FAQ

Who is Harold K. Jordan & Company?

HKJ is a general contracting service specializing in building residential communities and commercial housing properties for the public and private sector throughout the Carolinas and Virginia since 1989. The company has built over 14,000 multi-family homes, plus numerous hotels, student housing, and senior housing since it first began.

What general contracting services does Harold K. Jordan & Company provide?

HKJ is a full-service general contractor. We specialize in wood-frame multi-family housing construction, both market-rate and tax credit, as well as student housing and senior housing. Additionally, we have a Hospitality division specializing in hotel construction and a Renovation division that redevelops mills, apartments and historic tax credit structures into affordable, energy-efficient, modern dwellings.

Where does HKJ work?

We have offices throughout the Carolinas, including Raleigh, Winston-Salem, Charlotte, Wilmington, and Charleston.

Sustainability is important to many these days. What has HKJ Construction done to make its projects eco-friendly?

All our team members are educated and trained in the requirements and implementations of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified construction projects, and we have five in-house LEED Accredited Professional employees. From the LEED-certified projects we have completed, we have adopted a number of energy-efficient and ecologically friendly practices as standard operating procedures at each of our active construction sites. These include waste material diversion from landfills, setting up recycling bins on the projects, and utilizing energy-efficient framing practices and duct leakage tests.

What is HKJ’s business philosophy?

HKJ is best known for our word. We meet our commitments and stand behind our work. We recently turned over units to our clients on time, despite an extremely tight schedule and bad weather. Another client was given a deadline for obtaining the required Certificate of Occupancy, which happened to be four months earlier than our contract required. With around-the-clock effort, we were able to complete the project on schedule.