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Customer Assessments

“However highly I can recommend MarshBell Construction, it is not high enough. From our first interactions with Paul Westberry, the company’s CEO, and in every interaction with every person in the company since, we have only experienced professionalism and the highest quality of work and service. MarshBell made an intentional effort to understand our goals, needs, challenges, and constraints, and to put together the best solution for our unique context. Everyone in the company has been attentive, provided answers to all of our questions (or found them if they didn’t have them), and helped us think through questions we hadn’t even thought to ask! Throughout the process they’ve been clear communicators, creative problem solvers, and care about the success of our project as much as we do, working as partners and not just a company and client.If you have the chance to work with MarshBell, I certainly hope you will take advantage of the opportunity.”

– Greg Dover, Pastor, Augusta Heights Baptist Church

“Anderson University has now become the largest private university in South Carolina and the facilities Marsh/Bell has built for us have been key components to attracting new students and accommodating that growth. In all of our projects, we have found Marsh/Bell to be competitive in pricing, reasonable when it comes to changes requested, prompt and effective in communicating, and reputable.”

Evans P. Whitaker, Ph.D., President and Professor of Management

“… Your company helped us to stay within our budget, yet you maintained quality in the building. You have demonstrated a caring attitude, a helpful spirit, and integrity in the entire process of building our church.”

Foothills Baptist Church – Building Committee

“On the behalf of the Vietnamese Community, I would like to say thank you very much for supporting us and helping us to build a house of God which allows the Vietnamese Catholics to worship God in our own mother tongue. It is truly a home for us, a home far away from home.”

Rev. David Học Phan, OFM, The Vietnamese Catholic Diocese of Charleston

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