Choate Receives Four First Place Honors From Associated General Contractors of GA

April 11, 2013

Choate Construction Company will be awarded four first place awards in the Associated General Contractors of Georgia’s Build Georgia Awards Program.

Both the Kennesaw State University Laboratory Building and the Palmetto Health Council Medical Office Building won first place in their construction group as well as first place in their sustainable building practices group.

Entries were scored based on a variety of qualifications such as safety performance, overcoming challenges, innovation in construction techniques, excellence in project management and scheduling, and dedication to client service and customer care, as well as best sustainable building practices.

“These are outstanding recognitions for two landmark projects,” said William Millard Choate, President of Choate Construction.  “On both the Kennesaw State University Laboratory Building and the Palmetto Health Council MOB, the success of the project teams truly showcase our dedication to delivering a quality product that exceeds all expectations in every aspect. I am proud of these teams and these projects, both having been recognized for excellence in construction, as well as innovation in sustainability.”

Members of the team will be present at the award ceremony in June 2013.


About Choate Construction Co.

As one of the largest general contractors in the southeast, Choate Construction Company considers its Reputation as its number one asset, with future success founded upon the strength of its client relationships.  Choate Construction excels in both base and interior construction with office locations in Atlanta, Charleston, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Savannah.  Choate strives to lead the industry in financially viable, function solutions and continually invests in the tools to do so, promoting advances in Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, LEED® Rating system and Risk Mitigation.  Visit for more information.


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