Scholarship House Builders
Money for the Scholarship Foundation has traditionally come from the construction and sale of a Scholarship House, built by a volunteer builder with the help of subcontractors, suppliers and other TBA associate members.
1966 - Clark Whitehill Enterprises
1967 - M & S Construction Co.
1967 - Merritt Construction Co.
1969 - Connor & Foy Construction Co.
1970 - Lake Edward West Corp.
1971 - The Breeden Co. Inc.
1972 - Terry Corporation of Virginia
1973 - Harnel Building Co.
1974 - DeMille Homes Inc.
1975 - Carol W. Kennedy & Associates Inc.
1976 - Sir Galahad
1977 - Tidewater Builders Inc.
1978 - Hearndon Construction Corp.
1980 - Peterson Associates Inc.
1981 - Marsha Lynn Building Corp.
1982 - Concordia Enterprises Ltd.
1983 - Hudgins & Associates
1984 - R.G. Moore Building Corp.
1986 - The Christopher Cos.
1987 - The DeAnne Co.
1988 - Viola Building Corp.
1990 - Michael Lee. Co.
1991 - Rosewell Corp.
1992 - Napolitano Homes
1993 - Baymark Construction Corp.
1994 - Residential Concepts Ltd.
1995 - Creative Homes Ltd.
1996 - Benchmark Building Corp.
1997 - Genesis Group Inc.
1998 - The Widener Corp.
2000 - R.W. Tyler & Associates/Towne Development Corp.
2005 - Area Builders of Tidewater & Joey Corp.
2006 - Sadler Building Corp.
2007 - Kotarides Builders
2011 - Clark Whitehill Enterprises
2019 - Joey Corp., along with Kempsville Building Materials/Carter Lumber