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4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

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561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC

659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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phone: 601.957.7782

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LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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3000 Earhart Court

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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659 N Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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Hospitality and Entertainment

Coleman Coliseum

Coleman Coliseum

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Owner: University of Alabama
General Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie
Contract Amount: $2,050,939

Excellence in Construction Award
Mississippi ABC

Award of Merit
South Central Construction Magazine

Ivey installed 15,000 linear feet of pipe; 127,000 pounds of rectangular duct; and 27,000 pounds of spiral/oval duct at the facility. The Ivey team used the pipe fabrication shop located at the regional office in Kosciusko, MS to supply materials for this project, which expedited the field installation and provided a ready source of quality materials for the chilled water and steam entry mains. Two Ivey sheet metal swing crews and one piping swing crew were used to supplement the available work force as well as bridge the demands of the construction schedule. Ivey self-performed 81% of the work on this project, and 19% was subcontracted.

Cumberland Coliseum

Cumberland Coliseum

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Owner: County of Cumberland
General Contractor: Turner Construction
Contract Amount: $4,961,585

Construction of the Cumberland Coliseum has provided Fayetteville, North Carolina the necessary facilities to satisfy the entertainment and convention needs of its citizens. This facility has a seating capacity of 13,500 (expandable to 15,000). The structure itself has 20,000 square feet of Coliseum floor space and 10,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space. Ivey installed the plumbing and HVAC equipment which included 3 chillers, 2 boilers, and 12 air handling units. This project included 300,000 pounds of sheet metal.

Georgia World Congress Center

Georgia World Congress Center

Atlanta, Georgia

Owner: Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
General Contractor: H.J. Russell & Company
Contract Amount: $30,300,000

Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center hosts a myriad of conventions, trade shows, and corporate events each year. Ivey began construction on the Phase IV expansion of the GWCC in September 2000. Ivey installed heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and plumbing equipment for the expansion, which added 420,000 square feet of exhibit space, 29 meeting rooms, and an additional 27,000 square-foot ballroom. The expansion increased the overall size of the facility by 1,400,000 square feet and the central plant capacity by 5,500 tons.

Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center

Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center

Duluth, Georgia

Owner: Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Group
General Contractor: Holder Construction
Contract Amount: $8,198,223

Award of Excellence – Georgia ABC

The Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center is a new hockey/event center with a seating capacity of approximately 13,000. The facilityis the current home of the Georgia Force Arena Football Team and the Gwinnett Gladiators Hockey Team. Construction included a 315,000 square foot arena and 72,000 square foot ballroom. Mechanical construction included 1,700 tons of cooling; 475,000 pounds of ductwork; 560 plumbing fixtures; and 65,000 feet of pipe.

Nashville Arena

Nashville Arena

Nashville, Tennessee

Owner: Metropolitan Development and Housing Authority
General Contractor: Perini Building Company
Contract Amount: $15,531446

Merit Award – National ABC

Built in 1997, as the Nashville Arena, the Sommet Center is the current home of the Nashville Predators hockey team and is a major venue for concerts and other events. Construction included a 20,000 seat arena with additional support and meeting spaces. Mechanical construction included over 900,000 pounds of sheet metal and approximately 750 plumbing fixtures.

RSA Battle House Hotel and Office Tower

RSA Battle House Hotel and Office Tower

Mobile, Alabama

Owner: Retirement Systems of Alabama
Contract Amount: $27,500,000

Award of Merit
Mississippi ABC

Best Mechanical/Electrical Project
South Central Construction Magazine

The 35-story RSA Battle House Tower stands at 745 feet, making it the tallest building in Alabama. The skyscraper construction was part of a larger project which included the renovation of the historic 238 room Battle house Hotel. Ivey’s mechanical contract included the plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, and fire protection for all of the buildings. The renovation and expansion of the Battle House Hotel included public space connections with ballroom, meeting rooms, and lobby and extends out to form the first eight floors of the new tower with additional guest rooms. Ivey worked 217,802 man hours over the period of three and a half years to complete this project.

Turner Studios

Turner Studios

Atlanta, Georgia

Owner: Turner Entertainment Group
General Contractor: Turner Construction
Contract Amount: $7,116,949

This 127,000 square-foot post-production/studio facility includes three studios, a four story technical tower and post-production unit, and a 6,000 ton expansion capacity central plant. The 1020 Building is four stories tall and houses the studios, offices and penthouse. The Central Plant Building includes the chillers, pumps and cooling towers. Due to the low velocity of air, very large duct was installed with extra care given to vibration. The Penthouse Production Building has 10 custom built air conditioning units. Ivey installed two 1000 ton chillers and relocated a 450 ton chiller, six cooling towers, and a fuel oil tank. 80% of the mechanical scope of the project had to be installed in four months.