A dynamic mix of diverse industry expansion has been the catalyst for significant growth and increased interest in one of the nation’s largest port areas. This development, coupled with commitment and enthusiasm to preserving our precious natural and cultural treasures, remains a forefront priority across Savannah and the Lowcountry. With diversity across all market sectors, our project teams are able to become experts in their field, enabling us to better serve our clients.
In 2017, Choate Savannah added an Interiors Division to our roster. The benefit? A separate, autonomous construction group with a team dedicated solely to interior construction, adaptive reuse, and historical renovation.
Give us the difficult projects!
We are proud of our service to some of Savannah’s most cherished monuments, including: The Jepson Museum, Lady & Sons, Moon River Brewing Company, The Armstrong-Kessler Mansion, and Historic Savannah Foundation winners: Oatland Island Wildlife Center and One West Victory.
Honoring our roots as the “Hostess City of the South,” we are deeply invested in the growth and development of the Savannah community.
Whether volunteering to pack boxes at Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia, donating classroom supplies to Savannah Speech and Hearing, or providing free training to local workers on Silica Safety, we love to serve our city.
Our Savannah team enjoys every opportunity to get out and meet the next generation of builders and design professionals.
Partnering with SCAD professors, our jobsites have played host to design classes in various stages of their education, giving students a first-hand look at active construction. Georgia Southern University’s Construction Management program has also given us the opportunity to interact on a daily basis with their student body. Our Savannah Division has opened the doors to both summer and semester-long internships for current students at GSU. This has resulted in numerous full-time hires over the years that have benefitted Choate in nearly each department.
Living on the coast, it’s hard not to get caught up in the salt life.
Partnering with the Savannah Area Chamber for their Spring Business Connection Oyster Roast provides unique networking opportunities for the entire community, while our annual subcontractor and supplier appreciation oyster roast allows us to personally thank the many men and women who keep our jobsites running smoothly.
Starling at Nocatee, a senior living facility developed by repeat client Starling Living, includes 68 assisted living units and 20 memory care units.
Overlooking the Savannah River, this multi-phase project is comprised of a parking deck, street-level retail, and a multifamily tower.
Little Duck Diner brings healthy, affordable food in a retro art-deco setting to downtown Savannah.
21st Century campus blends open-space collaboration with leading-edge teaching techniques.
The Matadora: Luxury Living in Historic Savannah
Moreland Village is the second master-planned community within the five-star Southern resort experience, Palmetto Bluff.
Hilton Head Health provides guests with the tools needed to lose weight and keep it off for good.
The Lodge at Sea Island undergoes an enhancement program with the addition of six cottages, Golf Performance Center, and a Beach Amenity Center.
With the dire need to expand, the Sea Pines Harbour Town Clubhouse is completed in less than 10 months, prior to the 2015 RBC Heritage PGA Tournament.
Surrounded by waterways and oak groves draped in Spanish moss, Five-Star Montage Palmetto Bluff redefines Southern elegance.
Bringing luxury senior living to the picturesque Amelia Island community.
The Bowery brings 59 modern luxury apartment units to the beautiful historic district of Savannah, Georgia.