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Spearman C. Godsey Science Center Opens

The Spearman C. Godsey Science Center project at Mercer University in Macon is complete! This is a beautiful, state of the art science center..

24 likes, 3 comments15 hours ago

Northway Church, Macon, GA

Great progress is being made on our Northway Church addition project! This is going to be a great building and a wonderful addition to the Northway..

10 likes, 1 comments5 days ago

Greater Macon Sleepout 2018 to benefit Daybreak

This year Sheridan Construction stands in solidarity with Daybreak Ministries in support of their efforts to aid the homeless in Macon. As a..

12 likes, 0 comments5 days ago

Rammed Aggregate Pier Installation

“A wise man digs deep and builds his house on a rock” This short video shows the process where we compacted 781 tons (that’s 1.5 million pounds)..

15 likes, 0 comments1 week ago

IT’S COLD OUT HERE! But the work must go on. Dress properly and always, ALWAYS remember that safety is first! (Sheridan Employee Shannon Thompson..

14 likes, 0 comments1 week ago

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100% Employee-Owned

The Second Street Transformation project is a multi-phase renovation and upgrade of an existing, aged transportation corridor through downtown Macon. The project is based on the National Complete Streets Coalition’s concept of safe, comfortable, and convenient access to community destinations and public places–whether walking, driving, bicycling, or taking public transportation. The Complete Streets concept integrates people and place in the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of our transportation networks.

The first phase of the project completely transformed one city block of the Second Street Corridor into a complete street, dubbed “The Vision Block” as an example of the concept for the remainder of the corridor. The project is on-going with upcoming phases tying the Mercer University campus to the downtown area and the Centre plex Convention Center. This will include two bridges over a perpendicular roadway and the Norfolk-Southern Railway “S” Line rail.

Location: Macon, Georgia
Owner: Macon-Bibb County
Architect: T.Y. Lin International

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