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Saturday May 23rd, 2015 1:53AM

Toccoa firm chosen for Cartersville school renovation

By Staff
TOCCOA - Bartow County Schools has awarded Bowen & Watson, Inc. of Toccoa a 12,429 square foot interior remodel of the Bartow County College and Career Academy.

The College and Career Academy opened in August 2013 and is housed at the Old Cass High School on Grassdale Road in Cartersville. Bowen & Watson's scope of work includes renovating to provide four new areas:

-Physical Medicine
-Public Safety
-Student Activity
-Science Laboratory

The project is scheduled for completion in July and the facility will remain occupied and operational during construction without interruption.

This will mark Bowen & Watson's 2nd project for the Bartow County School System in as many years. Emerson Elementary School, a new 88,000 square foot, $12.8 million dollar facility is currently being constructed by Bowen & Watson in Emerson, Georgia.

"We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with the Bartow County School system, the design professionals at Southern A&E and the Bartow County community and are excited to partner on another outstanding project." said Bowen & Watson President Keith Watson.


*********About Bowen & Watson************
Bowen & Watson, Inc. is an award-winning, full-service commercial contractor with a diverse portfolio of work experience and expertise in facility planning, preconstruction, construction management and general contracting. We specialize in K-12 school building programs that include both new site development and often highly complex renovation and addition projects. Family-owned and based in Toccoa since 1956, Bowen & Watson has firmly established itself as an industry leader in Georgia. Today, two generations of family members are actively involved in the company's operations. Learn more at www.bowen-watson.com.

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