|About Chris Woodall, President
I can still remember as a child getting up early and heading off to work with my Father, founder of Woodall Construction, and helping out on the job sites. Those days provided valuable experiences that help me now understand what is required to build a quality home and the work ethic to get the job done. While earning a degree in Business Administration from North Carolina State University, I was afforded the opportunity to take Design classes at one of the leading Design schools in the world which helped me understand the physics
|and engineering behind building homes. This opportunity also allowed me to learn the fundamentals of decorating and making things flow and work together. Soon after graduation I earned my General Contractor’s License from the State of North Carolina while working full-time for my family’s business. In 1997 I became president of the family business and have been working to continually improve it. We are now focusing on building more energy efficient homes that will actually save our customers a house payment over a 12 month period by savings on energy bills. Imagine living in a home that will actually pay you to live in it while helping protect our environment. Due to my high standards, I have had one of my homes featured in the magazine “At Home with Donald Gardner” on two different occasions and have won several awards in the Wake County Parade of Homes.
Not only have I continued my father’s tradition of excellence, I value my affiliation with the following key local associations that help me stay informed of the most up to date technological changes and trends:
– The Raleigh/ Wake County Home Builder’s Association
Woodall Construction Company, Inc. is a valuable part of my life. However, there are other aspects that point to my high ethics and community concerns. I have been happily married since 1993 and now have 2 teenage boys. I have coached local athletic teams and volunteered at my sons’ schools. I served as a deacon in my home church and am currently in charge of Carpenter’s Hands, a subsidiary of Community of Hope which is a non-profit organization that provides help to the less fortunate in our community.