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Brasfield & Gorrie relocates its Huntsville office

March 21, 2024

Nine people in business attire applaud behind a recently cut red ribbon. A woman in the center holds the ceremonial scissors. The group is inside of an office space, and Brasfield & Gorrie's logo is visible on the wall behind them.

As its work in North Alabama increases, Brasfield & Gorrie recently celebrated the opening of its relocated Huntsville office. The new location on Meridian Street increases the general contractor’s square footage to accommodate growth.

“Huntsville and the surrounding area continue to grow and thrive, and we’re thrilled to be part of building this city,” said Vice President and Division Manager Sara Beth Wilcox. Wilcox oversees the general contractor’s Huntsville office. “As a native of North Alabama, I’m passionate about welcoming new teammates and connecting them to the community.”

Brasfield & Gorrie has worked in the Huntsville market for more than 40 years. In 2012, we established a local office. The company’s work in the Huntsville area spans a variety of market sectors, including commercial, aerospace, government, healthcare, industrial, and mission critical. Notable projects include NASA Test Stands, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, Bryant Bank, Alabama School of Cyber Technology, Dynetics, U.S. Courthouse, Davidson’s Technologies’ headquarters and Redstone Gateway Buildings 1000, 1200 and 7000.

Brasfield & Gorrie aims to build strong communities everywhere it works. In Huntsville, that includes partnerships with local organizations such as Lincoln Village Ministry, the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity Madison County and Huntsville’s Downtown Rescue Mission.

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