A modern athletic facility is rapidly taking shape on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Kronospan, a worldwide producer of laminated wood products, recently completed a multi-million dollar expansion of their production facilities located near Oxford, Alabama.
ServisFirst Bank is developing a new 100-thousand sq ft corporate headquarters in Homewood, Alabama. ConcreteSouth’s Kirkpatrick operation is the ready mix supplier for the 18-month project.
A rapid pace of delivery was just one challenge for constructing a new medical distribution center in Prattville, Alabama. The other? Ensuring a consistent mix design for strict floor specifications.
Located on a 266-acre site in Huntsville, Ala., the new $83 million Southeast Water Treatment Plant will soon be treating millions of gallons of drinking water daily for area residents and businesses.
The company recently completed a second expansion of its manufacturing, assembly, and distribution facility in Steele, Ala.
Kirkpatrick Concrete continues its relationship with The Barber Motorsports Park, a multi-purpose racing facility and vintage motorcycle museum located in Leeds, Alabama.
After operating for 100 years in Birmingham, Ala., Red Diamond, Inc., moved its headquarters to a new campus about 20 miles away in Moody, Ala.
Construction of a large distribution warehouse in South Alabama posed two unique challenges. First, the floors had to be super flat. Second, the tilt-up panels that formed the structure were unusually tall.
When the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) decided to replace the 84-year-old B.B. Comer bridge over the Tennessee River, it knew that the multi-year project was both a necessity and a monumental undertaking.
n an ongoing effort to accommodate the flow of vehicle traffic through its state, the Alabama Department of Transportation has spent the last 10 years widening Interstate 20 (I-20) to six lanes.
Completing Interstate 22 in Alabama has been a multi-year project that wrapped up in 2015 when the $168 million initiative opened for business across a 213-mile-long stretch between Memphis, Tenn., and Birmingham, Ala.