Sheridan Construction was hired to perform interior and exterior renovations to convert an unoccupied hospital building into a Senior Living facility. The building had been constructed in the early 1930s and had been abandoned for several years, resulting in major roof damage, mold issues and deteriorating conditions throughout the interior. Sheridan Construction’s work involved mold remediation prior to extensive renovation construction and working with the State Fire Marshall’s office to bring the building up to code specifications.
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We’re so excited that the Central Georgia/Southern Crescent Workforce Development Skills Challenge is coming up so fast! This year, the event..
Wednesday = #SheridanShowcase. Today’s featured project is Coliseum GME Phase 2 in Macon, GA. John Ware from Coliseum Medical Centers called..
Congratulations to Morgan Brown for earning a $500 Don Faulk Teen Volunteer Scholarship this summer! Morgan is the daughter of Hal Brown, Project..
Employee Spotlight: Edward Sasser Eddie has been a Project Manager with us for 2 years. What he enjoys most about Sheridan is the family atmosphere..