Sponsored: Branch Builds plans expansion in Charlotte, new N.C. projects

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Image: Branch Builds’ Cabarrus County High School project in Charlotte will boast a variety of dynamic learning spaces and a cutting-edge auditorium, gym, and CTE labs with a focus on aerospace, logistics/transportation, drafting, and construction trades.

This content is brought to you in partnership with Branch Builds, which provides professional construction-management services on a diverse array of projects to a broad range of private and public-sector owners.

Branch Builds, a construction-management firm that provides services to private and public-sector owners, established its first physical office in Charlotte last summer and plans to open a new, larger office next month in the Interstate 77 and Tyvola Road area.

Branch Builds plans to add four employees to Charlotte by the end of 2019. The company currently employs 20 in Charlotte, including a number of established professionals who have significant experience in construction management, such as Danny Alderman, Chris Mabry and Jose Pocasangre. The Charlotte office is led by industry veteran Dan Patete.

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Cabarrus County High School interior

The Branch Group Inc. subsidiary is involved in three signature projects throughout the state. Its Cabarrus County High School project in Charlotte will boast a variety of dynamic learning spaces and a cutting-edge auditorium, gym, and CTE labs with a focus on aerospace, logistics/transportation, drafting, and construction trades. The new school will accommodate 1,600 students in grades 9-12, with a core capacity of 1,850 students.

The company is also working on a $28 million improvement project at Sun Valley High School in Union County that will provide needed classroom and amenity spaces.

Branch Build’s recent 36,857-square-foot Winston-Salem Firearms Joint Training Facility project created a training facility for the city’s police department and added the security of a completely baffled, indoor firing range. Among the facility’s most innovative features is the mechanical system, which not only heats and cools the firing range,classrooms, lobby and administration spaces, but also provides laminar flow in the firing ranges, which moves any lead dust and harmful contaminants down range and away from the shooter.        

To learn more about Branch Builds’ projects, the firm’s vision and what sets apart Branch Builds, visit the company’s new website.

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