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EDUCATION

OFFICE

HOSPITALITY MULTI-FAMILY SENIOR CARE HEALTHCARE

SERVICES

ABOUT


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ABOUT US

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OFFICE

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SAFETY

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EDUCATION

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HEALTHCARE

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WOOD FRAME

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SENIOR CARE

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INDUSTRIAL

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MULTI-FAMILY

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SPECIALTY

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HOSPITALITY

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CONTACT US


ABOUT US 2016

CHARLOTTE

1959 ATLANTA

2019

1915

DALLAS

WEST POINT

1957 JACKSONVILLE

1983 TAMPA

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2019 ORLANDO


550+

Batson-Cook employees

Began operations in textile and mill village construction.

JANUARY 10

2008

100+

Batson-Cook has been in business for over 100 years under the same name.

89.4%

Repeat Clients over the last 5 years

Batson-Cook became a wholly owned subsidiary of Kajima USA. As is KUSA’s intent, Batson-Cook operates as an independent entity.

TOP

200

Consistently ranked in the top 200 contractors in the United States according to Engineering News-Record.

ABOUT

1915

Founded by Mr. W.C. Batson and Mr. Edmund F. Cook in West Point, Georgia, the company’s current headquarters.


OUR VALUES

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ABOUT

WE CARE ABOUT PEOPLE AND RESULTS. We care about people, all people; our Batson-Cook colleagues, our clients, and our trade partners. We care about their safety and the positive results from the work that we do together.

WE ARE PASSIONATE. We believe passion is the fuel that produces excellence and we encourage enthusiastic behavior.

WE ALWAYS STRIVE TO DO THE RIGHT THING. We believe that honesty and integrity are pillars of success and when faced with tough decisions we should always do the right thing.

WE DO WHAT WE SAY WE ARE GOING TO DO. We embrace accountability and take responsibility for our work. We take pride in doing what we say we are going to do.

WE BUILD STRONG, LASTING RELATIONSHIPS. We work hard to develop meaningful relationships through mutual respect. We appreciate the value of trust and the key role that it plays in successful projects.


LEADERSHIP R. RANDALL HALL PRESIDENT & CEO

KEVIN APPLETON

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

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JEFFREY KRALL

NANCY BLACK

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

VICE PRESIDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES & CORPORATE SECRETARY

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ALLEN WESTMORELAND VICE PRESIDENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT


ABOUT SERVICES HOSPITALITY MULTI-FAMILY SENIOR CARE HEALTHCARE

PAUL MEADOWS

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, WEST POINT & DALLAS DIVISIONS

CARL FRINZI

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, WOOD FRAME DIVISION ATLANTA

CURT RIGNEY

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, CHARLOTTE DIVISION

EVENDER SPRADLIN

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, JACKSONVILLE & ORLANDO DIVISIONS

OFFICE

DENISON GODWIN

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, HEALTHCARE DIVISION - ATLANTA

CONN CRABTREE

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, TAMPA DIVISION

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EDUCATION

JOE APPLETON

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, PRIVATE COMMERCIAL DIVISION ATLANTA


GIVING BACK Batson-Cook’s commitment to giving back to the communities in which we live and work began with our founders, W.C. Batson and Edmund Cook. They helped the people of West Point, Georgia rebuild their lives and homes following two natural disasters - a tornado and a flood - which occurred not long after the company was founded in 1915. Over the ensuing century, the BatsonCook family has honored its founders by being as passionate about giving back as we are about building. We strive to live by our core values of doing the right thing and caring about people. Our employees are leaders in their communities, and our company does not step away from an opportunity to help improve life for those around us.

