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Heyward Allen Toyota Service Center Addition
Kevin Price Construction completed a 9,000 SF addition to the existing service center. This addition included 15 new service bays, a new reception center and a in-house Chick-Fil-A café.
The KPC team also completed the new, 4,100 SF car wash and detail building. This new building provides the Heyward Allen Toyota staff 5 bays for detail work and an automatic, drive-thru car wash.
A new employee parking lot was also completed.
Athens Technical College – Elbert Campus – Agricultural Lab & Arena
KPC completed the 28,000 square foot, new construction of the Athens Technical College – Elbert Campus Agricultural Lab and Arena building.
The laboratory building includes multiple working lab classrooms, office spaces, conference rooms and outdoor space overlooking the lake.
The arena building includes an indoor arena space with bleachers, concession stand, outdoor animal holding space, a mechanical/construction classroom, and storage spaces.
These buildings, equipped with the latest technology, will provide a state of the art space for students and staff to prosper in their studies.
Oconee County Primary and Elementary Schools Renovations
The KPC team spent the summer of 2022 renovating Oconee County Primary School and Oconee County Elementary School. The renovation, covering over 100,000 square feet, included all new flooring, a BRAND NEW rubber gymnasium floor, new paint, new ceilings, Mechanical/Plumbing/Electrical upgrades…and the list goes on! We are honored to have a hand in the new space for the well deserving teachers and staff of OCPS and OCES.
The Yard at Wire Park
The Yard at Wire Park is a 30,000 square foot indoor baseball and softball facility will provide athletes of all ages access to private training rooms, batting cages with automated pitching machines, fully equipped weight rooms, an indoor turf field — and much more!
As an adaptive re-use project, KPC was thrilled to be able to take an old building and give it a whole new purpose!
Berkmar High School
Kevin Price Construction recently completed a 50,000+ square foot addition and renovation of the new Performing Arts building. This state of the art building will provide students a new auditorium, atrium, multiple music rooms and classrooms. We are honored to have built a great facility for students to excel in their studies for years to come.
Covington Police Department HQ
The recently completed Covington Police Department Headquarters was primarily an interior renovation of a 25,600 SF single story building with some exterior improvements as well. This Police Department HQ features NEW bullet proof windows, locker rooms, fitness rooms, evidence rooms, conference rooms, etc.
It was an honor to build a great space for the hardworking men and women of this police department.
Oconee County Courthouse Addition
In January 2020, Kevin Price Construction completed the new addition to the Oconee County Courthouse. The ground floor of the new addition included a security sally port, holding cells, control room, detention equipment with electronic security controls and meeting space. Upper floors contain general Courthouse related office spaces. This project also included low-voltage security electronic upgrades throughout the Courthouse Building.
Athens-Clarke County Fire Station No. 2
The new ACC Fire Station #2 is part of a 14 acre master site development. KPC was tasked with the complete site package, as well as a Fire Station and Cooperative Extension Center. The Fire Station is 14,000 SF with a 3 stall apparatus bay, consisting of a mixed wood framed and structural steel construction with masonry veneer. As a LEED accredited project, this project features the most energy efficient MEP systems to maintain energy and maintenance cost. This facility is built to serve a staff of 15 full time firefighters and will last the Athens-Clarke County community long into the future. Construction began in September of 2018 and completed in August 2019 even with significant weather delays.
North Oconee High School HVAC Replacement & Renovations
During the summer of 2019, KPC completed a HVAC system change out and renovation of North Oconee High School. The Scope of work included changing out 44 roof top, 127 classroom units as well as 100,000 sf of ceiling demo and installation. KPC’s Project Team developed an aggressive 6-day per week schedule which allowed Oconee County Schools to take use of the building earlier than the dates in the contract documents. With the use of an Aircrane (Helicopter) to set the roof top units, the project team condensed 9-days of work into a single day. KPC rose to the occasion and delivered this 200,000 sf school in just 56 days.
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Golden Pantry Market
Kevin Price Construction completed the construction of the Golden Pantry Market located in the heart of downtown Athens, Georgia.
This new 5,000 square foot, GP design concept features a unique French inspired interior. It offers an upscale kitchen and the latest in merchandise service equipment, perfect for the college atmosphere.
