Cullum Mechanical Construction, Inc. was founded in 1972 by Furman R. Cullum. For over 40 years, the corporation has offered plumbing, process piping, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, electrical, engineering, and maintenance services to customers throughout the Southern United States. Through steady growth and development of support services, Cullum completes over $30 million of work annually, employing in excess of 300 personnel.
On May 1, 1999, Cullum Mechanical Construction, Inc. positioned itself to be more flexible and responsive to rapidly changing industry trends. The core operation has been restructured, adding two wholly owned subsidiaries: Cullum Constructors, Inc. and Cullum Services, Inc. The two new corporations have been formed to place focus on individual client needs and to carry out the core duties of the organization. Cullum Mechanical Construction, Inc. serves as the parent of the subsidiaries, offering support and leadership to the entire Cullum family of corporations.
|R. Christopher Cullum
Cullum Constructors, Inc. is a full service construction company. We are a subsidiary to Cullum Mechanical Construction and sister company with Cullum Services, Inc.
|F. Rudolph Cullum
Cullum Services, Inc. is a full service maintenance company. We are a subsidiary to Cullum Mechanical Construction and sister company with Cullum Constructors, Inc.
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Congratulations to Scott Nance and Sam Stouffer
Cullum Services, Inc., Greenville office - kicked off its six-week Dale Carnegie session of World Class Customer Service. The training program is consistent with Cullum Services, Inc.’s values; being client focused by providing extraordinary services and better solutions every time. Congratulations to Scott Nance for winning the Participation Award in Greenville. Also, congratulations to Sam Stouffer of the Charleston office for winning the Reporting Award for his report on using the techniques learned in their last class. ( Pictured: on left-Scott Nance; middle-Sam Stouffer; right-Greenville group in class)