The Richmond City Jail, which was originally built in the early 1960’s was replaced with a new 1,032 bed facility. This new facility is being called a “one-stop jail” due to the inclusion of an annex and magistrates offices, that are similar to the Henrico County Jail. This key project is expected to contribute to
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Martin’s Charter Colony Parkway New construction is an 80,000 sq ft building which includes retail space T.K. Davis Construction was the fourth (4th) largest vendor in the United States for Ahold, USA, 2013 and 2014.
Virginia Union University- Living & Learning Center In 2012, Virginia Union University made plans to build a $14 million complex to house two residence halls and a community conference center. It was constructed on a grassy field that includes several athletic courts on campus next to MacVicar Hall, a women’s dorm. It is 68,028 square
Historic renovation to eight (8) 20,000 square foot warehouses. Four (4) buildings were turned into conditioned mini-storage space, while the other four (4) building were turned into flex office/warehouse spaces.
In association with Clancy & Theys Construction, T.K. Davis Construction, Inc. will once again embark on renovations to William & Mary’s Chandler Hall co-ed dormitory, a 51,000 square foot building. The project will include replacing the roof, windows, building systems and interior finishes. Construction is scheduled to begin Mid May 2014 with an expected completion
A 20,860 square foot renovation of the 1st, 2nd, and 5th floors. The 1st floor renovations included a new building entrance and conversion from an administration function, to a commons area along with meeting rooms. 2nd floor renovation was the expansion of two existing skill labs and a compounding lab 5th floor consisted of renovation
Provided construction services for the complex rehabilitation and renovation of a 120,000 SF 80 year old concrete frame facility, which previously housed Biggs Furniture of Richmond. This rehabilitation project consisted of converting the facility into a 67 unit luxury apartment building with an onsite fitness center, recreation rooms, internet access kiosks, library, meeting rooms and
Ukrop’s Super Markets, Inc. operated a chain of 27 grocery stores in Virginia, primarily in the Richmond area, where it was the market leader. With several expansion projects that began in 1996, the Ukrop’s located in Midlothian, Virginia involved complete renovation of the exterior façade for the store and the adjoining mall. This $2.5 Million