ...

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