W.H. Gross Construction Company (“W.H. Gross”) maintains a 31 year track record of development and construction of multi-family, single-family, and commercial properties. Since 1983, the company has completed construction of over 3,000 residential and commercial properties in the 13 counties that comprise Georgia’s coastal region. Most recently, W.H. Gross has completed, or is currently constructing, 239 apartment units across five multi-family communities including Sawmill Landing in Pembroke, GA; Renaissance Park in Hinesville, GA; Norwich Commons in Brunswick, GA; The Village at Winding Road in St. Mary’s, GA; and the historic adaptive reuse of the Ware Hotel in Waycross, GA. Each of these communities were designed and built with respect to the context of each community’s surroundings, and with significant design input from the respective city councils and citizenry.

In 2013, in conjunction with its work on The Village at Winding Road, W.H. Gross received distinction as the “EarthCraft Multifamily Project Team of the Year”, awarded to builders that exceed EarthCraft’s standard for green design and construction. Also in 2013, the company was presented the “Excellence in Rehabilitation” honor conferred by the Georgia Historic Trust for its notable work in preserving the historic Ware Hotel in downtown Waycross, GA.

The principal of W.H. Gross Company, William Gross, serves as on the Board for the Jekyll Island Authority, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Southeast Georgia Health System Camden Hospital, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Ameris Bank, a member of the Coastal Comprehensive Planning Advisory Council, a primary builder of Habitat for Humanity’s “Builder Blitz”, and is an active member in several additional civic associations in Camden County, GA.



William H. Gross, a third generation resident of Camden County, is the Owner and President of W. H. Gross Construction Company, a residential and commercial construction company in Georgia and Florida and the Owner of several commercial and residential properties in Camden County.  He is dedicated to the well-being and growth of Camden County, and the entire Coastal Georgia area. His civic service includes:  CHSI and Foundation board for the Southeast Georgia Health System,  The Camden Partnership Committee, Gateway Community Improvement District (CID), Economic Development Committee for Camden County, recently appointed to the Jekyll Island Authority board by the Governor of Georgia, The Coastal Regional Comprehensive Planning Advisory Council, Deacon and active member of the First Baptist Church of Kingsland, Kairos Prison Ministry Outreach Program, Board Member/PastChairman of the Camden County Chamber of Commerce, a member of Leadership Georgia,  and benefactor of many local charities, churches, and other non-profit organizations.