Topping Out Occurs at Alpharetta City Hall

March 11, 2014

Construction of the Alpharetta City Hall at City Center in Alpharetta, Georgia reached a major milestone last week. The topping out of the structure occurred with the final placement of concrete at the roof structure of the building.

Despite inclement weather, the fast-tracked project is still slated for a Fall, 2014 completion and the topping out marked a significant milestone in that schedule.

The Alpharetta City Center redevelopment of 22 acres in downtown Alpharetta includes a four-story City Hall, 445-space Public Parking Garage, 1-acre Town Green and 5-acre Park, future private development parcels and associated infrastructure.
The vision for the City Center is to be “a vibrant environment of parks and civic space that will serve as a gathering space for our citizens,” proclaimed James Drinkard, Assistant City Administrator for the City of Alpharetta.

The Atlanta office of Jones Lang LaSalle is the Program Manager. Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates of Atlanta in association with David M. Schwarz Architects of Washington, D.C. are providing Master Planning and Architectural Design Services for the project.