Progress is rapid at The Nine’s jobsite on Helen Keller Blvd in Tuscaloosa. When complete, this complex will feature 216 fully-furnished, upscale apartments. In total, the eight residential buildings will accommodate 544 students and provide 263,000 square-feet of space. The complex includes a 10,000 square-foot, resort style clubhouse complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center, game […]
A sparkling new student-housing complex is taking shape in Tuscaloosa, Ala., within the shadow of the home stadium of America’s top college football program. The new structure is certain to be a much-desired place to live for new and current students at the University of Alabama. The Hub at Tuscaloosa is an eight-level, 276,700-sq. ft. […]
“Topping Out Party” for The Nine at Tuscaloosa student apartment project. This 544-bed, 216 unit complex totals more than 273,000 sf and is on schedule for the Fall 2017 University of Alabama semester! Thanks to all of our subcontractors, suppliers, owners and other partners for making this happen!
From The Tuscaloosa News By Drew Taylor Staff Writer Work on Skyland Elementary reached a crucial stage as a majority of the school is in the process of being torn down. Construction crews have been tearing down about 60 percent of the school and rebuilding in a major renovation effort. The school, which was first […]
Amason is serving as general contractor for The Hub at Tuscaloosa, which will be located on Red Drew Avenue in the shadows of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Once complete, The Hub will be an eight level 276,700 square-foot apartment complex and offer an additional 25,000 square-feet of open air common space. The complex will comprise of five […]
Renovation work is now underway at Central Elementary School. Upon completion, the school’s students, faculty, and staff will enjoy a completely modernized facility, with upgrades to the cafeteria, library, classrooms, administrative areas, gymnasium, and baseball field. A 4,100-square foot Discovery Center will also be constructed, and the existing courtyard area will be overhauled to provide […]
The new Peco Foods Corporate Office project is a total renovation to the former headquarters of Cadence Bank in downtown Tuscaloosa. The 22,000 square-foot project will require an exacting attention to detail, as high-end finishes will be installed throughout the interior, including marble flooring and European cabinetry. The new Corporate Office will consist of office […]
Robert Amason was recently appointed Chairman of the Board for the Tuscaloosa Chapter of the Salvation Army. Since joining the Board in 2011, Amason has served on the local executive committee, capital campaign committee, and as co-chair of the properties committee, overseeing the new Center of Hope’s design and construction. As the only homeless shelter […]
Amason recently celebrated the topping out of its Easter Seals of West Alabama project. This milestone, which recognizes the placement of the final steel beam atop the structure, allowed us to show our appreciation for the outstanding work of our subcontractors and the great progress they are achieving on this project. Housing both Easter Seals […]
Amason & Associates was named a 2016 AGC in the Community award winner at the Associated General Contractors of America annual convention in San Antonio, Texas. This award recognizes outstanding community service projects completed by AGC members. Amason received its award in recognition of its work with the Druid City Garden Project. In this project, […]
Education Design Showcase 15 recently named Fresh Foods Dining Hall at The University of Alabama as a Project of Distinction for Outstanding Design & Architecture in Education. Amason & Associates served as the General Contractor for this project. The 44,713 square foot facility features Fresh Foods Dining, which has multiple food stations and seating for 525 people, on […]
Amason employees and their family members participated in the Druid City Garden Project’s Build Day at Central Elementary School in Tuscaloosa. This new garden was made possible through a donation by Amason & Associates and contains learning areas and 15 garden beds for students.