DPR Hardin announces strong ’13 results
by MDJ Staff
January 12, 2014 12:23 AM | 2453 views | 0 0 comments | 77 77 recommendations | email to a friend | print
From staff reports

General contractor DPR Hardin Construction, 3301 Windy Ridge Parkway SE in the Cumberland area, announced that the company closed 2013 with more than 15 completed projects and already has more than that amount under construction for 2014 across the Southeast.

In 2013, some of the projects DPR Hardin completed were the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Cobb County Radiology addition in Kennesaw; Hyatt Place in downtown Nashville; Somerby Assisted Living Center in Peachtree City; Young Harris College Freshman Pod Housing in Young Harris; Miles College Student Activities Center, Welcome and Admissions Center and Student Housing in Fairfield, Ala.; Georgia State University in Atlanta; and Junior Achievements’ Chick-fil-A Foundation Discovery Center in Atlanta.

Projects currently under construction include Kennesaw State University’s Student Recreation and Activities Center in Kennesaw; the Charleston Midtown Hotel in Charleston, S.C.; Circle Terminus Luxury Apartments in Atlanta; Crescent Howell Mill Mixed-Use Community in Atlanta; One12 Courtland Student Housing in Atlanta; Outlet Mall of Georgia in Savannah; Veteran’s Hospital Outpatient Clinic in Decatur; and University of Georgia’s Correll Hall, Business Learning Community Phase I in Athens.

This holiday season, the group of DPR Hardin employees at the One12 Courtland student housing project site near Georgia State University also selected the Atlanta Police Union “Santa Cop” effort as a local cause to support. They raised $3,500 in an effort helped 20 children receive gifts this holiday season, pairing up Atlanta police men and women with children of abused homes or victims of crime. Santa Cop educates kids to understand that they can rely on police officers when they need them.

Additionally, the KSU Student Recreation and Activities Center team supported the Salvation Army Angel Tree, adopting five children and three senior citizens.

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