Completed Projects

A New Kitty Stone Elementary

Project Size -$11,830,356.00, 93,000+ square foot facility including a gym, cafeteria, courtyard classroom area, and multiple classroom wings

 

Architect- McKee & Associates

 

Superintendent- Dan Lackey

 

Project Manager- Chad Beasley

 

Construction began in February 2015 and was completed in August of 2016.

 


 

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Beulah High School Library Addition

 

First Team Construction Company of Auburn was awarded the contract for the new $1.24 million Beulah High School Library Addition in Valley, AL.  This is a nearly 6,000 square foot new facility.  Construction began September 2013, and was completed in June of 2014.  The project team consisted of Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood- architects, Curtis Schultz- Superintendent, Chad Beasley- Project Manager, and Dan Cadden- Assistant Project Manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Resource Center for Southern Union Community College in Wadley, AL

First Team Construction Company of Auburn was awarded the contract for the new $7.56 million Resource Center for Southern Union Community College in Wadley, AL.  This is a 21,000 square foot new resource center facility with a 1,700 square foot storm shelter.  The project team consisted of PH&J Architects Inc., Wade Peterson- Superintendent, Chad Beasley- Project Manager, and Dan Cadden- Assistant Project Manager.  Construction began January 2014, and was completed April 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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Replacement Buildings for T.R. Miller High School for the Brewton City Board of Education

Contract Amount: $9.7 million
Architect: McKee & Associates

This is a multi-phase demolition and new addition project that will include 48,500 square feet of new facilities with classrooms and laboratories for students, as well as office and study areas.  The project team will consisted of Stan Shaw- Superintendent, Chad Beasley- Project Manager, and Dan Cadden- Assistant Project Manager. Construction began summer 2013 with the last phase completed in November 2015.




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