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Posts Tagged ‘builders’

Happy New Year!

Posted by R&W on January 6th, 2017 in News

Happy New Year! We are excited for what’s ahead of Rogers & Willard, Inc. in this New Year of 2017.  We have many new and upcoming projects, and here is a look back at a few of our completed projects for 2016!

St. Michael’s Catholic High School Daphne, AL
St. Francis Church Mobile, AL
Gunther Kia Daphne, AL
Evonik’s Employee Activity Center Mobile, AL
Alvin’s Island Orange Beach, AL
Petco Biloxi, MS
Infiniti of Mobile Mobile,

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Main Street Mobile

Posted by phuthin on August 15th, 2016 in News

We love our city in Mobile, Alabama. We’re proud of our local spirit. We love our lunch hour at the café, a spirited ball game, our 9 to 5 work days, and our 40 minute drives to the beach. And we’re a group of festive people that embrace positive change. One of those positive changes has been the facelift that has happened to our Downtown Mobile over the last ten years. There are many responsible parties but only

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New Projects: Mellow Mushroom

Posted by phuthin on July 29th, 2016 in News

We announced in our July newsletter that Rogers & Willard is building the newest location of Mobile’s favorite pizza restaurant, Mellow Mushroom. The building will be located at the corner of Schillinger Road and Cottage Hill Road. We wanted to give you additional information today on this unique franchise by sharing more information with you about the standards in which Mellow Mushroom operates. The franchise parallels Rogers & Willard’s commitment to being eco-friendly in all ways

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Serda’s in Daphne, Alabama

Posted by phuthin on July 13th, 2016 in News

There’s a new development and construction underway in Daphne, Alabama; located directly across from the Jubilee Center. The retail space will be home to the newest location of Mobile’s favorite downtown coffee shop, Serda’s. Roger’s & Willard is the building company contracted for the construction and are excited to reach once again into Baldwin County. To learn more about why Mobile loves John Serda and his coffee house, please watch this video.  You will see how easy

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Rebuilding Alabama

Posted by phuthin on June 25th, 2016 in News

Earlier this month, Roger’s & Willard was featured in the Alabama Heritage Magazine for their restorative work done on the First-United Methodist Church in Cullman, Alabama. Throughout the state, there have been many more restorations and brand new buildings coming to life after the tornadic episode that left a trail of debris behind. While we were not a part of these builds, we love our state and are proud of the construction efforts that bring these

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Alabama Heritage Magazine Feature

Posted by phuthin on June 11th, 2016 in News

In June 2016, the restoration project of the First-United Methodist Church in Cullman, Alabama was featured in Alabama Heritage Magazine. Rogers & Willard began restoring the church after the church suffered catastrophic damages from the April 2011tornado outbreak that swept across the southern states, leaving a trail of great ruin. The stunning transformation can be in the before and after photos, click here. The story printed in Alabama Heritage Magazine is well written and well worth

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Staples Pake Building Renovation

Posted by phuthin on May 29th, 2016 in News

faas The Staples Pake Building on Royal Street in Downtown Mobile will see a complete renovation, interior and exterior. This renovation coincides with our previous blog detailing the renovation of the former Delchamps warehouse into an upscale apartment complex called Meridian at the Port. The renovation of The Staple Pake building is said to be one where community can live and shop there. In about a year, it will be

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Meridian at The Port, Mobile Ala.

Posted by phuthin on May 10th, 2016 in News

rwr3 Over the past month, local news outlets have spoken withPresident of Rogers & Willard, Mike Rogers, about downtown’s latest community living development, Meridian at the Port. The apartment complex will be located on Water Street where the former Delchamps warehouse is currently located. The development will be built on an unusually large, 4-acre lot. Water Street will see a much needed, pedestrian friendly transformation later this year, a plan

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Bridging the Gap

Posted by phuthin on April 25th, 2016 in News

Mobile and Baldwin Counties have been hearing a lot of chatter over the past year about the Mobile Bridge Project, a proposed bridge meant to ease I-10 traffic flow over the Mobile River and Bayway. The project that is still in the engineering design and environmental phase, is said to begin polling citizens this month to collect data on if the bridge should be a toll bridge, and if so, at what cost. To provide a better

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Little Boxes Made of Ticky Tacky

Posted by phuthin on April 9th, 2016 in News

We continue to be inspired by the buildings and people of our world who live and work in them. In our appreciation of how all things are built, and our historical hometown of Mobile, Alabama, we take a look at the tiny space. While most of us are trying to construct buildings big enough to hold many people, some are finding the tiniest way possible to live their daily lives. Take for instance, this 196 sq.

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