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BRASFIELD & GORRIE, LLC IS THE LARGEST PRIVATELY HELD CONTRACTING FIRM IN THE SOUTHEAST.
49 YEARS IN BUSINESS 8 REGIONAL OFFICES 2900 EMPLOYEES $1.7 BILLION IN YEARLY VOLUME 2012 No. 2 TOP CONTRACTOR - ENR SOUTHEAST
Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, Georgia
BRIEF B HISTORY
rasfield & Gorrie is one of the largest privately held construction firms in the nation. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, our company is the successor to the Thomas C. Brasfield Company, a general contractor operating as a sole proprietor from 1921. Miller Gorrie purchased the company’s construction assets in 1964 and changed the name to Brasfield & Gorrie in 1967.
M. MILLER GORRIE Chairman
JIM GORRIE President & CEO
“I can’t imagine any group that would have been more committed to the success of this project.” BERNIE MARCUS Founder of The Home Depot and Benefactor of the Georgia Aquarium
Initially, the new company continued within the Thomas C. Brasfield niche of small commercial and remodeling projects. As profitability increased, the company shifted its emphasis to larger commercial, institutional, healthcare, and industrial projects, and in 1984, Brasfield & Gorrie opened full-service offices in Atlanta and Orlando. In 1998, we opened offices in Raleigh and Nashville to better serve our clients in those areas, and we continued our forward momentum by opening offices in Jacksonville in 2007, Dallas in 2010, and Columbus, Georgia, in 2011. Brasfield & Gorrie’s success is the result of a strong work ethic and industry knowledge combined with innovation and collaboration. In the first full year after Miller Gorrie purchased the assets of the Thomas C. Brasfield Company, our annual revenue was less than $1 million. Today, our annual revenue is approximately $1.7 billion, and we are a nationally respected general contractor and the builder of the world’s largest aquarium, the Georgia Aquarium, which is a model of project efficiency, superior quality, and exceptional service from start to finish. Frequently recognized for excellence in our industry, we build more than exceptional buildings: We build relationships.
SAFETY PEOPLE REWARDING WORK ENVIRONMENT COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE INTEGRITY TEAMWORK STEWARDSHIP
These may not sound much different than any other company’s values, but we believe actions speak louder than words. If you have the opportunity to work with us, you’ll see first-hand that we live by these values. We’re asked all the time, “What makes Brasfield & Gorrie such a great company?” The answer is always the same. Our people.
Brasfield & Gorrie builds unique, quality environments where people live, learn, work, and play. From new construction to expansions and renovations, our success stories come in all shapes and sizes – from 50,000 to more than one million square feet. Brasfield & Gorrie’s commitment is to provide an efficient, worry-free construction experience for our clients. We meet our commitment by first putting the right team on the right project. We then apply cutting-edge technologies and best management practices to ensure that each project, large or small, is built to exceed our client’s expectations.
Services Brasfield & Gorrie provides general contracting, designFINANCIAL STRENGTH
build, and construction management services
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clients. To provide the best quality, value, and overall
We have equity of $225.6 million and working capital of $160.5 million.
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Regency Square Mall, Jacksonville, Florida
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) CAPABILITIES As part of Brasfield & Gorrieâ€™s commitment to be the best general contractor in the United States, we have embraced innovative practices and new technologies to increase our quality and efficiency. To effectively manage the delivery process and provide planning assistance, constructability assurance, continuous and real-time costing, and testing of design concepts, we build projects virtually throughout preconstruction and construction. This expedites the process of taking a project from design to construction and, ultimately, to owner turnover. BIM acts as the central hub, providing a foundation to implement a variety of tools for preconstruction. During construction, BIM technology is used for material tracking through barcode/radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and the creation of living design/construction models and a virtual as-built final deliverable.
No. 3 Top Green Contractor Engineering News-Record Southeast
LEED Experience Brasfield & Gorrieâ€™s LEED Accredited Professionals have a thorough understanding of LEED requirements, resources, and processes. With experience building more than 100 facilities that are LEED-certified, pending, or seeking LEED certification, we routinely incorporate green design elements into our projects in support of our commitment to sustainable design and construction.