Greene County High School
KPC completed three major renovations of the Greene County High School. Phase I included the renovations of the existing finishes in the administrative wing, new millwork, tile and paint. KPC relocated the existing Athletic Director’s office and restroom with a basketball concession and storage area. Phase II involved new corridors, cafeteria, lights and ceilings. Phase III included a 50,000 SF of exterior renovations and additions to the existing Greene County High School. This project involved re-configuring the parking lot, adding landscaping, retrofitting existing school building to reconfigure for new Greene County High School College and Career Academy, welding lab, auto lab and multiple kitchens.
Oconee County Fire Station #8
KPC began construction Fire Station 8 in Oconee County in April of 2018. The new facility is a replacement station for the existing Barber Creek Fire Station 8.
This new 9,286 SF one story building features three bays, kitchen and laundry facilities, and sleeping quarters with ten bunks. The facility will feature space for both the fire rescue team and emergency medical services. Scope of work included site work, wood framing, brick work and MEPs. KPC was able to complete construction on this project in six months, ahead of the required substantial completion date.
Oconee Veterans Park
Construction included the creation of three new multi-purpose athletic fields with dugouts, as well as a concession building complete with restrooms. The project involved a total of 16.92 acres of site-work.
Athens-Ben Epps Airport Commercial Terminal
KPC completed a SPLOST funded construction project for Athens-Clarke County involving the demolition of an existing terminal building and construction of a 13,000 SF new commercial terminal. The new building also houses offices for airport administration and the on campus flight school. Outside, KPC poured a new concrete hardstand to allow large jets to park at the airport.
This building includes many sustainable design features and will achieve LEED Gold certification. ALL major subcontractors and suppliers who worked with KPC on this project were local to the Athens-Clarke County area.
Kevin Price Construction Headquarters
In June of 2016, Kevin Price Construction moved into a new building that they designed and built at 2500 Daniels Bridge Road in Athens, GA. KPC inhabits the offices on the second floor of the building and the first floor features commercial office space.
The new building is 18,010 sq ft and 40 feet high. All offices feature windows with views. The building is equipped with an advanced security system that requires keycard verification for entry.
The transition to the new building marked a significant milestone for Kevin Price Construction (KPC), symbolizing the company’s growth and forward-thinking vision. The new location wasn’t just about more space but also about creating a collaborative environment that would serve as a hub for innovation and excellence.
As you step into the building, you’re immediately met with a spacious and modern lobby. The decor reflects KPC’s commitment to style, precision, and functionality — principles they bring to every project. The first floor, dedicated to commercial office space, is designed to cater to a variety of businesses. With flexible floor plans, high-speed internet connectivity, and state-of-the-art conferencing facilities, it’s an ideal spot for both established companies and startups.
The second floor, home to KPC’s headquarters, is a testament to their reputation in the construction industry. Each office is designed with ergonomics in mind, ensuring a comfortable working environment for all employees. The windows, a highlight of the design, not only allow natural light to flood into the spaces but also provide inspiring views of Athens, serving as a constant reminder of the community they serve. Fönster med spröjs finns både som fasta och löstagbara.Äkta spröjs eller så kallade fuskspröjs.
One of the standout features of the building is its commitment to sustainability. Efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems ensure optimal energy utilization. Moreover, the use of environmentally-friendly materials in the construction process underscores KPC’s dedication to eco-friendly practices.
Safety and security were paramount in the design process. The advanced security system is both a protective measure and a reflection of the company’s attention to detail. The keycard verification system ensures that only authorized personnel can access specific parts of the building, creating a secure environment for both KPC employees and the businesses on the first floor.
In addition to the functional spaces, the building also boasts communal areas for employees and tenants to relax and interact. A well-equipped break room, a rooftop garden, and indoor lounges have been meticulously designed to foster a sense of community and encourage networking.
Since the move in 2016, the building at 2500 Daniels Bridge Road has not only facilitated KPC’s operations but has also become a landmark in Athens, GA. It stands as a testament to Kevin Price Construction’s dedication to excellence, innovation, and community engagement.
