NC Farm Bureau Insurance Ground Breaking

Farm Bureau Ground Breaking

On March 23, 2021, NC Farm Bureau Insurance celebrated the ground breaking of the new 4,200 square feet Office Building.

The new location will be located on Beacon Drive in Winterville, NC, just down the road from where the Pitt County Farm Bureau is currently service customers in the West Fire Tower Village Shopping Center.

The new building will be a Wood frame, wood truss building with brick veneer and a metal roof. It will consist of eight offices, a parking lot, a covered entryway porch, kitchen, and board room. The project is expected to be completed in the Winter of 2021.

Trenton Volunteer Fire Department Ribbon Cutting

Trenton Fire Department Ribbon Cutting

On October 8th, 2020, Trenton Volunteer Fire Department celebrated the ribbon cutting of their new 14,128 square feet, $2.3 million fire station.

The new station is located at 436 Hwy 58 in Trenton NC, just down the road from their old station of 65 years, which flooded during Hurricane Florence.

The new station is a Nucor pre-engineered metal building with brick veneer and metal roof. It consists of five drive through apparatus/truck bays, a large training room, commercial kitchen, day room, dispatch room, conference room and offices for the Fire Chief, Assistant Chief and Secretary.

The project was funded through grants by the Golden Leaf Foundation and USDA.

2019 Safety and Service Awards Banquet

2020 Safety Committee Members (L to R): Bill Farrior, Jr., Mike Folen, Derek Williams, Chris Cruz, Brett Davenport, Scott Fussell, David Norville, and Will Evans. (This photo will be the header on the Safety Program page as well as the photo used on the Homepage write up.)

Farrior & Sons, Inc. honored employees on January 30, 2020, at the Farmville Country Club for their achievements in safety and years of service in the year 2019.

President, Bill Farrior, Jr., opened the festivities with comments on this special occasion and the company’s outstanding safety record. A delicious banquet meal followed, catered by Debra Dail of Debu Catering. The speaker for the evening was Mr. John Felts, a comedian with a wholesome entertaining group called Trusted Speakers. Mr. Felts treated the audience to amusing entertainment while also highlighting the importance of maintaining a safety culture.

Bill Farrior, Sr. made a notable speech appreciating the company’s ambitious origins almost 60 years ago emphasizing the need for continued safety and was optimistic for what endeavors lie ahead.

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Farmville Public Library Ground Breaking

Public groundbreaking at the Farmville Library

On October 30th, Farrior & Sons joined Farmville Public Library staff, along with Farmville Town Council Members, in celebrating the ground breaking of the new $4.9 million, 16,775 SF Farmville Public Library. The new library will replace the town’s original library that has been a part of the town’s history at its current location for more than 65 years.

The new library will be a structural steel and metal building with brick veneer, polished stone and metal roof. It will consist of a large general multimedia spaces, genealogy room, meeting rooms kitchen, computer rooms, children’s workrooms, and a café. The project is expected to be completed in the Spring of 2021.

Eastern Radiologists: New Diagnostic Imaging Center Ribbon Cutting

Volunteer Trenton Firemen with shovels and hard hats performing a groundbreaking ceremony

On October 8th, Eastern Radiology staff, local dignitaries and Farrior & Sons celebrated the opening of the new $3.4 million, 18,000 SF Eastern Radiology: New Diagnostic Imaging Center. The new building is located at 2101 W. Arlington Blvd., Greenville, NC. The building structure is of conventional steel, and the exterior consists of metal stud framing, brick veneer, and metal panels. The roof is constructed with metal panels.

The interior of the building consists of various medical office spaces, such as exam rooms, laboratories, and recovery rooms. Also, X-ray rooms, CT rooms, preparation rooms, ultrasound rooms, men’s and women’s rooms, administration and managerial offices as well as a large nuclear room.

Trenton Volunteer Fire Department Ground Breaking

Volunteer Trenton Firemen with shovels and hard hats performing a groundbreaking ceremony

On October 7, Farrior & Sons joined Trenton Volunteer Fire Dept., along with State Fire Marshall and Commissioner of Insurance, Mike Causey, and many other local Emergency Management Officials, in celebrating the ground breaking of the new $2.3 million 14,128 SF Trenton Fire Department. The new station will replace their nearly 65 year old station just down the road that was flooded last year during Hurricane Florence.

The new station will be a pre-engineered metal building with brick veneer and metal roof. It will consist of five drive through apparatus/truck bays, large training room, kitchen and day room, conference room, and offices for the Fire Chief, Assistant Chief and Secretary. The project is being funded through grants by the Golden Leaf Foundation and USDA. The project is expected to be completed in the Fall of 2020.