Brasfield & Gorrie has more than
240 LEED Accredited Professionals on staff. Recognized by Engineering News-Record Southeast as the No. 3 Top
Contractor, Brasfield & Gorrie has the knowledge, experience, and commitment to manage the LEED process seamlessly from start to finish. Some of our notable LEED projects are listed to the right.
Pinnacle at Symphony Place, Nashville, TN (LEED Gold) Mission Trail Baptist Hospital, San Antonio, TX (LEED Gold) Perkins+Will Office Building, Atlanta, GA (LEED Platinum) City of Raleigh Transit Operations Facility, Raleigh, NC (LEED Platinum) Department of Environment & Natural Resources, Raleigh, NC (LEED Platinum) 1075 Peachtree Office Tower, Atlanta, GA (LEED Silver) Brasfield & Gorrie Corporate HQ, Birmingham, AL (LEED Certified) WakeMed Medical Park, Raleigh, NC (LEED Silver) Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway, Atlanta, GA (LEED Silver) SpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway, Atlanta, GA (LEED Gold) Anzalduas Crossing Land Port of Entry, McAllen, TX (LEED Silver) 271 17th Street, Atlanta, GA (LEED Gold) Phipps Tower, Atlanta, GA (LEED Gold) Donna Land Port of Entry, Donna, TX (LEED Gold) The Weather Channel HD Studio, Atlanta, GA (LEED Gold) Medical University of South Carolina Bioengineering Building, Charleston, SC (LEED Silver pending) 3630 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA (LEED Silver pending) Baylor Medical Center at Uptown, Dallas, TX (LEED Silver) Phoebe Sumter Outpatient Clinics, Americus, GA (LEED Silver) Phoebe Sumter Medical Center, Americus, GA (LEED Silver) Blue Cross Blue Shield Data Center, Birmingham, AL (LEED Gold) Athens Technical College Health Sciences Building, Athens, GA (LEED Silver) Paideia School, Atlanta, GA (LEED Gold) M. Miller Gorrie Center, Auburn University, Auburn, AL (LEED Gold) Mission Hospital Cancer Center, Asheville, NC (LEED Gold) Market at Colonnade - Whole Foods, Raleigh, NC (LEED Silver)
many solutions At Brasfield & Gorrie, we keep the business of building moving by creating minimal disruptions, paying special attention to site preparation, cleanliness, maintenance and architectural considerations. When multi-facility projects require consensus building, value analysis, and fast-tracking, Brasfield & Gorrie excels. Our skilled planning and highly rated self-perform capabilities help us create efficient and budget conscious buildings while accommodating the needs of specialized clients, including those with LEED requirements.
MIXED-USE With the growing number of retail/residential projects appearing in cities across the nation, live/work/play is becoming a major ingredient in defining quality of life environments for people on the go. And to our credit, Brasfield & Gorrie has earned considerable experience in building these high energy, fast-paced neighborhoods.
UGA Performing & Fine Arts Center · Athens, GA
RETAIL Brasfield & Gorrie has more than 20 years of retail construction experience tailoring flexible contract arrangements for developers and tenants, maintaining public access to operating retail stores, and fasttracking the schedule when necessary.
Saks Fifth Avenue · Palm Beach, FL
OFFICE From low-rise to high-rise, build-to-suit or complete renovations, Brasfield & Gorrie has earned acclaim in all facets of commercial construction. Our efficient planning and cost effective phasing – coupled with a strong tradition of effective value analysis solutions – enables your building to come to life.
Roundabout · Nashville, TN
CLUBHOUSES In addition to many private community facilities, Brasfield & Gorrie has built clubhouses for all seven courses on Alabama’s nationally acclaimed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Working against strict deadlines coinciding with special events and on-time owner move-in, we leverage our vast experience and efficiency to make tee time on time.
Atlanta Country Club · Alpharetta, GA
SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT Fun and games? Absolutely. With arenas, museums, science centers, performing arts complexes, auditoriums, casinos, and movie theaters in our portfolio, our experience in the sports and entertainment market is among the most accomplished in the Southeast. A great example is The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. Proudly, it holds the record as the world’s largest aquarium, which houses several beluga whales.
Georgia Aquarium · Atlanta, GA
RELIGIOUS With more than a quarter century of experience in church campus construction, Brasfield & Gorrie is uniquely positioned to assist congregations in building (or renovating) their houses of worship. Our consensus-building and negotiated contract capabilities, combined with our corporate commitment to community involvement, have helped to solidify our reputation among church building and capital campaign committees.