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Clays for a Cause, Gay, GA

“We strive to make meaningful contributions; and we embrace our company’s civic conscience.” - Randy Hall, President & CEO

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100-Year Anniversary Day of Service, Atlanta, GA


ABOUT 100-Year Anniversary Day of Service, Atlanta, GA

Boulder Dash, Cumming, GA

Honor Bus, Columbus, GA

Back the Pack, Rock Hill, SC

Clays 4 Heart, Jacksonville, FL

First Responders Appreciation Lunch, Auburn,11 AL


SAFETY

A strong culture of safety is at the foundation of how we protect our Batson-Cook colleagues, our clients, our trade partners and communities in which we work. We know that a concerted effort to protect safety, health and the environment has a direct effect on the engagement of our workforce and the quality of work we perform. Batson-Cook’s Health, Safety and Environmental management system follows the following guiding principles: Visible Leadership Commitment Safety leadership starts at the top. Our leadership has established the expectation that all BatsonCook employees, as well as our trade partners will perform safe work, and will continuously look for opportunities to improve and apply best practices. They recognize and re-enforce reinforce employees’ positive behaviors and those individuals that support our safety efforts and expectations. Pre-planning Our preconstruction department makes every effort to identify and budget for health and safety resources, as well as identifying proactive systems and technologies. In partnership with our project teams, safety risks are identified, assessed and 10

planned for in advance. Our employees are trained and empowered to engage in health and safety planning; to identify and speak up about hazards in the workplace; and report and learn from unintended events. Safe Start Our Safe Start Program is Batson-Cook’s system for on-boarding each trade partner prior to starting work and continues throughout the project. The preparation and various pro-active safety meetings allow us to discuss work methods, assess risk, and agree to controls and procedures. Continual Improvement Our operations teams and HSE professionals analyze all unintended or unplanned events whether they result in injury or not. The information learned from these events allow us to identify root causes as well as opportunities for implementing new technologies, systems or processes. Lessons are shared within the company and trade partners to continually refine our safety measures. Batson-Cook believes that the more we talk about safety, the more we cultivate a strong, proactive safety culture where our people embrace ownership for the health and safety of themselves and others. 12


SAFETY

Everyone at Batson-Cook “owns� safety. Every employee takes safety personally, from being committed to working safely to suggesting ways to continuously improve our safety practices, whether in the field or office.

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HEALTHCARE Northside Hospital Forsyth, Cumming, GA

UF Health North Tower Addition, Jacksonville, FL

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Emory University Hospital Perioperative Expansion, Atlanta, GA

Northside Hospital Cherokee Cancer Center, Canton, GA

John B. Amos Cancer Center, Columbus, GA


John B. Amos Cancer Center, Columbus, GA

St. Vincent’s Medical Center Mayo Cancer Center, Jacksonville, FL

Northside Hospital Cherokee, Canton, GA

AdventHealth Wesley Chapel OR Renovations, Wesley Chapel, FL

Northside Midtown Medical Office Building, Atlanta, GA

Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Newnan, GA

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HEALTHCARE

Baptist Medical Center J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Tower, Jacksonville, FL


SENIOR CARE Benton House, Port Orange, FL

Adventist Care Center, Celebration, FL

Thrive at Green Island, Columbus, GA

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Clarity Pointe, Jacksonville, FL

Adventist Care Center, Celebration, FL

Benton House, Alpharetta, GA

Orchard View, Columbus, GA


SENIOR CARE

Benton House, Johns Creek, GA

Clarity Pointe, Jacksonville, FL

Benton House, Bluffton, SC

Adventist Care Center, Taveres, FL

Adventist Care Center, Celebration, FL

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Thrive at Green Island, Columbus, GA


