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Lewis Contracting Services is on the Right Track

CHAMBLEE, Ga., -- Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is chugging along with its vision for a more connected Atlanta. The company is on the leading edge of Transit Oriented Development (TOD), developing areas around their rail stations into mixed-use...

Back to School with Lewis Contracting

CONYERS, Ga -- In 1957, Rockdale County officials opened the doors to the new Pine Street Elementary school and 60 years later, it is now the oldest public school in the county. Recently, county officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new state-of-the-art...

Lewis Contracting Services Won the Bid and made the Grade

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Richmond County is a rapidly growing area in Augusta. Recently the U.S. Army broke ground on its new cyber center at Fort Gordon and the area is now experiencing a steady stream of families moving there to take advantage of the jobs at the new Cyber...

Marvelous Marvelle is a Makeover for Marietta

Named after popular local resident, Colonel John H. Boston, former Boston Homes was a 125-unit public housing project for low-income families located in Marietta, GA. Built in 1949, the apartments had never had any major renovations done to them, there were no modern...

Lewis Contracting Services is Making Modern History

Charlottesville, Virginia was formed in 1762 and is a city richly steeped in history. Thomas Jefferson was one of three founding fathers who would call this small town home. Even though the region is historic, the residents are eager to build for the future. Lewis...

Lewis Contracting Services Rebuilding a Legacy

Founded in 1862 in the days after the Civil War, Atlanta’s historic Friendship Baptist Church is one of the oldest African-American churches in the city. Twenty-five freed slaves formed the church which held services every Sunday and classes during the week for the...

Lewis Contracting Services Helps Renew Atlanta Community

  Minutes from the shadows of Atlanta’s tallest skyscrapers sat one of the largest housing projects in the Southeast - crime-infested “Perry Homes”. In 1998, it was considered the most dangerous precinct in America. For nearly 50 years, this part of northwest...