Buckhead Church · Atlanta, GA
Our ability to self-perform gives us superior control over
cost, schedule, quality, and safety. Self-performance on a project can range from 5 to 95 percent, depending on the type
We pride ourselves in delivering world-class
of construction. On average, we
facilities to our clients, and our commercial
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the work on our projects. By selfperforming work that many of our
commercial construction projects make up
competitors must subcontract,
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we CAN eliminate an additional
volume. Our extensive experience includes
markup AND REDUCE PROJECT COSTS FOR THE OWNER.
developments and offices designed for corporate headquarters, medical offices, and other unique needs. Frequently, we complete the construction for both the base building and its interiors, building them out to suit the specific needs of the client. By simultaneously handling the interior and exterior work, our team is able to ensure that the schedule progresses efficiently and effectively so that we can turn the building over for your use as quickly as possible.
retail, hotels, condominiums, mixed-use
Layout and engineering Demolition Grading and excavation Utility/yard piping Concrete structure Miscellaneous metals Rough carpentry Finish carpentry Doors, frames, and hardware Specialities
WORK MIX BY TYPE
7% Hospitality Healthcare 37%
Federal 7% Power 1%
16% Commercial Other 2%
Market at Colonnade - Whole Foods (LEED Silver), Raleigh, North Carolina
Retail Fit-up RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Saks Fifth Avenue at Tyson’s Corner McLean, Virginia Brasfield & Gorrie began the multi-phase renovation of the three-story, 116,000 sq ft Saks Fifth Avenue at Tyson’s Corner in February 2001. The store maintained normal working hours throughout the duration of the project. The entire middle floor was gutted to allow for new cosmetic and jewelry areas. The existing Fifth Avenue Club was relocated from the middle floor to the top floor. $3.9 million Owner Saks Incorporated Architects Callison Barteluce Tucci, Segrete & Rosen
Shoppes of Kildaire Cary, NORTH CAROLINA Brasfield & Gorrie was contacted to complete the 48,000 sq ft interior and the exterior facade renovation of the shopping center. Work also included complete fit-up of the Staples store and shell for Trader Joe’s. Brasfield & Gorrie has been involved in many similar renovation and interior build out projects of older or new white box spaces. With this experience Brasfield & Gorrie will be well equipped for upcoming projects in which the goal is to use existing retail or office spaces with a new or updated design. $2.4 million Owner Regency Centers Architect Davenport Architecture & Design, Inc.
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Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA This project is a one-story, 40,000 sq ft shell building for Whole Foods Market fitup. It has load bearing masonry and steel construction. Originally slated for LEED Certified, the project has achieved LEED Silver certification with a score of 28 points. It is the first retail project in the Triangle to seek LEED certification. $6.1 million Owner Regency Centers Architect CMH Architects, Inc.
The lassiter at north hills Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA Brasfield & Gorrie partnered together with Kane Realty to revitalize an 18,000 sq ft multi-tenant retail building in the North Hills neighborhood of Raleigh. The project consisted of renovating the existing brick facade and updating the parking lot and landscaping. The focal point of the project is the precast concrete Rotunda with its skylight and copper canopies. The existing merchants at The Lassiter continued to conduct business throughout the demolition and construction process. $2.3 million Owner Cousins Properties/Jim Wilson & Associates Architect CMH Architects, Inc.
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Retail Fit-up RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Whole Foods - market at colonnade
Office RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Epic Games office building Cary, NORTH CAROLINA Epic Games is one of the most dynamic gaming companies in their industry. The state-of-the-art, 85,000 sq ft video game development facility includes a motion capture studio, art studios, data center, a 12-foot rock climbing wall, meeting rooms, workout facility, and a stairwell with a slide from the second to first floor. The project also included a renovation of 35,000 sq ft of existing space. Capital Associates was honored for the Epic Games headquarters building project as the “2011 Triangle Redevelopment of the Year” from the Triangle Business Journal Space Awards. $15.1 million Owner Epic Games Corporate Interiors – Bass, Berry & Sims Architect MSTSD, Inc.
