When Brindley Construction was founded more than 61 years ago, our slogan was "You name it, we build it." That saying still holds true to this day. We have been fortunate this year with a busy schedule and projects ranging from large commercial projects to small jobs and everything in between. Our company is hard at work every day, helping existing businesses expand and new organizations come to fruition.
So what have we been working on, you may ask?
We were thrilled to be selected to build TriStar Bank’s new Neapolis location in Columbia, Tennessee. The new design-build 2,770-square-foot branch will be located at 2567 Nashville Highway in Columbia. TriStar Bank holds a unique distinction in the world of finance — it was the first bank to open in the new millennium. Doors opened at precisely one second after midnight on January 1, 2000. It was the first new bank to be chartered in Dickson County in nearly 50 years. Their vision is to see every client leave with a smile and come back with a friend, and we certainly feel like we have made a friend with TriStar Bank. We appreciate the values they have as a company and we know this will be a great partnership.
Members of the community, Maury County Chamber of Commerce, TriStar Bank, and Brindley Construction come together for the groundbreaking at the new branch location in Columbia, Tennessee.
The groundbreaking for the new Neapolis location was held on November 12th. We had a great turnout that included some of our local state representatives, members of the TriStar Bank team from different branches and management, the Brindley Construction Team, Maury County Chamber of Commerce representatives and the community of Maury County. “We look forward to working with Brindley Construction as we continue to expand our footprint in Maury County,” said TriStar Bank’s Maury Country President, Michael Franks.
Who doesn't love donuts and coffee? We certainly do! The new 1,900-square-foot location in Pulaski, Tennessee will be replacing the old Krystal's building that was located on West College Street. Brindley crews demolished the original building and are in the process of constructing the new Dunkin’ in that location. Building is expected to be completed Spring 2022.
Members of the community, the Dunkin' Team and the Brindley Construction Team gather together to break ground at the new store location in Pulaski, Tennessee.
A groundbreaking ceremony took place on October 25th to celebrate the start of the project and included local officials, Dunkin’ team members, the local Giles Chamber representatives and the Brindley Construction crew. The weather was perfect for a good cup of coffee and a delicious donut. Demolition of the old building has been completed and work is underway on the new Dunkin'.
TriGreen DealershipTriGreen’s new facility in Columbia, Tennessee has a strong foundation under its belt. Work started in April 2021 and should be completed by Summer 2022. Project Manager Jeff Brindley and Superintendent Matt Johnson have done a wonderful job getting the project off the ground with assistance from Architect George Nuber. “We are excited to be working with such a great group people over at TriGreen Equipment,” said Vice President and Project Manager, Jeff Brindley. “They have been patient with us throughout this process and, as a team, we have kept the lines of communication between the owner, architect and the team very strong.”Steel has been erected and the dealership is taking shape at the new location in Columbia, Tennessee.
Marshall County Health Department
Marshall County Health Department’s new 8,000-square-foot building, located in Lewisburg, Tennessee, is making great progress with completion expected the end of this year. Our crews have been hard at work under the leadership of Brindley Project Manager Bryan Brindley and Superintendent Chris Dickey.
The new metal building for the health department is taking shape in Marshall County
“We had a beam signing in April that featured signatures from elected officials and health department staff. The beam was placed at the entrance of the new building and, though it will not be visible to the public, those who signed the beam will be part of the new location for years to come,” said Lauren Reed, Marketing Director. “This was a unique experience in place of having a groundbreaking.”
Brindley was tickled to get to work with the local Giles Chamber of Commerce on the remodelof their existing building. The scope includes demolition of the existing interior, new commercial doors, new cabinetry, finishes and specialties. The new layout of the Chamber will feature a co-space for businesses or individuals to be able to come in and have access to wifi and conference room space. “We are excited to partner with the Giles County Chamber to update their space and bring new life to this historic building on the square.,” said J.J. Brindley, Director of Business Development. The remodel is expected to be complete by the end of this year. We look forward to the many events that will take place at the newly renovated Chamber facility.