Brasfield & Gorrie

Drilling for the first shaft to support the new U.S. Highway 231 bridges in Alabama began early June 1, and work is expected to continue around the clock, seven days a week, until the twin bridges spanning the landslide area on Brindlee Mountain are complete.

In the first phase of a $1.5 billion plan to develop a new campus in North Druid Hills, DeKalb County, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is constructing two support buildings that will house all of its administrative staff. Once the support buildings are delivered, work can begin on a new 446-bed hospital, which will be located at I-85 and North Druid Hills Road.

In Adel, Ga., construction is under way on a $40 million, 120,000-sq.-ft. structure designed to serve as a replacement for Cook Medical Center. The one-level building will offer the same services as the current facility, including acute inpatient care, medical imaging, laboratory services, rehabilitation, endoscopy, a sleep center, geriatric psychiatric care and skilled nursing care.

Brasfield & Gorrie recently enabled a select group of graduating seniors from The University of Alabama to enter the job market armed with resumes that include hands-on experience with emerging technologies in the construction field, including assembling and operating 3D printers.

General contractor Brasfield & Gorrie recently joined Highwoods Properties to mark a milestone in the construction of a new headquarters facility in the Ovation mixed-use development within the Cool Springs district of Franklin, Tenn. The facility will serve as the new U.S.

General contractor Brasfield & Gorrie recently celebrated a construction milestone at Grandview Cancer Center. Crews signed and placed the final beam on the new, 26,000 sq. ft. facility, topping out the structure for the freestanding cancer center located on the Grandview Medical Center campus.

Expected to cost $76 million, the new Hoover Sports and Events Center will feature an indoor facility, outdoor sports fields, a tennis complex and an RV park expansion when it opens, in part, next spring. The complex will be built adjacent to the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium on 120 acres in Birmingham, Ala.

After years of planning and negotiations, work has finally begun on the $25 million Fine Arts Center at Albany State University (ASU) in Albany, Ga. According to school officials, the highly anticipated building will employ the latest in design elements, along with environmental efficiencies, life cycle cost considerations and teaching technologies.