Chandlee and Sons Construction Company signed a contract for the ground-up, design-build construction of NORTH FULTON METALS AND RECYCLING with owner, Mike Sateikam, on January 9, 2017. This commercial construction project is under the expert supervision of Jim Chandlee, founding partner of Chandlee and Sons Construction.
The scope of the project involved demolition; new plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems including a sprinkler system; and two gas heater window units. This Alpharetta, Georgia project also included a complete building exterior and interior with framing, insulation, a drop ceiling, and trim paint for new doors and windows. Flooring was not included in initial the bid.
The bolts were set in the existing slab to secure the steel girders during the first week and the slab was cut into for the plumbing rough in. Erection of the girders began immediately after. This was followed by additional framing and the installation of the mechanicals, plumbing and electrical. The inspection was passed and the crew began hanging the drywall. The electrical was finished and the HVAC was installed. By week seven the finish work was performed – this included plumbing and electrical. The punch out was completed the next week. The owner received the Certificate of Occupancy on May 5.
Chandlee Electric joined this project installing the new service detailed above in the 600 square foot office and high bay lighting in the warehouse space.
Chandlee and Sons Construction signed a contract with Mike Sateika on January 29, 2019 for additional work on his business. The scope of the work within 1,000 square feet of the facility included providing and installing framing, drywall with rockwool insulation and ceilings, and a demising wall. We also provided and installed a storefront, a hollow metal door for the rear of the building and six interior doors. The plumbing contractor provided all necessary plumbing for a restroom and a new three-ton HVAC unit was installed. All required electrical and finishes were supplied and installed. Our crew also installed an eight-foot base cabinet and wall cabinets, a bullet proof pay window, and all necessary flooring. We also poured a concrete foundation and installed a weight scale.