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Where Does the Construction Industry Stand Now Months Into Pandemic?

In April, we posted this blog about the impacts of COVID-19 on the construction industry. While much of Georgia was in ‘lockdown’ mode at that time, the industry continued to operate as construction was – and is – considered essential. In the months since then, we’ve seen a ‘new normal’ set in as we navigate…

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Albion Establishes ‘Albion Achievement Endowed Scholarship’ at Five Universities in Georgia

In today’s social climate, it is vital for us as a company to look inwardly to see what we can do to help our society. To bring change. To make a difference. To have a lasting impact. To whom much is given, much will be required. Albion has been very blessed.  We recognize that we…

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Albion Leverages Brownfield Expertise for Atlanta Humane Society Project

We recently shared that we have been operating as the Program Manager for the Atlanta Humane Society’s New Headquarters project. In our role as Program Manager, we recruited Leonard Diprima from United Consulting and Scott Laseter of KMCL Law to join our brownfield remediation team. This exceptional group guided the Atlanta Humane Society (AHS) through…

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UNG Observatory Replacement Coming Along

You may remember from this post from the fall that highlighted an exciting project with Warren Epstein and Associates at the University of North Georgia. We are replacing the existing Observatory on the Dahlonega campus. The existing Observatory was a facility utilized for astronomy instructional labs, undergraduate and faculty research, joint research projects with the…

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Atlanta Humane Society and Albion Teaming Up For New Headquarters

Albion is thrilled to announce our partnership with the Atlanta Humane Society. We are honored to be their chosen Program Manager for their new Atlanta headquarters. AHS will be moving from their Howell Mill location to a new location on Perry Boulevard. There are just two miles between the existing location and the new location.…

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Construction in Georgia

We have found ourselves in an unprecedented time filled with fear, anxiety, and lots of unknown. While we continue to navigate these unchartered waters, we here at Albion would like to extend our deepest gratitude to those serving at the front lines and all essential workers. During this time, while much of the state of…

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Albion Renovates Student Center at Queens University

Albion recently completed renovations on the Student Center at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. The summer project covered 10,859 square feet of renovations in the university’s central hub for students: Trexler Student Center. The enhancement consisted of an overhaul of the food court area. The new dining experience includes four new “micro-restaurants,’ specialty chefs,…

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Project at Hapeville Library Breaks Ground

In addition to the construction of the new Clayton County NW Branch Library and the Cobb County Switzer Library, Albion has officially broken ground on the construction of the Hapeville Library in Fulton County. Albion, along with Design Firm McMillan Pazdan Smith, was selected as the firm to provide Design-Build services to Fulton County for the…

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Albion Kicking Off New Project at University of North Georgia

Albion is thrilled to break ground on the Observatory Replacement at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega, Georgia. Albion has partnered with Architecture Firm Warren Epstein & Associates, Architects, Inc. Principal and founder Warren M. Epstein has been in the private practice of architecture for over 55 years. Principal and president Kyle F. Epstein…

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Albion Completes Two Projects at Kennesaw State University

Albion recently completed two varying projects at Kennesaw State University. Recent enrollment, growth, and the expansion of programs on Kennesaw State University’s Marietta campus have increased the demand for student, staff, and faculty parking. KSU had an immediate need for additional parking spaces. This project added 300 new surface parking spaces for students, faculty, and…

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