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Ben Stout Construction expands operations with purchase of building in downtown Fayetteville

By Staff Report, posted 6 days ago
 Ben Stout, the company’s leader and CEO, is renowned for his passion, vision, and unwavering dedication to excellence. 
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Ben Stout Construction, a leading residential home builder renowned for its commitment to quality and customer service, proudly announces its latest milestone: the acquisition of a prominent downtown building. This strategic move marks a significant step forward for the company as it relocates its operations to the heart of the central business district.

The acquisition of the downtown building, the former United Way building located at 222 Maiden Lane, signifies not only a strategic business move for Ben Stout Construction but also a testament to its enduring commitment to the Fayetteville community. With its new central location, the company is poised to continue its legacy of excellence and innovation while contributing to the vibrant fabric of downtown life.

As a family-oriented enterprise deeply ingrained in the local community, Ben Stout Construction has consistently demonstrated its dedication to delivering excellence in every project. With a steadfast commitment to staying competitive in an ever-evolving market, the company's decision to establish a presence in the downtown area underscores its visionary approach to growth and innovation.

 Ben Stout, the company’s leader and CEO, is renowned for his passion, vision, and unwavering dedication to excellence. 
Photo provided by: Ben Stout Construction

At the helm of Ben Stout Construction is Ben Stout himself, the company’s leader and CEO renowned for his passion, vision, and unwavering dedication to excellence. With a focus on empowering team growth, implementing systematic approaches, and assembling the finest talent, Ben drives the company forward with an ethos of continuous improvement and problem-solving.

In addition to his role at Ben Stout Construction, Ben Stout is also the visionary force behind Stout Land Development, LLC, a company dedicated to creating family-friendly developments and providing prime lots for builders and homeowners alike. His leadership extends beyond the realm of business, with notable achievements including nominations such as the Fayetteville Observer's 40 under 40, presidency of the Fayetteville Home Builders Association (HBA), and service on esteemed committees such as the North Carolina HBA nominating committee.

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