Hardin Construction Company, LLC wins 19.9 million contract to renovate existing historic buildings and build three new structures at Savannah State University.
(1888PressRelease) November 02, 2010 - Hardin Construction Company has begun a $19.9 million project to build new student housing and renovate two historical buildings on the campus of Savannah State University.
The student-housing component includes demolition of an existing structure to make way for three new buildings totaling 607 beds and 170,000 square feet that will feature suite and semi-suite style housing for freshmen women and men. Additionally, renovation of historic Adams and Morgan halls, which date to the early 1920s and 1930s, will provide spaces for academic, conference and social areas in support of the new residence hall. The project will also include the addition of hardscape and pedestrian areas.
The construction will support student enrollment growth at Savannah State University.
The architect of record is HADP Architecture, Inc., of Atlanta.
Hardin, which has built more than five million square feet of higher-education facilities, is scheduled to complete the project in January of 2012.
About Hardin Construction
Hardin Construction Company, LLC provides unequalled construction services through its culture of integrity, innovation and opportunity. Hardin is ranked among the nation's top construction companies and is nationally recognized by the industry for its outstanding safety record. A leader in green construction, Hardin has completed nearly 20 LEED-certified projects and has more than 40 LEED Accredited Professionals. Founded in 1946 and privately held, Hardin's services include general construction, construction management, design-build, and renovation for projects of broad scope and complexity. Hardin has headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., and offices in Tampa, Fla., Orlando, Fla., Raleigh, N.C., and Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.hardinconstruction.com.