This project consists of a 48,180 square feet building, which includes four large hangars. Each of the hangars includes a living space with kitchenette, office, washer/dryer, storage closets, and a restroom.
The building was designed to house private airplanes. The hangars will cater largely to quail hunters from all over the country who journey to southwest Georgia each year to hunt.
The hangar facility represents a $10 million investment for the city of Albany, which operates the airport. Funding for the project comes from part of $18 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act money Albany received during the pandemic.
This project consisted of exterior and interior renovations of a five story city/county government building. The work included exterior brick masonry cleaning, repair, sealing, insulated glass window and skylight replacement, and storefront entrance door replacement. Interior renovations included new carpet, ceiling and lighting replacement, and painting.
This project consisted of exterior renovations to the 1904 historic county courthouse in Blakely, Georgia. The Courthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The renovation work included exterior repair and painting of existing wood windows, doors, and architectural metalwork on the roof eaves, fascia, and dome.
New Judge’s Bench in the existing Municipal Courtroom at the Dougherty County Judicial Center including the Witness Stand, Judge’s Bench, and Court Reporter’s Station.
As a new financial institution with a business plan based on building close customer relationships, management of Flint Community Bank wanted a building that didn't look or feel like a traditional bank.
The design of the bank takes many cues from traditional Southern Architecture and updates them with modern materials and techniques. The interior was designed to feel warm and welcoming, and to encourage interaction between customers, employees and officers.
Placed in among large live oaks, the building and its setting encourages customers to think of their bank as a friend and partner rather than as a cold financial institution.