Wicomico State’s Attorney Office

After Wicomico County issued a RFP for the office relocation of the State’s Attorney’s Office, Devreco was selected to redevelop an 18,300 square foot building in Downtown Salisbury.

A word from our clients...

"Gillis Gilkerson saved us, that’s for sure!  We have a great working relationship and consider Gillis Gilkerson business partners because they listen to our needs, provide solutions and have helped us grow over the years.  We are looking at expanding again soon and won’t hesitate to turn to Gillis Gilkerson for help."

"The thing we respect the most is how Gillis Gilkerson creates an atmosphere in which everyone feels a part of the “team.” It is refreshing to do a project in which pricing is competitive, the schedule is aggressive and yet the atmosphere on the job remains professional and cordial. Such a situation is few and far between in the construction industry."

"I am writing to express our thanks and appreciation regarding Headquarters Live. The building looks fantastic and Bayside Fire Protection was proud to be associated with the project. The project was as well run as any we did last year. Chris Gilkerson’s involvement with fire sprinkler issues began prior to design to the end of the project with the accelerated occupancy permit issue. It is rare that an owner/developer/general contractor immediately addresses problems and makes decisions."

"During all phases of the Headquarters Live project, from meeting with Chris for the initial design to completion, it was evident that his enthusiasm for a successful revitalization of Downtown Salisbury was at the forefront of his plan. Chris’s desire to make a Landmark for the Old Firehouse as Headquarters Live has come to life and will only add to the many amenities we have in Downtown Salisbury."

"In the banking business I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Gillis Gilkerson as a financial client. Both Brad and Joey are very professional, motivated and easy to work with. They are detail oriented and make sure they have every “I” dotted and “T” crossed."