3700 Glenwood Raleigh, North Carolina The 3700 Glenwood North site is in a high profile location of Glenwood Avenue, a major thoroughfare into downtown Raleigh. This project included the successful demolition of several buildings to accommodate the new office building and parking structure. The site was reworked to incorporate a new entrance and exit that is exquisitely landscaped. A covered connection joins the building to the parking deck with a Regions Bank branch on the first floor. This project is also the home for Brasfield & Gorrie’s Raleigh regional office. The successful relationship built during the project construction has led to the award of further projects. $13.9 million Owner Grubb Ventures Architect Duda Paine Architects B R A S F IE L D & G O R R IE , llc
Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA Progress Energyâ€™s corporate headquarters energizes the skyline of downtown Raleigh. This 20-story, 880,000 sq ft mixed-use highrise project sits on a three acre site. This project is their commitment to boost the civic, commercial, and cultural interests of the downtown Raleigh area. The space includes a 12-story, 380,000 sq ft office tower; a 17,000 sq ft energy trading floor; and 23,000 sq ft of retail. Environmentally friendly and energyefficient products and processes were utilized on the project. A unique feature of the project is that it was built without a steel frame utilizing poured concrete frames instead. $58.2 million Owner Progress Energy Service Company Architects Cooper Carry Cline Design Associates Architects
Progress Energy Building Restack Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA This 344,000 sq ft interior renovation of 17.5 floors of the existing Progress Energy Building in downtown Raleigh includes 1,304 offices with conference room space, eat-in kitchens, and other gathering spaces. The project is seeking LEED Silver Certification and provides Progress Energy an updated, modern facility to attract employees. Brasfield & Gorrie has partnered with Metcon for a Joint Venture for this project. $21.6 million Owner Progress Energy Service Company Architect Gensler
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Office RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
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Office RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Founders Federal Credit Union Office Building Lancaster, South Carolina The Founder’s Federal Credit Union consists of a 30-acre site with an 8-acre pond classified as a protected wetland/waterway by the Army Corps of Engineers. The multi-phased campus-style project houses the credit union’s call center, accounting, human resources, training, marketing and administrative departments. An 8,000 sq ft operations support center rounds out the facility. $24 million Owner Founders Credit Union Architect Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
Perkins + Will Office Building Atlanta, Georgia The two-phase renovation included, first, the demolition of 2,000 sq ft of post-tensioned concrete, all existing interior finishes, and the majority of the building’s exterior glass, followed by the erection of a modern steel structure on the front of the building, the replacement of all MEP systems, and a complete interior build-out. Throughout the demolition and construction process, the Fulton County Library, a longstanding tenant that occupies the building’s first floor, remained operable and safe for its patrons. This is the highest-scoring LEED project in the Northern Hemisphere. $11.5 million Owner Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. Architect Perkins + Will B R A S F IE L D & G O R R IE , llc
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Mixed-Use RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
3630 Peachtree Atlanta, Georgia 3630 Peachtree is a 1,320,000 sq ft mixeduse facility located on 3.8 acres. The structure consists of 130 high-end condominium units and seven ultra-high end Ritz Carlton penthouse units on 17 floors, with a floor plate of approximately 17,000 sq ft each. The residential component also includes a 11,700 sq ft amenity level. $147 million Owners Pope & Land Enterprises Post Properties Novare Group Duke Realty Architect Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
1075 Peachtree Atlanta, Georgia 1075 Peachtree is a mixed use project located in Midtown Atlanta. Part of the 12th & Midtown project, a $2 billion mixed-use development which includes 1010 Midtown. 1075 Peachtree consists of a 38-story, 725,000 sq ft class A office tower, 39-story, 414-room Loews hotel tower with 52 luxury condos on top, 1713 space parking deck, and 60,000 sq ft of street retail. The hotel is a four diamond hotel with one of the largest conference spaces in the city and the only one with a city view from the fourteenth floor. This facility also has a full restaurant and bar. $267 million Owner Daniel Corporation Architect Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, LLC
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Richmond, Virginia Riverside on the James is a 300,532 sq ft, 15-story mixed use high-rise which includes 230,352 sq ft of office space and 10 stories with 122 luxury condominiums. Brasfield & Gorrie also completed the 137,000 sq ft, fivefloor build-out for Troutman Sanders, LLP. The project includes two levels totaling 70,000 sq ft of retail space and a 15-story, 800-space parking deck. $54.5 million Owner Richmond Power Plant Investors, LLC Architect Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
Dynetech center Orlando, Florida Dynetech Center is a 615,000 sq ft, 30-story mixed-use high-rise facility that includes 154,000 sq ft of office space on seven floors, 14 floors of residential living and one floor of restaurant and retail space. There is a eightlevel parking garage with 600 spaces. Unique features include a completely glass exterior, rooftop pool, eight-story art display panels around the parking deck and private entrances and separate elevator banks for office and residential users. $43.3 million Owner Lincoln Properties Architect Baker Barrios Architects, Inc.
