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C. V. York and R. J. Cobb formed a construction company in Greenville in 1904. Their first job was to construct the first six buildings of East Carolina Teachers Training School. York bought out Cobb in 1910 and moved the company to Raleigh, establishing a firm that has been in continuous operation ever since.
Roddy Jones began his career at his dad’s construction company straight out of ECU. He eventually became the president of that company and worked on some of the biggest projects in North Carolina like Raleigh’s Crabtree Valley Mall.