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Aug 8, 2022

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To explain our tagline, you must start with our humble beginnings. Brawley was founded right here in Wilmington in 1992. And for the past 30 years, Brawley has been right here. During this time, we have seen steady growth and success … everywhere but in our hometown. Wait, what???

For much of our company’s history, Brawley has focused its time serving US military clients across the country and around the globe. We started as a furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) installer and interior design firm providing these solutions for our military hospitality customers. That business grew to include light renovations such as hotel upfits. Eventually we became a full-fledged general contractor, renovating US military bases both close to home (Camp Lejeune and Shaw Air Force Base) and far away (Pearl Harbor, NAS Pensacola, among others). In 2016, Brawley added Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to our portfolio, allowing us to provide a turnkey telecommunication design and installation for customers that is future ready.

In 2021, Brawley made a critical investment with the idea in mind to take our 30 years of experience with our federal customers to our customers right here in North Carolina. To do so, we opened a second office in Raleigh focused on the commercial market. Most recently, we doubled down and invested in our local team in Wilmington to serve commercial customers in our own backyard…and our efforts are paying off.  We’ve got several exciting projects in our pipeline, from municipal and education, to multi-family and state construction.

How many firms do you know that can build your building, design beautiful interiors, and provide the information and communications technology all in house? Brawley can.

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