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Brasfield & Gorrie Named Largest Contractor in Southeast

July 15, 2013

Company also ranks as top green builder
July 15, 2013 — Brasfield & Gorrie has been ranked as the largest contractor in the Southeast according to Engineering News-Record (ENR) magazine in its annual ranking of industry leaders. The magazine also identified the company as the largest green contractor in the Southeast…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Completes TRT Holdings Headquarters

July 3, 2013

TRT Holdings Headquarters makes its home at Old Parkland
Dallas, Texas (July 3, 2013) TRT Holdings, parent company of Omni Hotels & Resorts and Gold’s Gym International, has a prominent new location with the completion of their new headquarters building.
The six-story, 345,000 sq ft office building features amenities for employees and visitors including a café, health club, conference center, and a large patio…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Selected for Medical City Expansion and Renovation

June 25, 2013

Project expected to begin in October
Dallas, Texas (June 5, 2013) Brasfield & Gorrie has been awarded the vertical expansion and renovation of the Medical City Hospital in Dallas, Texas.
The project will consist of a 160,307 sq ft, four-story vertical expansion above the existing emergency department and ambulance drop-off, where the hospital admits more than 65 percent of its patients…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Completes Columbus City Services Center

June 25, 2013

New center includes natatorium,  parking deck
Columbus, Georgia (June 25, 2013) The City of Columbus, Georgia, has opened the doors to a highly anticipated city services complex.
The complex, completed by Brasfield & Gorrie, showcases several state-of-the-art amenities and represents a sharp economic growth in the local area…. Read more

Brasfield & Gorrie Selected for MTSU Upgrade and Renovation

June 25, 2013

University project expected to start in fall 2013
Murfreesboro, Tennessee (June 25, 2013) Brasfield & Gorrie has been announced as the general contractor on the Murphy Center improvements project at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU).
The project, expected to begin this fall, will include heating, ventilation, and air conditioning upgrades, lighting and acoustical upgrades, and renovations to public spaces. A new roof will be added as well…. Read more