Last updated on July 4th, 2024 at 07:10 am

Gulfport is known for having numerous docking stations for boats, as well as thriving gaming, hospitality, construction, medical, and retail sectors. Some of its top employers include the US Air Force, US Navy, the University of Southern Mississippi, C Spire, and the Home Depot. 

Businesses looking to establish themselves in the area need a contractor with experience in industrial structures. For this reason, the list below includes the best industrial contractors in Gulfport, which are known for their technical skills and ability to complete complex projects.

White-Spunner Construction

2010 West I-65 Service Road S Mobile, AL 36693

White-Spunner Construction works to foster strong relationships and improve communities. It places importance on collaborating with clients while observing integrity to enrich the working environment. White-Spunner Construction is also careful to place value in people over profit. The firm provides work for the Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana areas.

The projects in White Spunner Construction’s portfolio total more than $4 billion in value. The firm’s success has allowed it to diversify its experience, which includes projects for the education, financial, government, healthcare, hospitality, multifamily, offices, restaurants, renovations and restorations, shopping centers, sports and entertainment, grocery, and warehouse and distribution sectors. 

One project is the FedEx Ground Distribution Center in Gulfport, MS. This is a 40,000 square foot distribution center that houses FedEx ground and FedEx home delivery operations.

Roy Anderson Corp.

11400 Reichold Rd., Gulfport, MS 39503

Roy Anderson Corp. has provided preconstruction, general contracting, design-build, and construction management services to Gulfport for over sixty-six years. Its commitment to high-quality customer service, safety, quality, and integrity has earned it its place among the Engineering News Record’s list of top builders in the United States.

Most of Roy Anderson Corp.’s works fall under sectors like commercial, education, healthcare, hospitality, government, manufacturing, mixed-use, residential, retail, and sports. The Chemours Bulk Handling Facility is a manufacturing project in Gulfport, MS. It provides ship to storage receiving conveyor systems, vertical storage capability, and storage to rail or truck load out conveyor systems. Roy Anderson Corp.’s scope of work included civil, mechanical, structural, and electrical work. The structure received the Mississippi Associated Builders and Contractors Merit Award and Associated General Contractors of Mississippi Build Mississippi Award.


1404 24th Ave., #300, Gulfport, MS 39501

AnderCorp provides clients with a team that is trained in the best construction practices and tailors their actions toward each project’s specific requirements. Its CEO, Roy Anderson III, closely collaborates with clients to provide guidance in each step of the process. The firm provides services like pre-construction, design-build, general construction, construction management, and disaster recovery for the Gulfport and Jackson, MS areas.

AnderCorp worked on the Allen Beverages, Inc. Expansion in Gulfport, MS. The expansion was performed on existing warehouses and includes pre-engineered metal addition, heavy-duty concrete paving, and infrastructure and equipment relocation.

Orocon Construction

325 Reynoir St., Biloxi, MS 39530

Orocon Construction, LLC provides general construction, construction management, and design-build services to the Mississippi and Florida areas. It ensures its projects are both high-quality and delivered on time and within budget. The firm’s team is also experienced with renovation, new construction, self-performing site work, concrete, and carpentry.

The project types Orocon Construction has worked on include healthcare facilities, office buildings, parking facilities, restaurants, recreational complexes, and government buildings. The Aircraft Maintenance Hangar Facility is a project in Gulfport, MS. It is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) project with two phases. The first phase was for a 60,000 square foot hanger, while the second phase was for a 30,000 square foot hangar. Orocon Construction installed new underground utilities for new building support and demolished existing paving to accommodate new buildings. The work is recognized as the Mississippi Associated Builders and Contractors Merit Award Winner 2020.


  • Blaine Comeione

    Blaine has served as Editor at General Contractors Magazine for six years, drawing from over ten years of experience in construction and real estate. His comprehensive understanding spans commercial construction, architecture, and home builds, cultivated through diverse roles in the industry. With four years at BuildZoom and a background as a licensed real estate agent, Blaine possesses a unique perspective that enriches his editorial work. His dedication to delivering informative content is underscored by his extensive tenure in the field, ensuring that readers receive valuable insights into the dynamic world of construction and home design. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Over 6 years of experience writing and editing in the construction space, Editor at General Contractors Magazine, Previous experience at BuildZoom and Keller Williams Realty Education: Ohio University, Bachelor of Science in Human and Consumer Science - Minor in Business, 120+ Hours of New Jersey Real Estate Education, 120+ Hours of Arizona Real Estate Education