Rawlins Mechanical collaborates, coordinates for Clayton State science building project

Rawlins Mechanical collaborates, coordinates for Clayton State science building project

Some challenges, which were overcome, were typical of educational facility work, such as: Working around the campus’ work schedule and school schedule. One major shut-down for the gas for the tie-in to the new building. Working with Chemdrain piping for the chemistry lab. 

MORROW, GA. — For many builders working in the public sector, budgets over the last decade have been moving targets. Case in point, the new 64,000-sq.ft. science and technology building at Clayton State University.

 

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