Helping Those Affected by the Gatlinburg Wildfires

A Sevier County Construction Company Lends a Hand for Those in Need

Sevierville, TN – The late November wildfire destroyed the livelihood of many in Sevier County. The fire destroyed over 2,000 homes, over 50 commercial structures, and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. Even through tragedy, Gatlinburg residents and all of Sevier County have banded together to help one another. The team at Custom Crafted Construction has joined the rebuilding efforts to help those in need. “As a Sevier County-based company, we feel it is important for us to help those affected by the fires,” said David Proctor, Vice President of CCC.

Custom Crafted Construction is on a mission to help the families affected by the fires. The local business wants these families to understand that the company is on their side and willing to help. Lonnie Privett, President of CCC, commented, “We want folks to know that they have a local construction company in their backyard that will help them with their rebuilding efforts.” He went on to say, “We at Custom Crafted Construction realize the struggles that these families are facing and would like to offer our help any way possible.”

If you are looking to rebuild or are looking for some advice from a contractor, visit Feel free to visit the website for more information. CCC is here to help.

About The Company

Custom Crafted Construction, LLC. was formed to better service the needs of the upper end construction market. CCC is Unlimited Licensed Residential, Commercial and Industrial Builders of the Great State of Tennessee. Through honesty, hard work, and integrity, Lonnie has successfully grown CCC, LLC. into a reputable, reliable and sought after Builder.

“Our company is composed of a group of skilled personnel plus a management team with experience and knowledge with a proven track record. The company employs several professionals, including project managers, site managers, schedulers, and estimators, all having educated construction experience.” – Lonnie Privett, President of CCC

Cody Privett, Acquisitions and Development Manager