Perryman Shoemaker has proudly served the Greater Philadelphia Area since 2004. Both founding firms are multi-generational family businesses, with a combined 140+ years in construction industry experience. Our areas of expertise include the following:
- Parking garages
- Hospitals and health care facilities
- Municipal facilities
- Colleges and universities
- Theaters, stadiums, museums
- Industrial plants
- Public schools
- Apartments and multi-family
- Retirement communities
Our staff totals 200 professionals with vast expertise, including licensed professional engineers and architects, LEED® accredited professionals, certified construction managers, and graduate mechanical and architectural engineers. We bring the benefit of deep relevant experience with local subcontractors and suppliers as well as a thorough understanding of applicable regulations and processes.
Perryman Shoemaker brings a team approach to community development. A successful project involves not only the owner, local officials, and design professionals, but also those who live and work in the communities where we build. Perryman Shoemaker brings a proven track record of successful community involvement programs on numerous past construction projects in the City of Philadelphia.
Our credentials put us ahead of the competition. We are a hands-on partner throughout the pre-construction process, bringing guidance and value in a highly collaborative environment.
The Leadership team at Perryman Shoemaker has a combined 100+ years of industry experience. Choosing Perryman Shoemaker is choosing an experienced, knowledgeable partner who will deliver a project that will meet or exceed your expectations.
President and CEO
Angelo has over twenty five years of experience as a construction manager and superintendent with two “Top 15” international construction firms. He successfully completed commercial and industrial projects in Pennsylvania, Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Michigan, and Alaska. His significant and seasoned experience in commercial construction has afforded him the skills and qualifications to manage all construction services for his firm, including estimating, cost controls, business development, and personnel management.
Vice President of Administration
Angelina represents the third generation of Perryman Construction. She manages contracts, risk avoidance, human resources, technology, and next-generation strategic and corporate planning. She has a Bachelor of Administration from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She attended the Executive Leadership Education program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University. She is currently President of NAWIC's Board of Directors.
William Carter, III
Bill is an experienced Construction Executive with extensive experience delivering major projects in multiple market sectors under a variety of delivery methods, with a successful track record in the hospitality, aviation, healthcare, K-12 and higher education market sectors. An established team builder and manager, able to establish and maintain relationships while expediting solutions to project challenges, an experienced Seller-Doer.
President and CEO
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Greg's career in the construction industry began during his high school days in his grandfather’s construction management firm, Alvin H. Butz, Inc. He has been employed at the firm since 1980 in successive roles including a construction laborer, assistant field superintendent, project manager, senior project manager, and vice president. Construction has been a Butz family tradition for six generations. In 2003, Alvin H. Butz, Inc. formed two new construction firms, Shoemaker Construction Co. in Conshohocken and Alexander Building Construction, Inc. in Harrisburg and State College under Butz Enterprises, Inc. Greg is currently President and CEO.
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Maura has more than 20 years of leadership experience working within the construction industry. She ensures overall project and corporate success and customer satisfaction and facilitates teamwork between all disciplines of the project team. Maura is also a regional leader in the pursuit of making the construction industry more accessible. In 2009, she co-founded Mentoring Young Women in Construction (MYWIC) Philadelphia, a camp associated with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) where school-aged girls are introduced to possible careers within the industry. She also works with Drexel University, The School District of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Housing Authority to increase workforce development and diversity within the construction industry.