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Mississippi Construction Payment Monitor

Track and monitor construction payment activity in Mississippi. On this page you can find newly reported construction projects started, projects completed, and mechanics liens filed with county recorders. All reported projects are either collected from partnerships with county recorders where Levelset has a direct partnership with the government office or from projects submitted in the Levelset platform. See how project starts, completes, and liens filed in Mississippi have changed this week and for monthly trends. To learn more or collaborate with Levelset on the 1.5+ million construction projects in our system, please email news@levelset.com.

Projects Started
123%
102

102 Projects Started in Mississippi in the last 7 days. This is 123% higher than the previous 7 days.

Projects Completed
85%
97

97 Projects Completed in Mississippi in the last 7 days. This is 85% lower than the previous 7 days.

Mechanics Liens
200%
2

2 Mechanics Liens in Mississippi in the last 7 days. This is 200% higher than the previous 7 days.

Construction project activity shown on this page are from projects reported in the Levelset platform and with county recorder offices. Levelset has knowledge of 100% of the liens filed in Mississippi. These are aggregated at the end of each month from partnerships with county recorders so numbers may change due to the timing of Levelset being aware of new liens. Generally, there may be a short delay between a project starting or new lien being filed and when this page aggregates this new activity.

Mississippi Construction Payment News

See the most recent Construction Financial news in Mississippi. This is Construction Payment news reported by the Levelset News team. To get in touch, please email news@levelset.com

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Biggest Recent Mechanics Liens filed in Mississippi

Lien filed at 103 Ind Park Rd, Philadelphia, MS 39350

Lien filed on: 02/02/2023

Lien value: $13,100.65


Property Owner:

Neshoba County Board of Supervisors

Lien filed at 1620 Old Highway 15, Ecru, MS 38841

Lien filed on: 02/02/2023

Lien value: $28,422.46


Property Owner:

Pontotoc County Schools

Lien filed at Baddour Boulevard, Senatobia, MS 38668

Lien filed on: 01/26/2023

Lien value: $26,633.90


Property Owner:

Baddour Memorial Center

Lien filed at 13990 HUMMINGBIRD LN, Gulfport, MS 39503

Lien filed on: 01/24/2023

Lien value: $17,568.58


General Contractor:

Myco Construction

Lien filed at 408 E Beach Blvd, Gulfport, MS 39507

Lien filed on: 01/19/2023

Lien value: $9,369.20


Property Owner:

Morales Carlos

Lien filed at 7235 Sleepy Hollow Dr, Southaven, MS 38671

Lien filed on: 01/13/2023

Lien value: $519,142.00


Property Owner:

Onyx Southaven

General Contractor:

Msn Construction

Lien filed at 1868 Merchant Rd, Morton, MS 39117

Lien filed on: 01/13/2023

Lien value: $26,699.90


Property Owner:

Pearl River Solar Park Edp Renewables North America

Lien filed at 205 LYNN LN, Starkville, MS 39759

Lien filed on: 01/11/2023

Lien value: $83,769.75


Property Owner:

205 Lynn Lane

Mrkt Capital

Lien filed at 12452 Preservation Dr, Gulfport, MS 39503

Lien filed on: 01/11/2023

Lien value: $59,832.07


Property Owner:

Home Builders Association of The Mississippi Coast

Lien filed at 12241 SAVANNAH CIR, Ocean Springs, MS 39564

Lien filed on: 01/09/2023

Lien value: $24,074.70


Property Owner:

Savannah Pines

Lien filed at 208 Bluff Cv, Ocean Springs, MS 39564

Lien filed on: 01/09/2023

Lien value: $18,387.52


Property Owner:

Lead Holdings

Lien filed at 17284 Excalibur Cir, Gulfport, MS 39503

Lien filed on: 01/09/2023

Lien value: $14,343.19


Property Owner:

Jones Anthony J

General Contractor:

Dawg Property Operations

Lien filed at 12511 Westwood Pl, Gulfport, MS 39503

Lien filed on: 01/09/2023

Lien value: $8,585.84


Property Owner:

Landon Homes

Lien filed at 632 SANDY HOOK DR, Pass Christian, MS 39571

Lien filed on: 01/06/2023

Lien value: $16,577.04


Property Owner:

Landry Mickey P

Lien filed at 521 Rockwell Dr, Okolona, MS 38860

Lien filed on: 01/03/2023

Lien value: $59,662.89


Property Owner:

Chickasaw County Nursing Home

What Subs & Suppliers Are Saying About Contractors in Mississippi

Read recent reviews submitted by contractors in Mississippi about owners and contractors.

 7 days ago

Paying on time, 45 to 60 net always helping, with any needs you can have related to ongoing project, I like to work with Encore


 28 days ago

paid at 59 days old


 a month ago

We were hired for a couple of jobs in Southwest LA from Chris Creely with Ace Construction. He paid on the first couple and then we along with 20+ contractors were added to a group message. We were updated regularly by one of his supervisors on payments. After weeks of not getting paid the subs began to question where the money was. We were given the run around for several weeks and then the messaging stopped. Chris (Joseph) Creely owes thousands upon thousands to his sub-contractors. Look the guy up!! He has been arrested for bank fraud when he worked as a banker for a large financial institution. He was ordered to pay restitution, house arrest etc for THEFT. He is a thief and should not be trusted!


 a month ago

Professional. Knowledgable . Fair pricing. Couldn't ask for a better contractor.


 a month ago

Terrible to subcontractors even worse to tenants of property on military bases. The leaders of this company should be held legally responsible for the poor conditions their negligence led to.

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