Bill Farrior, Jr.

Bill’s passion for the construction industry developed at an early age. He learned the strong morals and values exhibited by his father, Bill Farrior Sr. and his grandfather, Hugh Farrior Jr., who started the business in 1962.

Bill joined the family business upon graduation from East Carolina University with a B.S. Degree in Construction Management in 1989. Since then, he has been involved in all areas of the business with a focus on field operations.

In January of 2003, Bill became President of Farrior & Sons, Inc. Bill is committed to see his family-owned, Christian based business succeed for many generations to come. He is excited to have the fourth Generation working in the company. He has served on many boards over the years and helped with numerous community events and organizations.


Bobby L. Evans

Bobby began with Farrior & Sons, Inc., in 1988 after graduating from Pitt Community College with an Applied Science Degree in Architectural Technology. He is Vice President in charge of Administrative Operations as well as Corporate Secretary and he heads up our Pre-construction service team, Estimating, Drafting and Design Build.

His responsibilities include public and private bid projects as well as design/build projects, including church, medical, educational and industrial facilities.

In his 34 years with Farrior and Sons, Bobby, has assisted over 550 customers with pre-construction services.


Tim Randall

Tim Randall provides a lifetime of valuable experience to our firm. As a Pitt Community College and East Carolina University alumnus, Tim is a 38-year veteran of the general contracting industry with experience in project management and estimating.

He is responsible for establishing timely and accurate construction cost estimates for commercial buildings.

Tim served as the 2000-2001 President of the Coastal Plains Chapter of the Professional Construction Estimator’s Association.


Scott Fussell

Scott received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Management from East Carolina University in 2001, and he started with Farrior & Sons, Inc. in 2002 as a laborer.

He was soon promoted to Job Site Superintendent where he managed several extensive medical facility projects.

Scott exhibited the skills and knowledge that Farrior & Sons, Inc. requires of its Project Managers, and was promoted to Project Manager in 2006. His dedication to producing a quality-built project benefits both the customer and the company.