MULTI-FAMILY The Pearl, Tampa, FL

North & Line, Atlanta, GA

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SkyHouse, Dallas, TX

Museum Tower Apartments, Charlotte, NC

Two Addison Place, Pooler, GA


SkyHouse, Denver, CO

Astoria at the Aramore, Atlanta, GA

Museum Tower Apartments, Charlotte, NC

The Towers at Channelside, Tampa, FL

SkyHouse, Atlanta, GA

MULTI-FAMILY

Black Banks Residences, Sea Island, GA


HOSPITALITY The Renaissance Hotel, Atlanta, GA

The Cloister Hotel, Sea Island, GA

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AC Marriott, Huntsville, AL

Hampton Inn, Columbus, GA

Hilton Charlotte City Center, Charlotte, NC


Hampton Inn, Columbus, GA

Frederica Country Club, Sea Island, GA

AC Marriott, Huntsville, AL

HOSPITALITY

Hampton Inn, Lanett, AL

The Renaissance Hotel, Atlanta, GA

The Cloister Hotel, Sea Island, GA


OFFICE Gateway II Office Building, Atlanta, GA

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Duke Energy, Charlotte, NC

Regency Woods II, Cary, NC

Hearst Tower, Charlotte, NC


BlueCross BlueShield Call Center, Columbus, GA

Aflac Paul S. Amos Campus Expansion, Columbus, GA

IDI Headquarters, Atlanta, GA

OFFICE

BlueCross BlueShield Call Center, Columbus, GA

The Galleria Complex, Atlanta, GA

Regency Woods II, Cary, NC


EDUCATION Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dothan, AL Thompson Elementary School, Tampa, FL

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Flagler College Proctor Library, St. Augustine, FL

LaGrange College New Science Building & Renovation, LaGrange, GA

Columbus State University Corn Center for the Visual Arts, Columbus, GA


Oakdale Elementary School, Rock Hill, SC

Jack Lamb Elementary School, Tampa, FL

LaGrange College Laboratory Sciences Building, LaGrange, GA

Jack Lamb Elementary School, Tampa, FL

Jesuit High School Administration Building, Tampa, FL

EDUCATION

Gaither High School, Tampa, FL


WOOD FRAME Two Addison Place, Pooler, GA

Element South, Charlotte, NC

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The Gibson, Charlotte, NC

Benton House Woodstock, Woodstock, GA

North & Line, Atlanta, GA


WOOD FRAME North & Line, Atlanta, GA

Benton House Aiken, Aiken, SC

The Gibson, Charlotte, NC

Element South, Charlotte, NC

Two Addison Place, Pooler, GA

Benton House St. John’s, St. John’s, FL


INDUSTRIAL Mitsubishi Power Systems, Pooler, GA

Cruise Terminal No. 3, Tampa, FL

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Port Tampa Bay Container Terminal Facilities, Tampa, FL

GTE Technology Center Utility Plant, Tampa, FL

Mobil Chemical Films Manufacturing Plant, LaGrange, GA


Port Tampa Bay Petroleum Facilities, Tampa, FL Mitsubishi Power Systems, Pooler, GA

e^DeltaCom, Suwanee, GA

Cessna Assembly Building, Columbus, GA

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Lockhead Martin, Marietta, GA

INDUSTRIAL

Port Tampa Bay Refrigerated Warehouse, Tampa, FL


SPECIALTY Harris County Community Center, Columbus, GA

National Infantry Museum, Columbus, GA

28 Gantt Center for African-American Arts & Culture, Charlotte, NC

Sweetland Amphitheater at Boyd Park, LaGrange, GA

Baptist Tabernacle Church, LaGrange, GA


SPECIALTY Chattahoochee River Restoration, Columbus, GA

Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC Jesuit High School Chapel of the Holy Cross, Tampa, FL

Fort Benning Gateway, Columbus, GA

National Infantry Museum, Columbus, GA

Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center, Marietta, GA


CONTACT OFFICE LOCATIONS CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 817 Fourth Avenue West Point, GA 31833 706.643.2500

ATLANTA 2859 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30339 770.955.1951

CHARLOTTE 1900 South Boulevard, Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28203 704.790.4040

DALLAS 1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 740 Irving, TX 75038 972.550.3417

JACKSONVILLE 8860 Philips Highway Jacksonville, FL 32241 904.268.0094

ORLANDO 1560 N. Orange Avenue, Suite 220 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.550.8924

TAMPA 1101 Channelside Drive, Suite 401 Tampa, FL 33602 813.221.7575

WEST POINT 801 Fourth Avenue West Point, GA 31833 706.643.2500

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