McCrory Construction Promotes David Babb to Senior Project Manager

Columbia, South Carolina — McCrory Construction has promoted David Babb to Senior Project Manager. Babb has over 20 years experience in the construction industry with most of his construction career in project management. He is currently working at the new headquarters of Broad River Electric Cooperative, Inc. in Cowpens, South Carolina. Additionally, Babb is project managing a 130,000 square foot state-of-the-art technology center for a toolmaker, also located in upstate. During his two years with McCrory, Babb successfully delivered several installations over 100,000 square feet in the Carolinas.

“David has a strong work ethic and has proven to be a valuable leader on the projects he serves. McCrory is extremely proud to have someone like David who lives our purpose and core values ​​daily,” said Stephen Cooper, McCrory’s operations manager in Greenville.

Babb is a graduate of Clemson University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Construction Science and Management (CSM) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). He also holds an AS degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Spartanburg Technical College. Babb and his wife reside in Fountain Inn, SC

About McCrory Construction

McCrory Construction, headquartered in Columbia, SC with an additional office in Greenville (SC), is a full-service general contractor that has operated continuously since 1918. Licensed in 13 southeastern states, McCrory has served a range of private business and public sector clients across more than 3,000 general construction, design-build and construction management projects. Now under fifth-generation private ownership, McCrory continues to be a leading force in building retail, commercial, healthcare, multi-family and industrial businesses in the Southeast. To learn more, visit

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