Brasfield & Gorrie works alongside clients to build up the South one project at a time. The company provides construction management, general contracting, and design/build services for commercial, industrial, governmental, health care, and institutional projects, primarily in the Southeast. Besides LEED-certified buildings, its portfolio of projects ranges from high-rise offices and health care facilities to freeway bridges and wastewater treatment plans. The company boasts about a dozen offices, as well as locations focused on renting or selling equipment. Originally founded by Thomas C. Brasfield in 1922, the company was acquired by chairman and CEO Miller Gorrie in 1964.
Brasfield & Gorrie, which boasts some 2,900 employees companywide, operates its business through offices located in Georgia (Atlanta and Columbus), Alabama (Birmingham), Texas (Dallas), Florida (Jacksonville and Orlando), Tennessee (Nashville), and North Carolina (Raleigh).
Engineering News-Record ranks Brasfield & Gorrie 32nd among the nation's "Top 400 Contractors" for 2012. The company has worked on, among other notable structures, the world's largest aquarium (located in Atlanta), Nashville's tallest building (the AT&T Tower), and Alabama's first LEED-certified building (Homewood Middle School). The company has made other strides in green construction, including building a port in McAllen, Texas, that has received LEED certification.
The company leverages specific technology to serve the needs of its clients. To this end, it maintains several software platforms, such as Revit, Tekla, Autodesk Quantity Takeoff (QTO), Synchro, and Autodesk Navisworks.
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Construction firm Brasfield & Gorrie serves several markets as part of its business. Its projects span sectors such as healthcare, commercial, institutional, federal, municipal, industrial, and wastewater treatment.
Chairman and CEO Miller Gorrie owns the company. – less
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