Our team at Gray & Son has stood the test of time. As a company, we’ve navigated business in the mid-Atlantic region for over a century, and we’re just getting started thanks to the guidance of our experienced and knowledgeable leadership team.
The safety of our employees and those around our job sites is one of our highest priorities. That’s why we invest in training and technology aimed to reduce workplace accidents and make sure that everyone comes home safely each night.
Our roots are as far-reaching as our roads in the Greater Baltimore community. We’re proud to support our community through philanthropic efforts, volunteer opportunities, and our involvement in projects that benefit the community directly.
The Gray family moved to Butler Maryland and started operating Butler Mill.
Thomas Gray’s son, Oscar M. Gray, opens the Butler Stone Quarry and leases it to Harry T Campbell Son’s Organization.
Oscar M. and Oscar P. Gray starts working for Campbell.
After the lease with Campbell expired, Oscar P. Gray and his father reestablish their business at the quarry and start building private roads.
Oscar M. Gray partnered with Frank Roberts and started EZ Surface, the construction of tennis courts, while hiring George Palmer to become manager.
As Oscar M. Gray & Son began to grow, George Palmer, his brother Calvin Palmer, and his brother-in-law Clyde Cofiell purchased the company from Oscar P. Gray and renamed it Gray & Son.
In this decade under the leadership of Palmer, Gray & Son grew into one of the largest and most respected construction companies in the state of Maryland.
Gray & Son had developed the utility and paving division of the company while growing over 200 employees and purchasing two asphalt plants in Aberdeen & Finksburg, MD. One of those 200 employees was the Webbert’s son as well as Palmer's grandson Joel Stockbridge.
Gray and Son purchased the Texas Asphalt Plant in Finksburg, MD. In addition, George Palmer moved to chairman while his son-in-law, Robert Webbert, became president of Gray & Son.
Katie McInnes, Robert and Barbara Webbert's daughter, starts at Gray & Son continuing the family tradition.
Gray and Son purchased their third asphalt plant in Rosedale, MD.
Robert Webbert and Palmer’s daughter Barbara took full ownership of Gray & Son.
Rick Sheetz became President of Gray & Son and Robert Webbert remains CEO and Chairman of the board.
For over a century, Gray & Son has provided unparalleled service to the Greater Baltimore region and beyond. We strive to continue to better ourselves and our industry by investing in our technology, our workforce, and our community.
“The camaraderie here at Gray & Son, Inc. makes it very easy to come to work every day, and the success of the company is a direct result of our team.”
"What I enjoy most about our industry would be the opportunities presented to our various Gray and Son teams to provide creative solutions to challenges that benefit our organization and our clients."
"As a certified training and development professional, I am excited to work for a company that recognizes and is committed to educating and developing employees."
"At Gray & Son we strive to provide our employees an environment where they can develop a career path while contributing to build our community. We pay competitively, offer comprehensive benefits, and are committed to providing training to develop the next generation of construction professionals."
"Strong relationships are the reason we have been in business for over 100 years! Our commitment to our employees, customers & community defines who we are."
"I have been in the construction industry for 37 years, 2 ½ with Gray & Son. What I can tell you is we have very talented people with a very high level of commitment and it is great to be here."
"Quality, Pride and Leadership are not just words to us, we take it seriously with our actions. It has been that way since 1908."
"Knowledge, and teamwork. Doing whatever it takes to deliver a safe and productive project."