Akron, Ohio is more than just our headquarters, it is a home that we’ve been proud to build and actively support for over seven decades. We have not only shaped the landscape of the area by constructing or renewing many of the city’s landmark buildings, but we have become active partners of many charitable, cultural and faith-based organizations that make up the fabric of this region.  

From the commitment of our President & CEO, Don Taylor to the remarkable number of company associates who contribute their time, leadership and money to local causes and charitable organizations, Welty is committed to building a community that is truly built to last.

We give back to the community through many causes:

Akron Area YMCA
Akron Art Museum
Akron Children’s Hospital
Associated General Contractors
Akron General Medical Center
Akron Rotary Foundation
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
The Boy Scouts
Boys & Girls Club of the Western Reserve
Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

Habitat for Humanity
First Tee of Akron
Foundation for Appalachian Ohio
Green School Foundation

JR Achievement

Leadership Akron
Medwish
The Salvation Army
Shaw JCC of Akron
Summa Foundation
United Way

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 200
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333
1400 W. 10th Street, Suite 200
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
330.802.2260
cburns@thinkwelty.com
750 Communications Parkway
Columbus, Ohio 43214
614.802.1360
jhartman@thinkwelty.com

Recent News

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September
Welty Building Company Releases Bowery Project Economic Impact Report
Welty Building Company Releases Bowery Project Economic Impact Report: $245 Million and more than 2,000 Jobs in Summit County over 20 years September 19, 2019 – Akron, OH – Welty Building Company, the City of Akron, and ...
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03
August
Akron's Downtown Bowery restoration taking shape with new apartments, retail space
Jim Mackinnon  Akron Beacon Journal When Don Taylor, head of Welty Building Co., envisions the late fall completion of the $42 million Bowery redevelopment in downtown Akron, he’s not quite sure which metaphor he should use. It will ...
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