14 new million-dollar-plus construction permits approved in Alabama, March 21st

Cerrowire
Cerrowire’s upcoming Metal Clad Cable plant in Hartselle. (Cerrowire)

We’ve got the inside scoop on 14 new million-dollar-plus construction permits awarded to contractors in Alabama last week, including an upcoming cable plant in Hartselle, Alabama. Keep reading for information like contractor names, contracts, permits values, project addresses and much more.

Cerrowire Metal Clad Cable Plant in Morgan Center Business Park (Hartselle, Alabama)

  • Project Cost: $33,484,097
  • Project Address: 2100 Byrd Road SouthEast, Hartselle, AL 35640
  • Project: Metal Clad Cable Plant, Hartselle
  • Owner of Project: Cerrowire, LLC

Cerrowire, a U.S. manufacturer of copper building wire for a variety of applications, recently announced their plans for a massive Metal Clad Cable plant in the multimillion-dollar Morgan Center Business Park in the City of Hartselle, Alabama. A growing sector in the building wire market, Metal Clad (MC) Cable consists of insulated copper or conductive metals and is used in building construction—mostly in commercial, but with some residential and industrial applications.

Cerrowire’s Metal Clad Cable plant will be the first tenant located in Hartselle’s Morgan Center Business Park, a multi-million dollar business park in North Central Alabama that was completed almost a decade ago.

“We are looking forward to Hartselle being the strategic location that is a perfect fit for our major new venture and to the creation of over 130 jobs to support this growing community. The State of Alabama, Morgan County, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and City of Hartselle are excellent partners in creating an environment for our business to flourish. Our workforce is dedicated to our growth and the production of high-quality products.”

Stewart Smallwood, Cerrowire President, in a Cerrowire Press Release

Learn More About These Construction Projects

Thanks to our friends at Southern Exposure Information, we’ve got the list of all new million-dollar-plus construction permits approved in Alabama last week. Each week, they pull together information from building permits to get all the details on these projects. You can get access to all of their construction permits right here.

DateCityBuilderOwnerof ProjectProjectAddressProjectSubdivisionProjectStateProjectZip CodeSubtype of ProjectSquare FootageAmount
03/17/2022AlabasterRashmi MehadiaRashmi Mehadia8464 Madison BlvdAL357585,200$2,107,000
03/16/2022AnnistonHale Building Company IncCalhoun County Commission400 West 8th StreetAL36201$3,821,692
03/16/2022BirminghamConstruction Works IncSixth Avenue Baptist Church1101 Martin Luther King Jr DriveAL35211$6,000,000
03/16/2022BirminghamAG Gaston Construction Co IncCity of Birmingham1510 5th Ave NorthAL35203$1,111,197
03/16/2022BirminghamArgo Construction LLcBirmingham Board of Education5620 1st Avenue NorthAL35212$7,858,000
03/14/2022HartselleCerro Wire llc2100 Byrd Road SEAL35640$33,484,097
03/17/2022HomewoodIDC Inc.Stewart Lubricants & Service144 Citation CourtAL3520920,500$1,900,000
03/17/2022HuntsvilleNearen ConstructionJohn Davis2089 Winchester Rd NEAL$2,196,114
03/17/2022HuntsvillePettus Plumbing & PipingBruce Causey102 Wynn Drive NWCalhoun Community College PlaceAL$1,875,700
03/17/2022MadisonSW Commercial ContractingOwner Not Listed115 Field View LaneAL357568,750$1,200,000
03/17/2022MadisonRashmi MehadiaRashmi Mehadia8464 Madison BlvdAL357585,200$2,107,000
03/17/2022OxfordShiv ServicesOwner not listed267 Hospitality WayAL36203$6,500,000
03/17/2022Tallapoosa CountyJ Manifold ConstructionCaldwell5488 Jackson Road Camp HillAL36853$1,386,996
03/16/2022TrussvilleArlington Construction Service LLCMILAM & CO Construction Inc7884 Gadsden HighwayAL35173$3,200,000

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Nathan Watson
Nathan Watson

Tennessee native who fell in love with Birmingham during college. Graduated from Birmingham-Southern College in 2019. Passionate about Birmingham and its continued growth.

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