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Congratulations to Piedmont Equine Associates on the completion of their new state-of-the-art equestrian healthcare facility near Madison Georgia!..

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Photos from Sheridan Construction's post

Sheridan Construction is celebrating our 70th anniversary with building a habitat for humanity home! Today we had a Sheridan work day! We are..

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Photos from Sheridan Construction's post

Yesterday, Sheridan Construction proudly supported the Bibb County School District “Victory in Progress” luncheon! We were joined by Stafford..

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North Macon Presbyterian Church steeple set 9-6-18

A special day in the life of a Church: The setting of the steeple! What a beautiful sight for this congregation! North Macon Presbyterian Church..

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NBP Engineers, Inc.

Some really great craftsmanship gets covered over when the floor slab is placed. Thanks NBP Engineers and All State Electrical for this glimpse..

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(478) 743-1578
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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