Ferguson Breaks Ground on New $82.8 Million Virginia Headquarters


Ferguson Enterprises Inc. celebrated a key milestone in the creation of a new headquarters facility with an official groundbreaking ceremony last week.

Ferguson is expanding their footprint with a new 260,000-square-foot Headquarters 3 (HQ3) that will open a new campus in Newport News’ City Center at Oyster Point. Once complete, the eight-story building will house Ferguson’s corporate training and development center and various corporate departments. Ferguson has partnered with Clark Nexsen to create an amenities-rich, collaborative space for Ferguson associates.

From left to right: Herbert Bateman Jr., Newport News Councilman; Chip Devine, Ferguson Senior Vice President Ecommerce and Omni-Channel Business; Scott Boyce, Clark Nexsen Project Architect; John Wilcox, Ferguson Enterprises Senior Vice President Corp Services; Tina Vick, Newport News Vice Mayor; and Kevin Murphy, Ferguson CEO.

Construction for the new HQ3 building will start later this summer. W. M. Jordan Company is the Construction Manager for the project.

Ferguson Enterprises is the largest plumbing wholesaler in the United States. Based in Virginia for more than 60 years, Ferguson has 14,000 retail locations nationwide.