The Eagle Has Landed… Again.
More than a decade ago, in July 2011, the Giles County Courthouse Eagle was left impaired by storms, calling for immediate repair. On March 3, 2023, Giles County residents relived this incident. The 114-year-old copper Eagle that rests atop the Giles County Courthouse was damaged by heavy winds…again. The Courthouse Eagle was left angled backward after the intense storm passed through the county. Calling for skilled workers to repair the iconic structure, Brindley Construction was appointed to restore the Eagle once again. Jeff Brindley, Vice President of Brindley Construction, called Wayne Buchanan, an Architectural metal craftsman, out of retirement to aid in the repairs as Buchanan facilitated the restoration of the Eagle after the first storm in 2011. Brindley also recruited Nashville’s Don Kennedy Roofing for a crane and support. On April 15, 2023, the Eagle was repaired and placed back into its position overlooking the City of Pulaski. Brindley Construction was honored to facilitate the repair of this historical symbol for Giles County.