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Rodgers Builders - Rodgers Report Spring 06
used 2,000 cubic yards of concrete
for the footings.
Additionally, Mid-Atlantic
placed approximately 140 tons
of reinforcing steel for complete
foundation installation.
This is a 5 month concrete project,
and Mid-Atlantic's vice president,
Cris Piephoff, expects their work to
be completed in late March.
Rodgers Builders is the
construction manager for the high
school, which will accommodate
approximately 2,000 students.
M
allard Creek High
School in Charlotte is one of the
first schools in the Charlotte/
Mecklenburg School System
to be constructed under new
North Carolina laws allowing
a construction manager at-
risk contract. Mid-Atlantic
Construction is the prime
contractor for the concrete
foundation (bid package 3A).
The bi-level high school has a cast-
in-place retaining wall that runs
through the center separating the
two levels of the building. The wall
is 750 feet long and Mid-Atlantic
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Mallard Creek High School
The Mid-Atlantic
team at Mallard
Creek High
School includes:
Nathan Black
Mike Blasius
William Bryant
Carlos Cardoza
Myron Cloud
Terry Edwards
Rafael Gonzales
Gerson Granobles
Jerry Heavner
Charles Lowery
Terry Matthews
Jeff Moore
Roy Page
James Sherk
Matt Thoin
Tony Willis
Work in Progress
Mid-Atlantic Construction has projects
underway at the following locations:
1065 E. Morehead Street
Office Building
Charlotte, NC
Ballantyne Village
Mixed Use Development
Charlotte, NC
(see story on page 6)
Cleveland Regional
Medical Center
Shelby, NC
Greenville Hospital System
Diagnostic & Treatment Pavilion
Greenville, SC
Hubbell Lighting Headquarters
Greenville, SC
Mallard Creek High School
Charlotte, NC
NorthEast Medical Center
Oncology Addition
Concord, NC
Pennybyrn at Maryfield
Continuing Care Retirement
Community Addition
High Point, NC
U. S. National Whitewater Center
Mecklenburg-Gaston County, NC
Above left: 750-foot retaining wall divides the bi-level
building.
Left: Aerial view of Mallard Creek High School site.
Below: Architects' rendering of the completed high school.
Mid-Atlantic Construction provides a total concrete package
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