We, at Chandlee & Sons Construction Company, make a concentrated effort to stay on top of the latest forms of media. We have billboards up around Atlanta describing the services we offer and we place advertisements in well chosen sources. Our web design team continually uploads short video clips on You-Tube that demonstrate the depth of our experience and the variety of our projects. Our web site and social media are continually monitored to keep the information fresh and up-to-date with regular postings of press releases, articles and blogs.
We are fortunate to have several of our projects make a big hit in Atlanta and therefore become the subject of several articles and notices on eater.com and their HeatMap, Creative Loafing, Jezebel Magazine, zagat.com, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Curbed: Atlanta and even Explore Georgia and Expedia. One of our projects won a top eater.com award for 2014 – Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall on the BeltLine. Another of our restaurant projects made two Zagat.com lists in one day because of its unique design – Big Sky Buckhead Bar & Restaurant.
The MEDIA tab on our website is dedicated to displaying our services and projects through specific public formats. On the News page we maintain an up-to-date list the articles published by others on our projects. This page also has a scrolling feature containing important information. The Video page features the videos seen on YouTube and in some of our blogs. And the Ads page displays the advertisements we have place in publications and on billboards.
Chandlee and Sons Construction has been fortunate to be featured in the media of television. Founding Partners, Seth Chandlee and Jim Chandlee, first appeared on episodes of The Discovery Channel’s “Auction Kings” selling and buying antiques. The door soon opened to additional opportunities – this time as general contractors for the A&E network show “Drill Team” with designer Lauran Makk and soon after for two episodes of “Sell This House: Extreme” with Charlie Frattini. Immediately after finishing with A&E, the producers of Spike TV hired Jim, Seth and their crews for the show “Bar Rescue”.