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With an expert team that is unmatched in the Atlanta construction market, we look a little different than other contractors. We are proud of the differentiators that fuel our success. Representing diverse professional backgrounds and cultural perspectives, Leapley consistently delivers fully-informed solutions to clients’ biggest challenges.
Leapley’s leadership ignites our vibrant corporate culture – one where employees have tools to connect and communicate more effectively – through the Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument, Enneagram and Culture Index – and space to succeed. Collectively, we encourage each other to create exceptional outcomes, together.
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With expert construction knowledge, complex experience, and industry longevity, our robust team works together to deliver annual average revenues exceeding $200 Million.
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Over six months, Leapley Construction delivered 11 concurrent renovation projects on the Georgia Tech campus as part of a Master Task-Order Contract. The renovation work included:
Howey Physics Building Quantum Kimchi Office Renovation – Leapley transformed under-utilized space into a classroom and two offices with new finishes, soffits, paint, window treatments and sprinkler heads.
Ford Environmental Science & Technology Building (ES&T) Lang Lab Fit-up – Leapley demolished existing casework, built new casework, added fume hoods, and delivered new finishes, paint and ceiling tiles.
ES&T Loading Dock Sprinkler Modifications – Leapley replaced all sprinkler runs and added new exterior ceiling tiles and overhead clearance signage
North Avenue Apartments West Reception Area & General Upgrades – Leapley renovated the reception area and corridors throughout the student housing facility, including updated signage and unique finishes on each of the five floors. The team also renovated showers in the staff apartments.
Engineering, Science and Mechanics Building Painting – Leapley managed lead abatement and patched and painted drywall throughout. With rigorous containment protocols, Leapley maintained the safety of building occupants throughout the renovation.
Campus Recreation Center (CRC) Sprinkler Replacement – Leapley replaced sprinkler heads throughout the recreation center’s basketball and indoor pool facilities. To maintain access to the pool’s high dive platform, Leapley utilized additional scaffolding to safely replace overhead systems.
IPS&T Main Atrium Sprinkler Relocation – A research institute linking Georgia Tech and the international paper industry, the Renewable Bioproducts Institute operates out of the building colloquially known by its former name – the Institute of Paper Science and Technology (IPS&T). Because this facility is heavily trafficked and home to a historic, immovable 1700s era paper press, the renovation to the IPS&T fire protection system was the most challenging component of the Master Task Order work. To safely remove a concealed sign 50-feet up in the soffit area and replace sprinklers throughout the atrium, the Leapley team devised an innovative metal and wood containment system for the museum piece, built extensive scaffolding and installed overhead protective barriers to protect students and faculty during the renovation. Leapley collaborated closely with the university and the fire marshal to drain the sprinkler system while protecting the beams and replacing sprinklers per the Georgia Tech Yellow Book standards for construction projects.
Campus Warehouse Phase 2 Storage Consolidation – To create more usable space in a campus warehouse, Leapley updated finishes and added barn doors to existing office space. Concurrently, the team updated millwork and light fixtures throughout the facility and replaced the exterior loading dock.
Van Leer Electrical and Computer Engineering Building Distribution Replacement – Leapley utilized a shaft wall system to install new conduit and replace the 4160v electrical distribution system.
Cherry Emerson Generator – Leapley installed a new generator system to ensure an uninterrupted power supply for the sensitive research conducted in the School of Biological Sciences. While managing asbestos abatement in the 55-year-old facility, Leapley coordinated with the professors operating in each of the 56 dust-sensitive labs to coordinate precise equipment placement and prevent disruption to ongoing research efforts.