Architect: Williams & Associates
McCann Aerospace Machining
Kevin Price Construction completed a fast paced Design/Build CM at Risk project involving a renovation and addition at McCann Aerospace Machining in Athens, GA. This project consisted of a 10,000 SF lean-to, pre-engineered building for new office space as well as a 68,000 SF pre-engineered, free-standing structure for manufacturing. Additionally, this project required construction of a large site grading and drainage project along a stream buffer. Construction on this project began in July of 2015 and the project reached substantial completion by October of 2015.
Covington Regional Ballet
This project involved a renovation and addition to a historic building on Washington Street in Covington. The building was previously a colonial grocery store that we renovated into new dance studios for the Covington Regional Ballet. As this was a historic building, careful consideration and planning was required to preserve many of the buildings original features. KPC took great care to ensure that the addition portion of the project blended seamlessly with the existing exterior brick.
Other unique aspects of this project included the installation of energy efficient lighting, sprung floors in the dance studios, and a movable partition that enables a large studio to be separated into two smaller studios.
Lawrenceville City Hall
62,304 SF interior renovation of 4 story city hall building, including mechanical, elevator. This project was a multi-phase, owner occupied remodel. Work consisted of new and renovation sections of a 15 year old building. The 4th floor was a total buildout for the Mayor’s office and staff and a public meeting room with studio lighting. The 2nd Floor was renovations where KPC had to work around a fully operational government building that is open to the public. The 1st and 3rd floors were the remainder of the project with some door and hardware work, and fire suppression system.
ACC Diversion Center
KPC served as the general contractor in the construction of a new, 13,500 SF medium security dormitory facility for Athens-Clarke County. This facility was built to house non-violent inmates sentenced to a work release program. The steel, masonry, and EIFS facility includes dormitory space, restrooms, laundry, vending & food service areas. This project achieved LEED certification in November of 2012.
North Oconee High School Fieldhouse
KPC has completed numerous projects for Oconee County Schools, including this new field house at North Oconee High School. This project involved the creation of a 2-story 13,000 SF Fieldhouse with concession facilities for North Oconee High School. KPC was selected as the low bidder and the project was still initially over the owner’s budget; however, our team was able to value-engineer the project to reach the owner’s budget. This project demonstrated our ability to execute a very tight schedule on an active campus.
Remodeling a school area with a strong focus on security is of paramount importance when it comes to creating a safe environment for children. By implementing various measures, a remodeled school area can provide peace of mind to students, parents, and staff. Firstly, the installation of robust access control systems, such as secured entrances and monitored gates, ensures that only authorized individuals can enter the premises. Additionally, the incorporation of surveillance cameras and alarm systems can enhance overall security and help deter potential threats, find out more about how to prevent any inconvenience by using the last link. When it comes to the physical layout, the remodeling process can include measures such as reinforcing windows and doors, installing shatterproof glass, and implementing effective lockdown procedures. Furthermore, well-lit spaces, strategically placed emergency exits, and clear signage contribute to a safe and easily navigable environment. Training sessions for staff and students on emergency protocols can also be part of the remodeling process, enabling everyone to respond effectively in crisis situations. By taking these security considerations into account during the remodeling process, a school area can create an atmosphere where children can learn, thrive, and feel protected throughout their educational journey.
Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Building
KPC built a new Wildlife Resources Building for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in Social Circle, GA. This building was new construction and the project was completed within 8 months. Work consisted of the addition of an 11,500 SF wood frame building and demo and renovation of existing offices.
Shoal Creek Elementary
This project consisted of a 10,000 SF renovation and addition project to Shoal Creek Elementary School in Conyers, GA. Scope of work included an 8 classroom addition, ceiling replacement, HVAC upgrades, and site work.
Best Friend Park Gym Renovation
KPC recently completed a renovation of the oldest gymnasium in the Gwinnett County Park System. Best Friend Park was built in the 1970’s and has provided recreational opportunities to the Norcross area for decades. Our Scope of Work includes: roof replacement, new athletic wood flooring, demolition and reconstruction of the office area, addition of an elevator, new entrance, upgrading and replacing interior finishes, sitework and landscaping.
