Building Better Infrastructure Since 1950

DuBose History

Nov 1930

Our Founder

Flynn R. Dubose, Sr. photo

Flynn R. Dubose, Sr. was born in the state of South Carolina.


He lived there with his family until the start of World War II.

Jun 1944

World War II

Purple Heart Medal of Honor

He served with the Seabees (Naval Construction Units) until the end of the war.


Mr. DuBose was awarded the order of the Purple Heart during his military service.


It can be safely said by anyone who knew Mr. Dubose, that he truly was a part of America’s greatest generation.

Sep 1945

Fast Growing Construction Industry

After the war ended, Mr. Dubose started working in the fast growing construction industry in the Southeastern United States with Hooper Construction Company.

Aug 1950

Family Business

DuBose Construction GMB logo

In the early 1950s, Mr. DuBose, his brother, and brother-in-law started their own construction company known as DuBose Construction Company.

Feb 1956

Alabama Road Builders Association


The company joined the Alabama Road Builders Association in 1956.


Mr. Dubose is featured in an article by the Alabama Road Builders Association. To view the story, visit the ARBA website»

Apr 1961

DCC, Inc.

Southeastern United States map diagram

Also known as DCC for short, DuBose Construction Company incorporated in 1961 and became known as DuBose Construction Corporation.


Now licensed to conduct business throughout much of the Southeastern United States, DCC provided construction services in both the private and public sectors for several states, including:


  • Alabama
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Mississippi
  • South Carolina
Oct 1965

Ya Mon!

Jamaican flag map

Mr. DuBose was always a great supporter of highway construction.


From the stories that still circulate concerning the early days of the Alabama Road Builders Association, it’s safe to say he enjoyed the camaraderie of the Association and its members immensely.


Mr. DuBose had a “hands on” management style where frequently he would be the first and last person at the job site in addition to tending to the administrative functions of the business.


DCC completed several major projects during the 1960s, including sites located in:


  • Leon County, Florida
  • Lake County, Florida
  • Baldwin County, Alabama
  • Escambia County, Alabama


DuBose Construction also performed work in Jamaica during these years, extending their service area nearly 500 miles to the south! Ya Mon!


The English translation for the Jamaican saying “ya mon” is “no problem!” (Source: Sandals Blog»)

Jun 1970

The Interstate Era

Interstate 75 road sign

Long before the Internet phenomenon began, the Interstate Highway System is how people connected.


In the 1970s, DuBose Construction had a significant role in constructing new portions of Interstate highway in Florida and Alabama. They built approximately forty-five miles of Interstate in Florida, including a 14-mile section of I-75 in Sarasota County near Tampa.


The company also completed several notable projects for the Alabama Highway Department (now called the “Alabama Department of Transportation”) during these years.

Dec 1975

On the Move!

DuBose road signage

It was during the 70s when DCC relocated its corporate headquarters from downtown Montgomery to its present location near the Mt. Meigs, Alabama community east of Montgomery.


Over time, Montgomery expanded its corporate limits, so we once again have a Montgomery street address. Find us on Google Maps by clicking here»


You’ll know you’ve arrived when you see the sign.

Jan 1980

Private Sector Projects

Site work construction

During the 1980s, DuBose Construction began focusing its construction business almost exclusively in the State of Alabama.


The company continued to bid and construct projects for the private sector. Examples of larger projects completed include:


Site development work for residential living spaces like:


  • Eastdale Apartments
  • McGehee Park Apartments
  • Eagle Landing Apartments
  • Villas at the Curve Apartments


Commercial site work at:


  • McGehee Place Shopping Center
  • Eastdale Mall
  • Stratford Square
  • Eastdale Plaza


Other major projects included paper mills in Georgia and Alabama.

May 1990

Subdivisions & Real Estate

During the early 1990s the company continued along the same course, competing in the Highway Department business while making various projects within the private sector.


It was also during this time that Mr. DuBose led his company into a new arena. The company began to purchase and develop tracts of real estate with local investors in the Montgomery area.


The company took an active role in the site preparation and development of subdivisions and other real estate developments.