The Edenton Police Department project is making great progress. According to Project Manager, Adam Hughes, "Progress on this project is meeting scheduled expectations and we look forward to a May completion date." The roof membrane is in place, and the site is on grade with most concrete curb and gutter installed. The plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems are underway and approximately sixty percent complete. Brick veneer is nearly complete. The brick is being painted as specified by Oakley Collier Architects. Site improvements will begin in March and will be completed by mid-April. Hughes also states, "We enjoy occasional visits from Edenton Police Chief Jay Fortenbery who maintains a watchful eye over the project to monitor our progress."
A. R. Chesson Construction Company is currently renovating the interior of the Latter Day Saints Church in Hampton, VA. The renovation consists of new gymnasium flooring, new kitchen casework and tile flooring, replacing the exterior windows, and re-upholstery of the church pews. The estimated completion time for this project is March 2017.
A. R. Chesson Construction Company is currently renovating the First South Bank project in Washington, NC. The project includes major first floor renovation, new roof, new landscaping, parking lot renovation, and technology upgrades. The expected completion date for this project is March 2017.
Progress photos of the new police station.
The new Colony Tire Corporate Office in Edenton, NC is nearly dried in, with exterior sheathing and vapor barrier installed. Masonry veneer installation has started as well. Interior wall framing is complete and Plumbing/Mechanical/Electrical rough-ins will begin next week. Project is on schedule for completion in March of 2017.
The Elizabeth City Office of A. R. Chesson Construction Company participated in the Perry Auto Group Trunk or Treat this past Friday. Many of our employees volunteered by donating candy for our toolbox, and by interacting with the children and their families. We value any opportunity that we are given to become more involved in our local community.
The Williamston office of A. R. Chesson Construction received word that the Outer Banks Food Bank was in desperate need of food items in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. The staff immediately began collecting food bank donations. In just a few days the office had collected enough dry goods to donate to both the Outer Banks Food Bank as well as the Martin County Food Bank in Williamston.
All of us at A. R. Chesson Construction hurt for those affected by the terrible after math of the recent storms. While we mobilize to help those with buildings that were damaged, our employees value giving back to the community to meet other needs.
The footings and underground-rough-ins are complete at Banks Dentistry in Elizabeth City, NC.
The Pre-Engineered Metal Building package is almost complete at the future corporate office of the Colony Tire Corporation.
The structural steel has been erected at the new Edenton Police Department
The NSU Madison Hall Auditorium Renovation consisted of demolition of finishes as well as the electrical and mechanical systems in the Auditorium. The renovated space included all new finishes including polished concrete flooring, theater seating, acoustical ceilings and wall panels, new decorative metal rails, and new lighting fixtures with a networked controlled digital intelligent lighting system. A. R. Chesson Construction Company has now completed ten projects at Norfolk State University in Virginia.
The Currituck Ferry Welcome Center located in Currituck County, NC, was unveiled Wednesday August 17th, 2016. This newer facility replaces the smaller and outdated one that was built in 1985. It contains vending machines, restrooms, and displays information on the Currituck heritage for travelers to see.
Construction of a new $2 million Welcome Center for the Currituck-Knotts Island ferry is about to begin and is expected to be completed in early 2016. A federal grant will pay eighty percent, with the remaining twenty percent of the cost funded by the state. The new, larger Welcome Center will include a Currituck historical exhibit area, restrooms and offices, and will be replacing an outdated and undersized facility.
This is the second NCDOT project that A. R. Chesson Construction has participated in the past two years. The NCDOT HWY-17 Rest Area Building near Chocowinity, NC is nearing completion.
Progress continues at the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum. Pressure washing has been completed. Siding repair is complete. First caulking and sanding are ongoing. We expect to begin removing siding and wood trim too damaged for repair this week.
A. R. Chesson Construction has been awarded the contract for the exterior renovation of the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum located at the tip of Hatteras Island. The scope of work includes pressure washing the exterior of the building, repair and replacement of damaged siding and trim and painting the exterior. Work began Monday August 8 under the supervision of Andy Holliman with Doug Chesson as Project Manager.
A. R. Chesson Construction Company is renovating an Madison Hall academic building at Norfolk State University in Virginia. The project includes custom curved wood counters.
Michael Roberts has recently accepted a promotion at A. R. Chesson Construction as the new Chief Estimator. Michael has become very skilled in the estimating department after joining the firm in 2003. Michael will continue to lead this company to success in expanding his efforts throughout the bidding, estimating, and project management process. Michael states" I am excited to start a new challenge within A. R. Chesson Construction and look forward to working with the team to further develop our already extensive and successful estimating methods."
The single slope addition is in place at the Arthur Felton Youth Center in Elizabeth City, NC. In addition, new wall panels and trim have been installed on the entire building.
A. R. Chesson Construction Company, Inc. has been recognized by the Martin County Chamber of Commerce as "Business of the Month"!
Construction for the new community center in Cofield, NC is beginning. The groundbreaking for the new 2,911 sq. ft. facility was held on June 27th. The center will host summer programs for children, summer reading and computer tech classes, and serve the seniors in the area.
The project manager is Will Gautier. The superintendent is Steve Richards.