Building dream homes since 2000
Historic Restoration and Renovation
"Not only is Keith Foutz extremely knowledgable about construction, he is also very conscientious about maintaining quality and architectural integrity within the available budget. I also appreciated his steady-going and personable demeanor. Keith is a real gentleman!"
– Donald M. Rattner, Architect
Studio for ART and Architecture, New York
Foutz Construction has built some of the finest homes in Georgia and South Carolina. Working with top architects and the most discriminating homeowners, company president Keith Foutz brings a passion to every construction project.
A third-generation builder, Keith has a commitment to old world artistry and hand-crafted details that make a house a home.
His work has been featured in leading magazines like Garden and Gun, Veranda, Savannah Magazine, House Beautiful, etc. and on the tree-lined streets of upscale communities throughout Georgia and South Carolina.
Renovations are a specialty at Foutz Construction. From facade renovation to period-sensitive historic restorations, the company offers a wide range of services to bring historic homes to life.
Creative solutions are key in renovation and restoration. Using a team of talented artisans, the company develops elegant, integrated designs, always incorporating appropriate materials and staying within established Historic Review Board guidlines.
Design / Build
The company's residential construction projects include exquisite residences and vacation homes at award-winning communities across the Southeast including:
THE FORD PLANTATION
SAVANNAH'S NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK DISTRICT
"Keith is one of only a few true craftsmen in the region who is capable of building an exceptional home. It is not only his meticulous attention to detail, but also his understanding and appreciation of high quality design that distinguishes him above his peers. I would certainly welcome his expertise on any project we design and would look to him for creative solutions to challenging design decisions."
– Rick Wissmach, Architect
Wissmach Architects, Savannah