Monday, December 5, 2022

Spain Commercial Still Going Strong After 30 Years

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YORK – Spain Commercial, a general contractor that handles commercial construction and renovations in York County, has been in operation for more than 30 years. Founder and president Steve Spain is just as enthusiastic about it today as he was when he started the business out of his home.

His business, which is well-known on the Peninsula and throughout Hampton Roads and Central Virginia, continues to grow. The company recently acquired the old Coca-Cola distribution center on Seaford Road and is renovating it. Eventually, it will house the company’s cabinet division, flooring division, and feature a new showroom.

In a recent interview with Peninsula Chronicle, Spain discussed the growth of his business from humble beginnings, where it’s headed, his proudest moments, and what it’s like working with family members.

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