Emerick Construction picEmerick Construction continues to build relationships with clients, employees and the community as it celebrates 75 years of success.
By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Emerick Construction sees its projects as being more than just one-time transactions. “When we build a project it’s not just for a paycheck, but to build a relationship with our clients,” says Samantha Jordan, director of business development and marketing for the Tualatin, Oregon-based company. “We go into each project with the mindset of creating a perpetual partnership.”

Spence BrothersSpence Brothers is at work on two high-rise student living projects in Ann Arbor, Mich.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Not many companies last through four generations of family leadership, but Spence Brothers has continued to thrive for decades. CEO Herb Spence III explains that the company has done whatever was needed to survive the tumultuous construction industry.

MUSCTechnology has been critical to the construction of the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital, which aims to deliver the highest quality of care with advanced systems.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Building a hospital is serious business, and when planning the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) understood the project’s significance from the start. To ensure the facility was built to meet the critical and extensive needs of the community, MUSC Children’s Health turned to the clinicians and families the hospital would serve to help guide the project. 

Austin Commercial

Austin Commercial’s new project will grow the Texas A&M University Central Texas campus.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media 

When clients hire Austin Commercial to build their project, they can be sure that the contractor will use a team of skilled workers. “We’ve had good people in the company all these years, working hard,” Senior Project Manager Cody Risien says.

Hannah SolarThe military background of Hannah Solar Government Services' founder and staff uniquely qualifies it for projects in the private sector and beyond.

By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

It did not take long for retired U.S. Army Col. Dave McNeil to decide on the next phase of his life after he left the military in 2009 following 30 years of service. 

New South Construction picNew South Construction formed a joint venture to oversee construction of the newest addition to Georgia’s technical college system.

By Tim O’Connor, Senior Editor for Knighthouse Media

When Lanier Technical College announced plans to build a new campus in Gainesville, Ga., New South Construction saw an opportunity to become involved in another high-profile project in the state. The Atlanta-based general contractor had relationships with the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission, which manages the funding for the project, and the state’s larger technical college system, however, it had not previously worked with Lanier Tech. New South Construction created a joint venture with Carroll Daniel Construction, a fellow firm located in Gainesville that had completed jobs for Lanier Tech in the past. 

In Carroll Daniel Construction, New South Construction found a like-minded partner that shared its integrity and emphasis on safety. “Our two firms are really right there together,” Project Director Jeff Brown says. “Both our businesses approach projects the same way, we have the same ethics and integrity.”

turner milsteinThe Milstein Center will be an academic hub in the heart of New York City’s Barnard College

By Knighthouse Media Editorial Staff

Founded in 1889, Barnard College has been known for its distinctive academic culture.  Located in New York City, it is dedicated to women’s education and the liberal arts. The school was actually founded as aresponse to neighboring Columbia University’s refusal to admit women.

Although today’s Barnard students are allowed to use the libraries of Columbia, Barnard has always maintained a library of its own. Lehman Hall was the site of Barnard’s Wollman Library from 1959 until 2015. In 2016, that building was demolished to make way for a new library: The Cheryl and Philip Milstein Teaching and Learning Center.

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