Kennedy Elementary School
KPC completed a 58,505 SF renovation project at Kennedy Elementary School in Winder, GA. This facility was a one-story steel framed structure with masonry walls. Scope of work for this project included demo and replacement of ceilings, lighting, electrical, mechanical, and roof. All work had to be completed during the summer break in order for the facility to be ready for the return of students in the Fall.
Method of Delivery: Competitive Bid
Heyward Allen Toyota
The 17,000-square-foot facility major renovation included a new climate controlled, four-stall vehicle delivery bay, children’s play area, three guest lounges, a café, office and reception areas, and modifications to plumbing, electrical and HVAC. The project was performed on the active site as the business was open. Various stages of construction were used to minimize the disruption of business.
Oconee High School Academic Renovations
62,000 SF renovation of Oconee County High School. This project consisted of painting, flooring, and ceiling replacement, doors and hardware, bathroom renovations, kitchen equipment, plumbing, HVAC and lighting. The work was performed in the 2 months that school was out.
Owner: Oconee County Board of Education
Architect: Jeff Robinson
Cunningham Forehand Matthews & Moore Architects
Method of Delivery: Competitive Bid
Dr. Leonard Medical Office
KPC completed a new 26,000 SF high-end office complex in Covington, GA. During sitework we encountered rock and had to flip the building footprint, which required significant coordination with parking and access. Despite the challenges, we were still able to complete this project on schedule.
Kevin Price Construction served as General Contractor for 3 Aldi stores in Northeast Georgia. Work completed on these projects included site demolition and grading, storm drainage, site utilities, paving, landscaping and irrigation, sidewalks, rebar, drywall, ceilings, flooring, plumbing, HVAC, fire protection, and electrical.
Locations Built: Suwanee, Dacula, Cumming
Method of Delivery: Competitive Bid
UGA Chemistry Auditorium
The project involved removal of existing seating, railings, casework, flooring and ceiling finishes. Seating, railing, casework, chalkboards, acoustical wall panels etc. were removed first. Scaffolding was installed to remove the existing ceiling. Plumbing rough in at the restroom, demolition on the lower level & corridors were concurrent with the upper level. Above ceiling fire protection, electrical and mechanical, drywall and acoustical finishes were performed. Light fixtures, mechanical diffusers, grills and sprinkler system trim out were also completed. Testing, balancing, punch list, final cleaning, final inspections and occupancy permit were completed the last two weeks of July. The building was turned over to the owner August 1, 2014.
Owner: Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
Shoppes at Lake Oconee
A 18,375 SF shopping center in Lake Oconee Village near Reynolds Plantation in Greene County. Suite sizes range from 1,220-2,695 SF.
Current National Tenants include Verizon Wireless and Benjamin Moore Paint.
For information about lease space available in this center, please contact us.
Conyers Middle School
135,023 SF of alterations and additions to a 37 year old building in Conyers, GA. New additions included a Career Center and kitchen. Scope of work included sitework, classroom additions, concrete slabs on grade, casework, and built up roofing. Electrical upgrades were made to the entire building and HVAC was replaced.
Method of Delivery: Competitive Bid
Rocky Plains Elementary School
Kevin Price Construction completed construction of a 85,000 SF new elementary school with a 20,000 SF detached gym on a 26 acre site in Covington, GA. Work consisted of sitework and erecting the two new buildings complete with offices, classrooms, a cafeteria, a media center, and computer labs. In spite of challenges that arose as a result of significant rock/blasting, KPC was able to complete the project on-time and the new facility was ready in time for school to begin in the fall.
Crossroads Baptist Church
Kevin Price Construction provided construction services as GC/CM at Risk to Crossroads Baptist Church for the building of their new 14,000 SF church in Covington, GA. Scope of work included earthwork, installation of a septic system, masonry, ceiling and painting & finishes.
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KPC was able to achieve an earlier completion date on this project by recommending entering into two separate contracts. The first contract for site work was executed in December, which allowed site development to commence. The second contract for building construction was executed in March of the following year after building pricing and plans were finalized. This effectively reduced the overall construction schedule by three months and achieved the goal of an earlier completion date. This project is also an excellent example of value engineering, and KPC was able to get the project below the original contract amount.
