Educational Construction

Avis Construction is a general contractor with decades of experience in educational construction.

Whether your project requires new construction, expansion, or even detailed historic renovation, Avis is equipped to accommodate the needs of any educational construction project.

Webber Hall Virginia Western Community College

Roanoke, VA

Claude Moore Educational Complex

Virginia Western Community College

Cave Spring High School In Roanoke, VA

Cave Spring High School

Roanoke, VA

Theatre 101, Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA

Round Hill Elementary School

Roanoke County, VA

Windy Gap Elementary School

Franklin County, VA

Franklin County Workforce Development

Rocky Mount, VA

Forest Park Elementary School

Roanoke, VA

Russell Hall, Radford University

Radford, VA

VMI Science Building

Lexington, VA

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

Wallace Hall, Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA

Edwards Hall New River Community College

Dublin, VA

Achievement Center

Roanoke, VA

George Wythe High School Gymnasium

Richmond, VA

Snowville Elementary School

Pulaski County, VA

William Clark Middle School

Fincastle, VA

Tutor Time

Richmond, VA

We've been building with Butler® for over 50 years.

Avis Construction is proud to be an authorized Butler Builder®.


Design Options

As an authorized builder for Butler Manufacturing Company, Avis Construction Company represents the leader in design and manufacturing of pre-engineered metal building systems.



Avis Construction’s relationship with Butler Manufacturing spans more than 50 years.

Let’s start a conversation.

Our team takes a no-pressure, consultative approach to new projects. We’d love to hear more about your plans and see if Avis Construction is the right general contractor for your needs.

Featured Project:

Theatre 101, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA


Performing Arts Center

The facility is home to the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA.


Building History

The building opened in October 2009. It and the adjacent Henderson Hall, renovated at the same time, are the university's first LEED-certified buildings.