Brasfield & Gorrie was recently awarded Georgia’s largest healthcare project to date, the 874,000 sq ft Piedmont Atlanta Tower. With the aid of innovative technology, our Preconstruction Department took a unique approach to estimating the first phase of the project. A strong integration of virtual design from the start, a highly effective collaboration effort, and an emphasis on self-perform are driving efficiency and accuracy on the massive project…. Read more
May 15, 2017 – As the Director of Planning and Scheduling at Brasfield & Gorrie, I am part of a little-known group of professionals who are essential to our ability to plan and execute successful construction projects. When I talk to individuals pursuing careers in the architecture, construction, and engineering industry, most are not aware of planning and scheduling as a career path…. Read more
March 7, 2017 – Brasfield & Gorrie Regional Virtual Design + Construction (VDC) Manager Mallory Collier is on the forefront of change. In her role, she helps implement cutting-edge technologies that are changing the way construction projects are designed and delivered and redefining the skills needed to succeed in the industry. As a woman in a male-dominated industry, a millennial, and a working mother, she has a unique perspective…. Read more
December 21, 2016 – Drone technology is helping create greater efficiency in construction. On a hospital project in Apopka, Florida, our team used drones and related new technologies to conduct mapping that resulted in significant time and schedule savings…. Read more
November 14, 2016 – See how Brasfield & Gorrie is transforming its business with new technology on construction sites
Drone technology is helping create greater efficiency in construction. To demonstrate the capabilities of drones, Brasfield & Gorrie partnered with Microsoft and DroneDeploy.
“Through this new partnership, we’ve created a much more efficient process,” said Brasfield & Gorrie CEO Jim Gorrie. “We can literally take weeks out of a schedule…. Read more