Heartland Contracting is a family owned, full-service, MWBE certified, commercial construction company based in Indian Trail, NC. Focused on building longstanding relationships and unwavering trust with our partners, subcontractors, and suppliers, we bring an honest and positive approach to our business that has helped our company grow into one of the most transparent and respected companies in the area. This approach serves as the foundation in everything we do.
Heartland Contracting was founded on February 18, 2004, servicing the Charlotte area, but our construction experience dates to 1972. We specialize in commercial construction renovations and out-of-the ground projects – all with the focus of providing reliable service and quality solutions – from concept to completion, on-time and on-budget. A single point of contact throughout the construction project, our experienced project managers oversee project scope, scheduling, and procurement. Our team of experienced craftsmen allow us to self-perform many tasks, and our office administrative staff provides support and assistance to all our team members, ensuring your project runs smoothly.
As a licensed General Contractor in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee, Heartland Contracting has become a strong regional player, which allows us to provide exceptional service to our partners in an extended region.
You can never go wrong doing what is right.
This philosophy drives our business and our commitment to our clients to do what is in their best interest. Heartland’s success isn’t gauged by the size of the projects we perform but rather on the long-term relationships we build with our partners. We will never compromise our integrity for profits.
- To impress you with the integrity and quality of our people and projects
- To do conscientiously and consistently what is in our clients’ best interest – exceeding expectations and creating lasting relationships
- To nurture and provide for our employees
- To honor Christ in all things.
Choosing organizations that minister hope and salvation as a result of a Biblical world view, is critical to determining who we support.
These are just a few of the organizations to which we support:
- The Salvation Army
- Charlotte Rescue Mission
- Samaritan’s Purse
- St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- Wounded Warrior Project
- American Family Association
- NC Family Policy Council
- Focus on the Family
- Family Research Council
- Prison Fellowship
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Tunnel to Towers Foundation
- NC Faith & Freedom Coalition
- Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
- Judicial Watch
- Hillsdale College
- Woodsun Center
Having years of experience in the construction industry, we were aware of the need for qualified minority general contractors and subcontractors and had experienced first-hand the difficulty of finding them. Judy and Don recognized that with their combined experience and qualifications they could fill that void — the hard-to-find contractor who not only had the paper credentials but could also do the work!
Heartland was initially certified in 2004 by the City of Charlotte as a Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise. On July 1, 2009, the Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) launched a new Statewide Uniform Certification Program (SWUC) to which we were automatically transferred into. We have maintained our minority status ever since.
Don and Judy Moore oversee the daily business and construction team working alongside Darrell Pace, CEO, and Mark Fasser, COO. Together, they make Heartland a company that is competent, conscientious, and honest. We unapologetically refuse to make compromises or take shortcuts which result in a product less than what the customer deserves. We practice doing what is right by our customers, every time and on every project, fully believing that we can never go wrong doing what is right.
Having personally benefited from being a minority firm, Heartland is committed to identifying and using competent minority subcontractors on our projects. We have consistently ranged in the 15-25% minority participation on our projects and continue to identify areas of improvement.