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Mixed-Use RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
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Plaza Midtown Atlanta, Georgia Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Plaza Midtown encompasses an entire 3.3-acre city block, and consists of two 20-story towers with 418 high rise residential condominiums. The two towers sit atop 70,000 sq ft of retail space which is anchored by a Publix supermarket. An underground parking garage has space for 900 cars. Brasfield & Gorrie completed this 1.3 million sq ft project in two years. $65 million Owner Daniel Corporation Architect Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
The Banks Cincinnati, Ohio The Banks, a mixed-use development on Cincinnati’s riverfront between Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ballpark, will soon become the crowning jewel of downtown Cincinnati. Brasfield & Gorrie is constructing Phase 1 of this master plan development, which will consist of 300 residential apartments, 60,000 sq ft of retail space and above grade parking. The Banks project will include roughly 2.8 million sq ft of new mixed-use construction, including up to one million sq ft of office space, up to 1,800 housing units, up to 200 hotel rooms, up to 300,000 sq ft of retail, and a 45-acre park. The Banks is sure to be a model to be followed for “Live, Work, Play” communities. $49 million Owner Riverbank Renaissance Phase 1A Architect C R Architecture & Design B R A S F IE L D & G O R R IE , llc
Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA Brasfield & Gorrie was selected as the low bidder on this design-build project. The center includes a two-story, 28,769 sq ft administration/operations building, a 61,484 sq ft maintenance building, a 7,482 sq ft bus wash facility, and a two-lane fueling depot building. The facility houses 125 buses with the option of expanding to a capacity of 200 in the future. This is one of the first integrated facilities of its kind to achieve LEED Platinum in the southeastern U.S. $24.5 million Owner City of Raleigh Architects Williard Ferm Architects, PA Cline Design Associates, PA
Department of environmental and natural resources office building Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA The Green Square Complex is a sustainable development project that will bring North Carolina’s state environmental offices and a nationally significant Nature Research Center to the heart of the state’s capital city. Brasfield & Gorrie was selected to build the 149,350 sq ft, five-story DENR office building component. The building is connected via a one-level bridge to the remaining offices, which were incorporated as part of the NRC building. The Green Square Complex is pursuing a LEED Gold for the DENR office building. Features include under-floor air distribution system, green roof, and more. $26.7 million Owner State of North Carolina Architect O’Brien/Atkins Associates, PA BRAS F I E LD & G OR R I E , llc
Government/office RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
City of Raleigh transit operations facility
Higher Education RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
Valentine Commons Raleigh, North Carolina The joint venture team of Brasfield & Gorrie/ Clancy & Theys was selected to complete this new, off campus college residential community. The project is adjacent to campus, allowing students to walk to classes and other activities. Valentine Commons is comprised of 373,911 sq ft student housing including 277 apartments, 1,520 sq ft retail, 238,969 sq ft parking deck, and 8,235 sq ft office. The project is developer-owned and leased back to North Carolina State University. It is scheduled to be completed prior to the 20122013 academic year. $55 million Owner Capstone Development Architect Design Collective
University of north Carolina at chapel hill - Lenoir dining Hall Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA This project is a 24,704 sq ft renovation of the upper level buffet dining area. Phase I consisted of adding a concrete floor in the last two-story space in the building to allow for 200 additional seats. Phase II required demolishing all existing venue millwork and removal of all kitchen equipment. Included several sustainable components such as recycled glass counter tops, bamboo dinnerware, and LED lighting. $4.1 million Owner University of North Carolina Architect Williard Ferm Architects, PA
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Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA The Daniel Corporation came to Brasfield and Gorrie and requested we build a community of luxury apartments in the North Raleigh community of Wakefield. The multi-family 320-unit apartment community consists of 14 apartment buildings and five garages over 38 acres and 418,733 sq ft. The complex includes a clubhouse, maintenance building, car wash, and playground. This prestigious community combines the finer qualities of architecture and style. Gourmet kitchens, elegant french doors, and relaxing garden tubs are a few of the amenities included in each home. Abundant bright windows bring warmth to the cozy interiors. $19.1 million Owner Daniel Corporation Architects J. Davis Architects Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.
