Martin-McGill Refocuses Company With Changes in Partnership

Martin-McGill and Sister Company Part Ways to Embark on Exciting New Future After a successful 30-year partnership, Martin-McGill, Inc., will end our services contract with our longtime sister-company, McGill Associates, P.A., an engineering firm. The objectives and needs of both companies have changed, and it has become apparent that our future is best served if... [READ MORE]

Martin-McGill Assists City of Shelby with Park Improvements

The City of Shelby will soon see multiple improvements to its beloved City Park.  City Park annually draws tens of thousands of visitors to recreational activities from all over Cleveland and surrounding counties.  Shelby is redeveloping a playground area that will encompass Universal Design standards and become a true recreational resource for ALL citizens.  The improvements,... [READ MORE]


Faced with challenges from an aging water system that involved issues like discolored water at the Fallston Elementary School and high levels of iron and manganese, the Town of Fallston was encroaching on a dire public health situation. The Town was unable to flush the system as recommended, due to lack of funds and a... [READ MORE]

Town of Fletcher Revitalizes Plans for the Future

After years of making strides to becoming a stronger community, the Town of Fletcher has re-focused its vision for creating a formal town center. The Town is preparing for development beginning within the next three years. In 2014, Martin-McGill assisted the Town with managing and overseeing the launch of FletcherTownCenter.org, a new website that would serve as... [READ MORE]

Siler City Nets $2M CDBG-I Grant

Martin-McGill Assists With Successful Application The Town of Siler City recently learned it was the recipient of a $2,000,000 Community Development Block Grant – Infrastructure (CDBG-I), 100% funded through this program, in order to construct improvements to its wastewater collection system. Martin-McGill, Inc., assisted the City with applying for the CDBG-I grant, which is funded through... [READ MORE]