First United Methodist Church
KPC served as CM at Risk in constructing 2 projects for Madison FUMC. The first project was a new 17,000 SF Fellowship building in the heart of the Madison Historic District. The City of Madison Historic Design Commission approval and supervision was required throughout the project. Due to site considerations and historic aspects, challenges were abundant; however, we were able to complete a state of the art building under budget with the use of value engineering and persistent attention to detail.
The second project involved restoring a 99 year old original sanctuary building that required upgrading to code while maintaining the historic integrity. The 6 month project was reduced to 3 months with value engineering. The building’s historic integrity was maintained and KPC exceeded the congregation’s expectations.
GA War Veterans Home
Kevin Price Construction completed an addition and renovation to the GA War Veterans Home in Milledgeville, GA. KPC was responsible for completing a building addition and renovating ‘C’ wing living quarters, exam rooms, commons areas, and offices. The project site was occupied with patients during construction and this required extra coordination and planning from the project team.
KPC completed a 28,000 SF renovation of this historic building in the town square of Covington. The project involved removing significant portions of the wooded floor system and replacing these with new concrete foundations. Considerable shoring and bracing of the second and third floors was required. New mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems were installed. The project also required detailed pointing of mortar in the old brick and mortar.
UGA College of Agriculture Science
KPC served as the general contractor in the building of UGA Double Bridges Swine Farm-Swine Research Facility in Watkinsville, GA. Scope of work included utility infrastructure, sitework, building construction, rainwater harvesting, and animal waste facilities. Of particular importance was the implementation of the anaerobic digester, which extracts methane from the animal waste using a series of mixing motors, chopper pumps, bio gas boilers, mixing nozzles, temperature sensors, water loop plumbing kits, heat dump radiator, tube in tube heat exchangers, and expansion tanks. The water is sent to a slurry storage container before finally being discharged onto cultivated fields that recycle nutrients for the production of hay, silage, and cereal crops needed by other animal units.
Kevin Price Construction completed construction as the CM at risk of a new 18,00 SF warehouse facility for Mingledorff’s in Athens, GA. Work on this project included construction of a Warehouse Building with an asphalt parking lot, concrete truck court, offices, a showroom, and a loading dock area.
KPC is currently working on a second location for Mingledorff’s in Opelika, AL.
ACC Solid Waste
For this project, KPC created a new Solid Waste Facility for Athens-Clarke County. The new facility allowed for the consolidation of all Solid Waste Administration, Staff, and operations in one location. The project included two buildings, one of approximately 5,000 square feet of administration space, and a second building of approximately 13,000 square feet providing crew space, tool and tire storage, vehicle maintenance, shop office, a truck wash, and warehouse type storage space. The Project also involved providing 98 parking spaces for personnel, visitors, and solid waste collection vehicles. This was one of Athens Clarke County’s first LEED certified projects! This project met the owner’s expectation on schedule and quality.
Newton County Water & Sewer Authority
State of GA Walton DNR Conservation Center
Kevin Price Construction completed work on a new, 24,000 SF single story steel and wood frame building for the Georgia DNR. On this project, KPC encountered unsuitable soils and numerous Owner Changes; however, our team was able to work with the owner and deliver a quality product that all parties were satisfied with. This building achieved LEED Gold certification.
Morgan County High School Gymnasium
The Morgan County High School Gymnasium was a 39,318 square foot new building in the center of an existing, operating campus. The building is a 2 story state-of-the-art gymnasium facility with elevated walkways to tie in to existing grandstands. The gymnasium incorporated an elevator, wood sports floor, showers and locker rooms and full concession areas. Our services included all aspects of management as well as value engineering and exceptional performance in the areas of cost, quality and schedule.
Architect: Manley, Spangler, Smith Architects, Inc.
Greene County High School Grandstands
Kevin Price Construction completed a major renovation project of Greene County High School’s Football Complex including construction of a new bleachers, a field, and freestanding field house. This project demonstrated KPC’s ability to provide value engineering opportunities and to adhere to tight construction schedules through phasing.
Newton County Board of Education
KPC served as CM in the new construction of a 36,000 SF, 2 Story conventional steel building complete with metal roof trusses, office space, and meeting rooms for the Newton County Board of Education. This project was built in the center of an educational complex.