Regents Park Atlanta, Georgia Regents Park is a high-end town home development in the heart of Buckhead with 23 total units ranging from 4,500 to 7,000 sq ft. Regents Park consists of 14 four-level units with basement level and nine one-floor flatstyle units. $21 million Owner Carter & Associates Architect Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, LLC
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Multi-Family RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
The Columns at Wakefield
M/WBE INVOLVEMENT At Brasfield & Gorrie, we take a proactive approach to involving minority and disadvantaged companies in our work. It is a commitment we take seriouslyâ€”and one we have embraced since our beginning. As a construction industry leader and one of the largest contractors in the United States, we understand our direct influence on the vitality of small businesses and their growth. We are committed to providing partnering and subcontracting opportunities for small and disadvantaged businesses. In addition, we provide special assistance and counseling in accounting, estimating, marketing, and other construction management best practices as part of our outreach and industry training.
LOCAL PARTICIPATION We are dedicated to further establishing our company in the nearby community and becoming part of the local landscape. We strive to provide local subcontractors and vendors opportunities to be a part of our construction teams. Through various efforts, including community involvement, information sessions, and local government participation, we hope to establish real relationships with local business leaders throughout the local community.
SAFETY Brasfield & Gorrie strives to be the safest general contractor in every market we serve. Instead of simply complying with regulatory standards, we aggressively pursue excellence in construction safety. We set expectations for safety standards and procedures at the beginning of every project and maintain that focus throughout the project. Our current experience modification rate (EMR) of 0.55 is almost half the national average. We have received multiple safety awards, including the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) Platinum or Gold Award for safety for the last nine years. In addition, we are designated as an ABC Accredited Quality Contractor for our commitment to safety, training, employee benefits, and community relations.
SAFETY IS A PRIORITY AT BRASFIELD & GORRIE. MORE THAN 1,100 OF OUR SALARIED EMPLOYEES HAVE COMPLETED THE OSHA 300 30-HOUR SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM.
RECENT AWARDS & INDUSTRY RANKINGS Engineering News-Record (2012 National)
Engineering News- Record Southeast (2012)
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) (2012) Modern Healthcare
No. 7 in “The Top 25 in Healthcare” No. 9 in “The Top 25 in Commercial Offices” No. 15 in “The Top 50 in Domestic General Building” No. 21 in “The Top Green Contractors” No. 27 in “The Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts” No. 31 in “The Top 400 Contractors” No. 74 in “The Top 200 in Environmental Firms” No. 1 in “General Contractors” by market sector No. 1 in “Private Contractors” No. 1 in “General Building” No. 1 in “Health Care” No. 2 in “Top Contractors” by revenue No. 2 in “Hard-Bid” No. 2 in “Cultural” No. 3 in “Green” No. 3 in “Hotel, Motels & Convention” No. 4 in “Commercial” No. 6 in “Negotiated” No. 6 in “Telecommunications” No. 7 in “Residential” No. 7 in “Entertainment” No. 8 in “Public Contractors” No. 8 in “Government” No. 10 in “Retail” No. 10 in “Sports and Recreation” No. 11 in “Educational” No. 15 in “CM-at-Risk” No. 34 in “Transportation” No. 38 in “Design-Build (Construction Only)” Two national awards 27 ABC Excellence or Merit in Construction Awards (Alabama, Carolinas, Central Florida, Georgia, and Mid-Tennessee Chapters)
No. 6 in “Top Healthcare General Contractors in the Nation” (ranked in the top 10 since 1998)
MISSION TO BUILD WITH INTEGRITY WHILE EXCEEDING THE EXPECTATIONS OF OUR CLIENTS, BUSINESS PARTNERS, EMPLOYEES AND COMMUNITIES.
VISION To be the best general contractor in the United States.
VALUES Safety People Rewarding Work Environment Commitment to Excellence Integrity Teamwork Stewardship
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