Cary Business Company Profile: Montague Development

Montague Development LLC’s key to success is all in the family. As a family owned and operated business, this local company has remained committed to serving the community’s construction needs for nearly half a century.

It provides Cary residents and businesses with utility, grading and site development services. Specializing in projects of all sizes from sidewalk repairs for local merchants to full site development for major industrial campuses, the company’s goal is “to provide the best possible service on schedule, on budget, with the least amount of complications for the client.” In doing so, it has secured an extensive and loyal client base.

Montague Development is known by its customers as much for its dedicated work ethic as it is for the long-lasting family tradition. In 1962 Harvey Montague founded Montague Building Co., which focused on community and residential grading and building. His son, Bryant Montague, joined forces in 1994 to expand the company’s services to include utility work and total site development, creating what is now Montague Development. Together they have more than 60 years of industry experience, and many on their team members have been with the company for more than 10 years.

During this time of economic uncertainty, Montague Development has relied on these family ties and well-established relationships to persevere.

“This economy has been unlike anything my generation and even dad’s generation has ever seen,” said Bryant Montague, manager of Montague Development. “Without our faith and our family, I would have closed up shop. It is my relationship with my family — their support and encouragement — that has helped me to continue even in the face of these difficult times.”

Harvey and Bryant recognize the importance of community service outside of their business as well. Both are avid supporters of WakeMed, Wake Technical Community college and the YMCA. Harvey currently serves on all three boards. Bryant gives back every Wednesday night by cooking meals for his church. This vision of community service and involvement has been passed down through generations.

“I have always been taught that to whom much is given, much is expected. I try to apply that both personally and professionally,” said Bryant. “We are very blessed and giving back through service, time and talent — that is what it is really all about.”
 

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