The Braselton Parking Deck project will provide over 270 new spaces over 4 levels. The new deck is located in a Downtown setting and will merge multiple tracts, reduce several environmental issues and accommodate a Regional Windstream tele-communications facility within the limits of work. The long term plan of the facility is to bring more events and visitors to Historic Downtown. In terms of architecture, the new deck will mix the Historic Braselton Brothers Store and the adjoining Municipal Complex. The plan to construct a new Downtown Civic Center begins with the new deck.
Dunwoody City Hall Open House will be held on March 15th from 4-8:00 pm. The City of Dunwoody recently moved into its newly renovated City Hall and Police Headquarters building located at 4800 Ashford Dunwoody Road. With slightly more overall square footage than the space currently leased by the city, the modifications and upgrades to the new building came in on time and under budget. The new city hall will serve as a well-organized, efficient space for the entirety of city staff, police department, municipal court, and city chambers. Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal states, “We are looking forward to serving the residents and businesses of our city from a more centralized location. This building belongs to the citizens of our city and we are proud to call it our new home.”
BM&K was selected as the lead firm for SR 20 improvements from Cumming to Canton. BM&K will perform all acquisition and valuation services for this 19 mile high priority project. Work begins March 2018 and is to be completed by June 2022.
BM&K is breaking ground on the new College Park Precinct No.1. College Park is adding a new Zone Precinct along Godby Road next to the Tracey Wyatt Recreation Complex.
Construction begins, August 2017, on the new City Hall located on Ashford Dunwoody Road!
BM&K was selected to manage City of Milton’s 5-year Tax for Transportation Program.
BM&K Inc is excited to have Elias Gomez Del Toro join our team through the work base, illearning program at Jackson County High School, where he is a Junior.
As a partner with the Jefferson School System and Jackson County School’s Work Based Learning Programs, BM&K has played an important role in helping to develop the skills and competency required for the success of the County’s young students.
The High School Senior and Engineering intern has worked under the leadership of BM&K and became a great asset to the company in the capacity of updating design plans utilizing civil 3D, assisting project engineers with other items related to design, providing support to the estimating/preconstruction department, project quantities and takeoffs and participating in field observations on construction projects. After graduating High School, Dalton plans to pursue an Engineering degree at Georgia Tech.
BM&K is pleased to announce the groundbreaking July 15, 014 for the Holly Spring Park Project, please click for more information.
New project is kicking off! Starting renovation of the Winery at Chateau Elan…
visit our construction projects page in our portfolio to watch the progress!