The Suites at Howell Mill Road – white box build-out
Chandlee and Sons Construction Company signed a contract on February 14, 2018 with Don Connor, the developer of Fairmont Flats, LLC, Huff Trail, for the build-out of Suite E at about 2,000 square feet.
This project requires some demolition, a fire wall, partitions in the hallway, the construction of interior walls of metal studs and drywall to be painted, a large curved wall as the storefront with a 6-foot door, the installation of stock upper and lower cabinetry with thirty-eight of laminate countertops, and a small allowance for a finish floor covering and vinyl cove base trim. The scope does not include plumbing and fixtures, and the HVAC is to be supplied by the landlord. The electrical lighting and components have been value engineered to save the client money.
Goode Van Slyke is the architect on this commercial build-out project in northwest Atlanta.
Seth Chandlee, CEO of Chandlee Holding and Founding Partner of Chandlee and Sons Construction Company, commented on February 20, 2018, “Another project at ‘A Westside Destination – Huff Trail’!” It is HFC Interiors in Suite E. This project starts today with a quick expedited turnover of March 31. Our project manager, Jim Beggs, claims he will finish this new build the same day he wraps up the Crazy Legs Productions project, which would be 15 days faster than our client’s expected turnover! Wow. Let us see if we make it.”
Jim Betts will be able to give this project his undivided attention as this project was held up in permitting.
HFC Interiors specializes in interior design for multi-family housing projects smart design plans to bring life and value to new construction and property renovations. Their current office is at The Goat Farm Art Center, in Suite W-110 at 1200 Foster Street in Atlanta, Georgia. Their website is www.hfcinteriors.com. Their new location at the Huff Trail is 1429 Fairmont Avenue just off Huff Road.
This weblink (https://atlanta.curbed.com/2017/6/27/15880526/westside-atlanta-huff-trail-project-under-construction) is to an article by Curbed Atlanta about the development plans for this part of Atlanta.