Atlanta-based Choate Construction Company was selected by GreyStone Power, which serves portions of south Cobb County, to provide construction services for their 50-acre site expansion in Douglasville.

The project includes a three-story Class A office building, a 40,500-square-foot addition to their operations and engineering building, a 61,000-square foot warehouse, 75,000-square-foot in vehicle storage, and approximately 13-acres of concrete paving is programmed for service buildings. Groundbreaking is scheduled for July 2019.

GreyStone has been in its current location since the early 1960s.

The new headquarters will provide a centralized location for its service area and will provide much needed room to accommodate GreyStone’s daily operations.

Atlanta-based Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart is the architect for the project. JLL Project and Development Services Division serves as the program manager that will oversee development and construction, co-managed by Mark Elliot, AIA, vice president and Hans Heath, vice president.

GreyStone Power serves eight counties including Cobb, Paulding, Douglas, Fulton, Coweta, Fayette, Carroll, and Bartow. GreyStone is a member owned electric cooperative.

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