Friday, July 13, 2018

EMJ ranks #59 among Top Contractors in Southeast

ENR Southeast Top Contractors
EMJ Corporation ranks #59 among the Top Contractors in the Southeast, according to recent rankings published in Engineering News-Record (ENR).
ENR annually ranks the Top 400 Contractors in the country according to their revenue in a calendar year. The Southeast rankings recognize work in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Puerto Rico and come a month after ENR’s overall rankings for the nation, in which EMJ ranks #86 in the U.S.

Building the Southeast

Founded in Chattanooga, Tenn., in 1968, EMJ has continually had a strong presence across the southeast, from hometown projects like Hamilton Place Mall and the Hunter Museum to repeat work for Shaw Industries Group, Inc., in Georgia and Alabama.
Our ranking this year is due to projects completed during fiscal year 2017, including stand-out projects such as Shaw Create Centre, Market City Center, Signal Mill, Lee Vista Promenade, FedEx Ground and programmatic work for Lidl, 7-Eleven, and more. Additionally, EMJ’s work on several hotels in Florida played a large part in the ranking.
With the recent completion of a Publix grocery and Ruby Falls in Chattanooga and other notable projects underway in Decatur, Ga., Wilmington, N.C., Andalusia, Ala., and Hobe Sound, Fla., the outlook for 2018 is bright as EMJ continues to build relationships in the Southeast and gain knowledge of the unique needs of the region.

Congratulations to our EMJ team on this ranking. Thanks for your continual hard work and dedication to service, and many thanks also to the clients and partners who helped us achieve this ranking!

EMJ’s Top Southeast Projects 2017

The Shaw Create Centre is a 67,000-square-foot office building in Cartersville, Ga., built to serve as home to Shaw Industries Group’s commercial marketing, design and innovation teams. Designed by architecture firm, Gensler, the EMJ team constructed the unique facility and performed all site work.

Market City Center is the highest structure built in Chattanooga since 1972 and is located between three downtown buildings on bustling Market Street. Designed by Stevens & Wilkinson and developed by The Simpson Organization with support from River City Company, Market City Center is playing a key role in the revitalization of downtown Chattanooga. The LEED® Certified™ Silver 10-story building offers 125 apartments with parking along with 21,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space and 21,000 square feet of office space on the second floor.

Originally constructed in 1916 as a textile manufacturing facility, Signal Mill is a two-and-a-half-story, 34,560-square-foot structure in Chattanooga’s sought-after North Shore District. EMJ Construction Special Projects partnered with North Shore Project, LLC, the Woodbery Group and Hefferlin & Kronenberg Architects to renovate the building in 2016. In 2017, the high-end, mixed-use development opened to the public, featuring space for boutiques, specialty food shops and offices.

The 237,000-square-foot FedEx Ground distribution center in Chattanooga was built in partnership with Saad Development Corporation. EMJ’s team completed the project in just eight months, handing the facility to the developer more than two months early.

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