Project Scope

Carroll Daniel built Jackson EMC a new administration building in Lawrenceville, Georgia. This project included building a new 2-story building, renovations to the existing facility, two drive-thru lanes, a customer service lobby, charging stations for electric cars and a 1,800 SF conference room.

2 Stories
4,564 SF Renovation
16,583 SF New Construction
Jackson EMC

Enhancing Customer Experiences

Serving nearly 100,00 households in Gwinnett County, Jackson EMC’s new facility will cater to the residents of the Lawrenceville community. The new over 16,000 SF facility will serve as a convenient hub for arranging electric service upon moving into the county, bill payments, and accessing the diverse range of services that Jackson EMC offers.

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