The New Cosmetology Building at Northwest-Shoals Community College is taking shape. This photo from Boyett Construction Co. Superintendent Tom Hanks, taken this morning, shows progress... and even better, it actually looks like our renderings.
Our interior renovation of Building 200 on the C.A. Fredd Campus of Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa is nearing completion. The project should be ready for final inspection in the coming weeks.
Retrofit metal roofing systems are being added to three buildings at the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles LIFE Tech Transition Center in Thomasville, AL. Two of the buildings are well underway as shown in these before and "in-progress" photos taken last Friday.
Work in Progress 2/15/13:
Views from before construction started:
This is an image (construction in progress) of a feature wall created by our Interior Designer and Project Manager, April Cain. This is in the Building 200 Interior Renovation project at Shelton State Community College (C.A. Fredd Campus) in Tuscaloosa, AL.
Two finishes of the same black-colored paint create the effect, which varies subtly with changes in viewing position and lighting conditions.
Work is progressing on our project to add sloped metal retrofit roofs on four buildings at Shelton State Community College's C.A. Fredd Campus in Tuscaloosa, AL. The weather was pretty miserable during this inspection, but hey, what better time to inspect new roofs than in the rain? It definitely helps us to find the leaks, and fortunately... we didn't find any.
The renovation of the Alice Kidd Building for University of Alabama's Student Media organizations is nearing completion.
This renovation of one of the former nursing home buildings on the Bryce Hospital campus was on a particularly tight time frame and budget and will serve as the new home of various student media organizations such as the university's newspaper.
The steel structure for the entry to the new Student Worship Center at Riverchase United Methodist Church has been set. The structure will be covered with brick soon. The design concept here is to leave a space where the arch's cornerstone would typically be as an opening to orient views heavenward. The metaphor is that God is the keystone.