February 5, 2010
On February 22nd Carter Concrete Structures will begin work on the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons at Georgia Tech. The concrete structures is scheduled to take 6 months to complete. The 260,000 SF (elevated) building will have five elevated slabs and over 10,000 CY of concrete. The job is expected to be certified LEED Gold and CCS is working with client Turner Construction Company to meet that certification.
Project Manager Brian Gravitt and Superintendent Andy Higgins will be leading Carter’s construction team on this project at the heart of the Georgia Tech campus. Read more about the project here: http://www.development.gatech.edu/capital-projects/ilrc.php
Carter Concrete Structures is a specialized Contractor operating as Subcontractor, Trade, or Prime Contractor performing turnkey concrete construction work in the commercial, institutional, industrial, and public construction markets. Scope of work typically includes structural excavation, foundations, slabs-on-grade, formwork of all types, reinforcing, concrete production, placement and finish, engineering layout, hoisting, and general conditions work on civil, industrial and multi-story structures.