We’re excited to announce that the Showa Glove Manufacturing Expansion has received AGC Alabama’s BuildSouth Award for Best New Construction Under $5 Million. Members of our project team were on hand to accept the award. Thank you to all our trade partners, including subcontractors, design engineers, Jim Berry Associated Architect, P.C. and Showa Glove for […]
2021 has been a busy one at Amason & Associates! As we wrap up the year, we want to extend our sincere thanks to our clients, trade partners, and team members. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Mountain Brook Jr. High School in Mountain Brook, Alabama is set to receive a new 3-story addition, which will include work areas for administration, locker rooms, and an ICC-500 storm shelter. The 60,000 square-foot addition will then become the school’s main entrance. More than 20,000 square-feet of interior renovation is required to tie-in the addition […]
Major additions have begun at Booker T. Washington Magnet School’s Bell Road Campus in Montgomery, Alabama. This project totals more than 102,000 square-feet and adds four buildings to the school. A new 43,000 square-foot Magnet Arts Building will become the school’s main building, connecting the existing Core Curriculum Building and the new 19,000 square-foot Black […]
From Business Alabama 3/23/21 by Alec Harvey Even before COVID-19 hit, the folks at Showa Group — the glove-making factory in Fayette, in northwest Alabama — were looking to expand. “We made that decision in 2019,” says Mike Kimple, director of manufacturing. “We built a new building and ordered kind of the latest and greatest […]
Today, on our national holiday commemorating the birthdate of Martin Luther King, Jr., the official ribbon cutting was held at the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School in Tuscaloosa. The 76,400 square-foot school was completed in the Spring of 2020 and has been open to students since in-school classes resumed this Fall. The ceremony […]
When Tuscaloosa City Schools return for in-person classes, a new $18 million elementary school will welcome its students. The Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School is complete, with virtual instruction happening now. The Tuscaloosa City Board of Education is scheduled to vote Tuesday night on a plan that would return students to the classroom throughout […]