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comerlogo_rgb_horz-e1487771970164Comer Construction Inc.

A women-owned contracting company located in Harford County, Comer Construction has a long list of specialties that includes demolition, land clearing, sediment and erosion control and road construction.

Comer’s mission, according to its website, is “to perform for our customers the highest level of quality construction services at fair and market competitive prices.”

Company President Linda Sue (Susie) Comer has been with the company since it was started in 1982 by her father, J. Marvin Comer, as J. M. Comer Construction. In 1998, she and her two sisters bought the company and renamed it Comer Construction Inc.

Comer Construction is certified by the Maryland Department of Transportation as a Minority Business Enterprise, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and Small Business Enterprise.

Annual company sales are in excess of $30 million, and its portfolio is diverse.

The company has done work on athletic fields and parks in Baltimore, Cecil and Harford counties.

It has done commercial construction in all of those counties and more, including a Wegmans store, in Harford County, the Elkridge Fire Station, in Howard County and the Maryland School for the Blind, in Baltimore City.

Comer’s list of residential construction includes the Apartments at Winters Run, in Bel Air, Greenfields, in Middle River and Scenic Manor, in Havre de Grace.

Its roster of schools, churches and day-care facility projects includes Dundalk Elementary, the Empowerment Temple, in Baltimore, and Towson University.

This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's 2020 Excellence in Construction & Real Estate awards.