Milestone met at Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons – Georgia Tech
July 2, 2010
||Carter Concrete has reached a milestone event at the current Georgia Tech project. The large cistern for the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons was completed this week. Able to retain 1.2 Million Gallons of storm water, completion of the cistern is an important step in the progress of the project. A total of 15,000 CY of earth were removed and 2,200 CY of concrete were poured to complete the cistern portion of the work. The concrete frame of the Clough building is on schedule to complete in August. Our client, Turner Construction Company, has provided a superb working environment of safety, organization and productivity.
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.