Canterbury Ridge Apartments

Taylor Commercial is pleased to announced completion of a renovation project at Canterbury Ridge Apartments in Canton, Georgia. The 28 unit building was completely destroyed in a fire.

The complete rebuild from slab up took 4 months and included framing, floor/roof trusses, roofing, siding, windows, doors, stairs, cabinets, countertops sprinkler system, fire alarm, security system, flooring, shelving, appliances, drywall, paint, bathroom accessories and fixtures, new landscape and HVAC.

Ripley Terrace Apartments

Taylor Commercial’s Renovation Division has reached substantial completion at Ripley Terrace Apartments in Ripley, Tennessee.

The 48 unit building was a “tenant in place” rehab. Taylor Commercial successfully performed the following work in a 6 month time period: drywall patch, new paint, new kitchens, new flooring, new shutters, new gutters, new exterior trim and new asphalt.

Ramblewood Apartments

Taylor Commercial’s Siding Division is currently working on a 434 unit, plus amenities, project in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Taylor Commercial began performing as the siding and exterior trim contractor on this new construction project in January 2013 and will continue work on 13 buildings throughout the end of the year. All materials being used are James Hardie siding and trim.

The general contractor for Ramblewood Apartments is Fortune- Johnson, Inc. They are based out of Norcross, Georgia.

Welcome New Employees!

Taylor Commercial would like to extend a warm welcome to the following new employees. We are so glad to have you on the team!

Carlos McCoy- Superintendent, Renovation– started 3/11

Committed to Community

Taylor Commercial is proud to announce the 3rd quarterly visit from The LifeSouth Community Blood Bank Mobile Unit on April 8, so that employees and office park neighbors will have the opportunity to donate blood. Each year, nearly five million Americans need a blood transfusion and we feel honored to continue to participate each year and save lives with our donations.

March Madness

The 6th Annual NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Pool is underway! This event is hosted by Taylor Commercial for their customers and gives participants a chance to win an iPad and other great gifts, along with bragging rights and some friendly competition. Brackets have been chosen, the tournament continues and the results will be posted in next newsletter!

IN THIS ISSUE

Canterbury Ridge Apartments
Ripley Terrace Apartments
Ramblewood Apartments
New Employees
Committed to Community
March Madness
Employee Focus: Allison Bardin
Book Nook: The E Myth Revisited
Upcoming Events

EMPLOYEE FOCUS

Allison Bardin

As a Project Manager in Taylor Commercial’s Renovation Division, Allison Bardin is responsible for the completion of Multi-Family / Tax Credit Renovation projects. Allison works to ensure success in all aspects of a project and her involvement starts from the very beginning where she assists estimators with bidding, continuing through permitting, contracts, quality control, construction accounting, and finally close-out.

Allison began her career in Property Management at Focus Management Inc., where she moved into Construction Accounting and was then promoted to Assistant Project Manager. Directly before joining Taylor Commercial, Allison worked as an APM with Oxford Properties.

Allison grew up in Roswell, Georgia and attended Lagrange College, where she received a BA in Sociology (’96), while being a member of Kappa Delta sorority and the women’s college soccer team.

Allison lives with her husband Andy, her son Austin and their four dogs in Milton, Georgia. In her spare time, she enjoys playing in a women’s soccer league and is an avid Dawgs and Falcons fan.

Book Nook

As a part of our continuing education series this quarter, the Taylor Commercial team read “The E Myth Revisited,” a small business management guide by Michael E Gerber. From the author's website:

“The ‘E-Myth,’ or entrepreneurial myth, of the title refers to the common — and usually disastrous — assumption that a person who excels at the technical or operational work of a business will naturally succeed at running such a business. Gerber dispels the myth by showing that, in addition to being a technician, a successful business owner must be an effective manager (who excels at systematizing the company's profitable work) and entrepreneur (who has a vision for the company's future).”

upcoming events

2013 SAHMA Tennessee State Meeting and Trade Show
Embassy Suites Murfreesboro
May 21, 2013

2013 Atlanta Apartment Association Trade Show
Cobb Galleria Centre
May 15, 2013

“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.”

Vince Lombardi


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