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Examples of some residential construction, consisted of 3 custom homes with custom designs and tons of special features.  The 2,900 sf (h/c) home on Glynnwood Drive (to the left) has 35’ high vaulted ceilings, arched openings and patterned concrete.  The 3,700 sf (h/c) home on Jackson Trace has tongue and groove pine ceilings, brick paved porches, and a prewired camera system.  The 5000 sf (h/c) home on Nunn Trace (below) boasts a stained cross concrete porch, a stone outdoor fireplace, tongue and groove pine vaulted ceilings, decorative pattern tiled shower walls, and lots of faux painting, while resting on a drilled pier foundation.


Our most intriguing renovation project consisted of mostly exterior foundation stabilization work and landscaping work with only a small amount of interior cosmetic work.  The project consisted of pressure grouting around the perimeter of the house to maintain structural stability.  The next step was to attach helical piers in strategic locations on the existing foundation to reduce the potential for vertical movement. The last steps were to tie in all downspouts, site drains inlets, and new french drain systems to an underground storm water system that would remove all water both below and above grade away from the house and into the street for discharge.

Other residential renovation projects consist of a complete kitchen renovation, including all new flooring, cabinets, fixtures and appliances in a beautiful house on Wynlakes Blvd.



In 2001 I completed a $5.5M project with nearly 80,000 sf of classroom space for 5 Montgomery County Schools.  The project consisted of 5 different sites, with 5 different supervisors all starting at the same time and was completed on time by the start of school with approval and signing off by the City of Montgomery Building Department and all 5 of its divisions, the architect’s field inspector, the Montgomery County Board of Education’s building inspector, the State of Alabama Building Commission inspector, and the Montgomery Fire Department. I also completed a $700k addition to two schools in Talladega County during that time.


Prior to starting Landmark, I was working on a $2.8M Lodge for the Gateway Golf course for the City of Montgomery. Some other projects completed were: a $200k renovation at the GE Plastics Industrial Plant, a $300k renovation to the Crenshaw County Courthouse in Luverne and a new $700k fiber optic hosting facility for Sprint on Tallapoosa Street in downtown Montgomery (shown to the left).  It contains pre-fab concrete walls, 3 roof top a/c units in order to keep inside air under 70 degrees year around, a 10’ tall x 20’ long emergency generator powered by gas station size underground fuel tanks.

While working with the family business, the last 2 church clients were both non bid, negotiated special projects.  First Baptist Church of Tallassee in Elmore County relocated their entire campus to a new multi acre site to build a $2.4M sanctuary of exposed wood beams and pine tongue and groove ceilings, a fellowship hall, commercial restaurant style kitchen, and new classroom space.  The University Church (to the right) completed 3 phases spanning 5 years and totaling over $3.6M. First was a new 20,000 sf administrative and fellowship hall.  Second, our AGC Design/Build Award winning project of an exterior wall removal for sanctuary seating addition took place.  Last we added 5,000 sf of steel framed classrooms on top of an existing flat roof building while renovating and adding several thousand sf on the 1st floor (last phase not shown in picture but is currently sitting on flat area to the far right back side of the building).

(Some projects below were directly managed by Bradley while at Pemberton Inc.)


The Lakeview development consisted of an opportunity to change a thickly wooded and sloped property (see far left picture) into 3 beautiful deeded waterfront houses on scenic Lake Martin in the Blue Creek area of Dadeville, Alabama.  The challenges included strategically locating wells, septic tanks, aerator pumps, and field lines (for each lot) to meet and exceed all Health Department standards and maintain a private drive and parking areas for all three properties, all in their own “subdivision”.  Each deeded lot was re-plated in order to optimize the most parking for each owner and allow them the ability to have their own road frontage and water frontage for a private dock and boat slip area.  The drive boasts a rustic timber retaining wall and the houses are constructed with nearly maintenance free exteriors.

before construction...

after construction...


This 5000 square foot commercial office space was partially pre-leased at time of construction and was later built-out for a 2nd tenant within the 3 months following construction completion, and is now fully leased.


After months of negotiations and numerous proposal options, Landmark Development in collaboration with Ingram Construction (known as IDPA), closed in February 2011, on a purchase and then sell of a 232,000 SF industrial facility sitting on over 20 acres in Chambers County, Alabama.

During this time, we assisted the buyer in build to suit analysis, lease to own options, new construction, and lease only possibilities.  In the end, the owner (a 2nd tier Hyundai / Kia supplier) decided to purchase the property, perform construction renovations, and plans to begin manufacturing operations in May of 2011.

We were excited to help bring new jobs to Chambers County and hope this already established international company can maintain it’s strong growth in our state, and now in this area of East Alabama.

For more ways that we can help you lease or lease to own the manufacturing facility that meets all of your ever changing operations needs, please contact us by email or phone.