Distinguished by integrity. Dedicated to results.
At Neagley & Chase, we provide exceptional commercial construction services with a tradition of honesty and sincerity that has distinguished us for over 35 years.
As one of Vermont’s most experienced and respected construction companies, we lead the way in highly specialized construction for a broad spectrum of industries. With proven expertise and an unwavering dedication to our clients, we can take on the most demanding projects, often without disrupting critical workflow and production.
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A look inside Neagley + Chase
We are leading the industry in evolving current construction practices, and we are proud of our solution-oriented approach and demonstrated successes.
Mark Neagley starts Neagley Construction Company with headquarters at 82 Church Street in downtown Burlington, VT. Mark combines his high-quality carpentry skills, with his hands-on and collaborative approach — cornerstones of the company’s longstanding values.
Work begins on the St. Johnsbury Wastewater Treatment Facility as the company’s first wastewater project. Vital treatment facilities for municipalities and communities become a focus for specialized Neagley teams.
Tom Chase joins the firm as CEO forming Neagley & Chase Construction Company (NCC) with headquarters at 1150 Airport Drive in South Burlington.
A portrait of Mark Neagley (left) and Tom Chase (right) commemorates their new business partnership.
NCC starts work on its first manufacturing project in Georgia, VT for Vermont Fasteners. This begins a decades-long path of industry expertise in process facility renovation and construction.
NCC begins work on its first public school project at Smilie Memorial School in Bolton, VT, laying the groundwork for nearly 30 more educational projects over the next 25 years.
Neagley & Chase invests in industry-leading software for estimating, scheduling, and project management. Efficiency, workflow, and accuracy see immediate benefits.
A crucial project is completed for the Plattsburgh Air Base Redevelopment Corporation. The first of many projects supporting the robust manufacturing economy of the North Country.
Neagley & Chase expands service in the Northeast beginning with the first of many projects in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire. A new bus terminal for Premier Coach is constructed in Warner, NH.
Neagley & Chase constructs a new office headquarters and moves to 66 Bowdoin Street in South Burlington. The larger, custom-designed, and energy-efficient facility provides crucial amenities and a dedicated shop space for custom production tasks.
Andrew Martin joins the firm as CEO and Tom Chase assumes role as NCC’s Chairman of the Board.
Portrait of Mark Neagley (left), Tom Chase (center), and Andrew Martin (right) commemorating their new business partnership.
Project Engineers have a unique opportunity to advance their careers with diverse, field and project management experiences. Program participants thrive and develop into integral parts of our successes.
Completion of Shelburne Library marks NCC’s first high-performance building meeting the Passive House Institute’s Standard for Air-Tightness.
Rob Higgins named Vice President of Neagley & Chase Construction.
Demonstrated growth and expertise in high-performance envelopes, MEP Systems, renewable energy systems, and healthy materials furthers NCC position as a sustainability leader in the region.
NCC extends its focus on historic preservation, process facilities, multi-family housing, educational and commercial projects. Relationships with award-winning architectural and engineering firms along with talented subcontractor and trade teams are strengthened.
Continuing a tradition of committed leadership Andrew Martin, Mark Neagley, and Rob Higgins begin the next chapter of company stewardship.
Tom Chase retires as NCC’s Chairman of the Board.