Who We Are

Eutaw Construction Company, Inc. was founded in 1980 and is named for the strong Eutaw clay prevalent in Northeast Mississippi. Thomas S. Elmore, company founder and former president, settled in Aberdeen, Mississippi where he came to work as a Project Manager for Granite Construction Company. He was overseeing the construction of the Aberdeen Lock and Dam built on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.

Since its founding in 1980, the Company’s heavy equipment fleet has grown to an approximate appraised value of $35 million. Also, Eutaw now employs over 400 salaried employees, comprised of management, division personnel, field supervisors, foreman, operators, and skilled laborers. 

Today, the Company is led by its chief executive, the President, Bobby Elmore, who has decades of experience in all aspects of the management of the company.

Eutaw’s experience in the industry includes the construction of hundreds of miles of state and federal highways, utility projects, large-scale site construction, demolition, and disaster relief. Eutaw is licensed or has performed work in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. The Company’s corporate headquarters is in Madison, Mississippi, and it has regional offices in Aberdeen, Mississippi (North Mississippi), Petal, Mississippi (South Mississippi), and Franklin, Tennessee (Nashville area).  

Hundreds of miles of highways completed


We have the people, the experience, and capacity to get the job done safely.