About Us

Mahfoud Construction is a family owned and operated construction company established in 1982 and incorporated in 2001. We operate out of the Greater Atlanta Area and specialize in drainage and hardscaping, remodels, additions, and new home construction. Owners, Jimmy and Elizabeth Mahfoud, take pride in providing quality work at a fair price. Our trade partners are an extension of our family; our long term relationships in the industry enable rapid communications with our vendors and trade partners, ensuring that construction progress is efficient and changes are taken in stride. Please take a moment to view our previous work to see if our blend of classic and modern style is a fit for you.

Jimmy Mahfoud - General Contractor

I would like to introduce myself, I am Jimmy Mahfoud and I have been in the renovation and new construction business in the Atlanta area for over 35 years and take great pride in the work I have done during those years.

I began as a cabinet maker. You may ask, "How does this qualify me to build homes?". That's a good question. Cabinetry work - quality work that is - requires close attention to detail. As my business expanded, my satisfied customers asked me to take on other jobs around their homes. As a result, I expanded my construction skills, taking on renovation projects and gaining increased construction competencies.

Doing this type of work, I learned construction techniques which helped me to eliminate potential future structural problems for the homeowner. I bring this experience and knowledge to all my construction projects.

Jamil Mahfoud - Operations Manager

Growing up on a construction site, I gained an immense appreciation for the time, effort, and care that is required to produce quality work. I am devoted to implementing 21st century communication and technology into MCI's day-to-day operations.

I received my Undergraduate at Georgia State University with a Degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Management and Operations. Throughout my curriculum I would use experiences from my family's construction company in study, so after graduation it was an organic decision to work for MCI full time. I cherish the opportunity to build off of my father's experience. Is it even "work" if I am having this much fun?