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Completed Projects

In January 2017, the City of Hattiesburg was devastated with a deadly tornado that ripped through the city.  Many buildings were completely destroyed, one of which was the mass transit facility for the city.  This project came to fruition, with a start date set for...

The Horizon Building came from an idea involving a new construction office building for a young but vastly growing company.  Horizon Professional Services brings together experienced and dedicated staff to provide charities and non-profit organizations with the leadership and services that they need to be...

Florida's first Mugshots is now open! After a 90 day renovation of what used to be a Chili's restaurant, the 6,000 square foot building/200 seater is now home to the Mugshots of Pensacola, Florida!     ...

Sumrall is a small but rapidly growing town in South Mississippi. Schools are busting at the seams as well as the local churches.  First Baptist Church had the great problem of having too many bodies, but not enough efficient space to place everyone.  Colony...

Kips Gymnasium has been a staple in the Hattiesburg area for years.  In 1996, even the U.S. Olympic team trained in the building, since it was a state of the art facility at that time. However after more than two decades, the gymnasium has changed hands...

Colony Construction broke ground on Hattiesburg’s District at Midtown’s Townhomes on April 28, 2019. Client Rob Tatum wanted to add to his growing district by adding six two-story town homes that would reach 11,300 square feet in total. The two outside units house two, three...

The Midtown Shopping Center was built in the 1960’s and has seen many retailers come and go.  Prior to its renovation, the Shopping Center had aged and looked worn out aesthetically.  The owner realized the opportunity for growth, but realized attracting and retaining more businesses...