In 2017, Morgan Contractors began the largest project in company history. In a public bid process, Morgan Contractors was awarded a $15.2 million commercial site grading contract at the future site of the LG Electronics appliance factory in Clarksville, Tenn. Not only is it largest contract ever awarded to the family-owned company, but the 310-acre…Read more
Morgan Contractors began work site preparation work in early 2017 for the newest assisted living facility in Clarksville, Tennessee. Known as Jubilee House on Warfield, the yet-to-be-completed residential location is close to Tennova Healthcare – Clarksville and the city’s main retail thoroughfare, Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. The project fills a lot at the corner of Warfield…Read more
Morgan Contractors completed work on a retention basin at Clarksville’s Nyrstar zinc refinery during summer 2016. Morgan Contractors constructed the lined retention pond, which included extensive grading to ensure proper storm water runoff. The Nyrstar smelter, commissioned in 1978, is the only primary zinc producer in the United States. The retention basin collects storm water…Read more
Morgan Contractors provided grading and excavation expertise to The Villages at the River Club – a $40 million senior living community in Clarksville.
Often in Middle Tennessee, inclement weather or routine construction can cause problems as soft soil settles on top of the limestone rock well beneath ground level. With enough shifting and soil erosion, sinkholes can occur without warning. When that happens, Morgan Contractors knows how to take care of the problem, backfilling and stabilizing sinkholes safely…Read more
Morgan Contractors led site demolition efforts at Gateway Medical Center, located off Madison Street. Demolition and excavation work at the 73,000-square-foot site began in August 2010 to ready the location for a Publix grocery store and other retail development. Morgan Contractors was responsible for site demolition, which included the innovative use of a “Green Deconstruction”…Read more