Our Latest Interiors Work
The project at Southern First Bank consisted of a new office build-out of the first floor at Southern First Bank’s Regional Banking Headquarters. The build-out included high-end finishes and lighting fixtures that bring a luxurious feel to the space. New storefront...
Ashe, Rafuse, & Hill was a renovation of an existing law firm located in Midtown Atlanta. Primary in the renovation was the installation of state-of-the-art LED lighting to highlight the law firm’s extensive art collection. In addition, new food service and breakroom facilities were added and updated to support the firm’s various meetings and conferences […]
SG Contracting was part of the construction management team for this international law office build out. SG Contracting served as the lead for the demolition of the interior of the 20-21st floors and the first-floor lobby. The finished space has full height glass panels to visually accent the entry lobby and conference areas. The space […]
Alston Bird Reconciliation was a 16-floor renovation and consolidation of an existing law firm located in Midtown Atlanta. The tenant space was located in One Atlantic Center. The project was designed to achieve a LEED gold certification. The renovation was based on phases and all construction was coordinated with the current tenant to allow for […]
Manulife Financial, a repeat client, approached SG Contracting to provide construction services for their new tenant space. The finished space included extensive glass-front cabinetry, built-in bookcases, along with modern lighting and architectural glass accents. Strickland Brockington Lewis took possession of their completed space earlier than anticipated.
Heritage Bank engaged SG Contracting to construct their flagship branch and corporate headquarters. The project enabled the client to expand their bank branch to serve a larger customer base. Additional space was allocated for their commercial and residential lending group which provided additional efficiencies for the bank and ultimately allowed them to better serve their […]