Mashburn’s CEO Named One of SC’s Most Influential People

03 / 10 / 2022

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Lindsey Yarborough, SCCED
Director of Marketing and Communications
Mashburn Construction
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March 8, 2022

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Columbia, S.C. —Paul Mashburn, Chief Executive Officer of Mashburn Construction, has been included on the 2021 50 Most Influential list by Columbia Business Monthly. Each year the publication releases a list identifying the most influential people in the Midlands. The list is cultivated through a combination of staff research and community nominations and represent esteemed professionals with a passion for creating a positive impact on the communities they serve.

With more than three decades of construction experience, Paul has been blessed with the opportunity to sit on many boards throughout South Carolina. He recently served as Chair for the Industry Liaison Committee of the Building Division Leadership of the Associated Contractors of America, which works to establish close relationships with trade-related associations to advance the construction industry. He is also the Immediate Past Chair of the Executive Committee of the Industry Advisory Board for the Department of Construction Science and Management at Clemson University.

Paul grew up in Columbia, SC, and he and his family have lived in Mount Pleasant for the last thirteen years. Throughout his younger years, he was always passionate about community involvement and carrying on the Mashburn name with dignity and pride. One of his early accomplishments was serving as one of the youngest to ever serve as president of the Columbia Rotary Club which was the largest in the state. Among other numerous leadership roles, Paul has also served as President of the Carolinas Associated General Contractors Association and Chairman of the National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina.

Lee Mashburn, President of Mashburn Construction, says, “Paul and I began our involvement in the construction industry in our early teenage years. It’s been rewarding to witness my brother, Paul, always strive for greatness and do whatever it takes for the people of Mashburn. He is extremely deserving of this award.”

Mashburn celebrated 45 years in business in 2021 and the firm continues to set its sights on sustainable growth, investing in its culture and putting its employees at the forefront of its strategic direction. The company maintains its four locations throughout the state, while always seeking high-quality talent to add to the “Mashburn family.”


Mashburn Construction is a full-service construction company providing construction management, design-build, preconstruction and general contracting services. For over four decades, the company has exemplified Building with Integrity by providing superior service and quality to clients across many markets. Headquartered in Columbia, Mashburn also has offices in Charleston, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach, SC. For more information, please visit

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