Weaver Commercial Contractor's News

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Weaver Commercial Contractor (WCC) believes the reason for their continued growth and success in the construction industry stems from their simple, yet powerful belief. “We believe we are in business to serve our customers; bottom line” said Pres./owner Ron Wenger, who sees servant leadership as a key component to customer satisfaction throughout every project.

Preferred Airparts Hanger

Weaver Commercial Contractor has started a new project for Preferred Airparts allowing them to expand their operations.  A new 11,098 sq.ft. hangar and a 4,200 sq.ft. workshop and office  will be constructed after site work and utility upgrades are complete.

Wenger Pipeline Shop & Office

Wenger Pipeline has partnered with Weaver Commercial Contractor for their Design/Build project of a 7000 sq.ft. service garage from Nucor Building Systems and a 2411 sq.ft. office building. This is an expansion project for Wenger Pipeline since they have out grown their current facilities.

Midwest Health Design/Build

Weaver Commercial Contractor is honored to add Midwest Health's new office project to our Design/Build itinerary.  Located at the corner of Agathon and 1st Street NW in Massillon, the office will be 9901 sq. ft.  Watch for a rendering to be added soon!!  Midwest was founded in 2000 to provide services and supports for persons with developmental disabilities.  They currently provide services and have offices in Stark, Wayne and Licking Counties as well as provide services in Knox and Muskingum Counties. Welcome Midwest Health!


Weaver Commercial Contractor is excited and honored to be listed at #69 in the United States for square footage of metal buildings erected in 2012.

Smithville Mennonite Youth Wing

On Sunday, April 28, 2013 a special service was held for the ground breaking at Smithville Mennonite Church for a 6,396 sq. ft. addition.  This addition will be dedicated to the Youth of the Church and is scheduled to be completed October 1, 2013.

Church on the Move

The much anticipated moving of the old Sonnenburg Mennonite Church went off with out a hitch on Tuesday April 2. Although it only moved a short distance, accross the road, it was a big move and just the first leg of a long journey for the old church built in 1907. The church is destined to become a part of the Kidron Historical Society's Sonnenberg Village located about 1/2 mile to the west at 13515 Hackett Road. The church weighs approximately 100 ton and there are more than 50 tons of steel girders under the church to support the move. The church will become the welcome center at the Sonnenberg Village with an addition to be added at one end for restrooms.

The Father's House Church

After an early morning fire in November claimed their church facility, The Father's House congregation has partnered with Weaver Commercial Contractor in a Design/Build project for a new 4,960 sq. ft. facility.  Final plans are in progress for a spring commencement.

Orrville Chick Hatchery Addition

Weaver Commercial Contractor has teamed up with Orrville Chick Hatchery in a Design/Build project for a 4,292 sq. ft. addition, 400 sq. ft. generator room and various modifications to their existing facility.  This addition allows them to increase the sorting and storage aspects of their operations.

"Old" Sonnenburg Mennonite Church Move

The Kidron Community Historical Society is teaming up with WCC for the historic move of the "old" Sonnenburg Mennonite Church to the Sonnenburg Village that has been created.  When the church is moved, it will serve as the "Welcome Center" to this historical village.  There will be restroom additions as well as electrical and HVAC upgrades done once the church is in place.  The weather will determine when this project commences.