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Brasfield & Gorrie Awarded Burton Hills Office Building

February 22, 2013

Construction expected to begin this week
Nashville, Tennessee (February 22, 2013) Brasfield & Gorrie was recently announced as the general contractor on the Burton Hills office building project in Green Hills.
The three-story, 110,000 sq ft office building will sit atop a three-story, below-grade, 331-space parking deck. The project will also include a separate two-story, 60,000 sq ft, 120-car parking deck…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Celebrates Topping Out on Midtown Apartment Tower

February 22, 2013

Atlanta, Georgia (February 22, 2013) Brasfield & Gorrie has completed a major milestone on 77 12th Street. The 25-story apartment tower has topped out, marking the peak point of the project. Approximately 450 people attended the topping out celebration on Friday, February 8.
The $57 million, 615,000 sq ft, high-end residential complex will include 330 units, a saltwater pool, bocce ball courts, and private terraces…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Earns National Excellence in Construction Award From Associated Builders and Contractors

February 20, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) today announced that Brasfield & Gorrie’s work on the Rex Healthcare of Holly Springs project in Holly Springs, North Carolina, has earned the company an Eagle award in the Healthcare – Less than $10 Million category of ABC’s National Excellence in Construction Awards. Brasfield & Gorrie representatives received the award Feb…. Read more

Two Ways to Quickly Connect a Remote Job Site

January 16, 2013

Construction companies and service providers are getting  together to offer multiple solutions for instantly connecting  remote job sites with all the technological trimmings  needed to operate at the speed of 2013.
One general contractor found a quick, ruggedized solution to wiring job sites to the internet anywhere in range of 3G or 4G cellular connection, which would free staff from having to wait for utility companies to mobilize to the jobsite…. Read more