Maxus Construction recently broke ground for KidsStreet in Pelham. The clinic is due to open in October. Read more about the KidsStreet Urgent Care at Shelby County Reporter here.
Maxus Construction was proud to field a BBQ team for the 2017 Shelby County Shindig. The Shelby County Shindig is a Fundraising Event for The Shelby County Arts Council and the South Shelby Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Funds. Sponsors will get a great return on their dollars invested in our event!
Maxus Construction recently broke ground on the new Athens Health and Rehabilitation’s Restore Therapy Pavilion. The 12,000 square foot addition will include 11 new private rooms, 2 semi-private rooms, renovation of 21 private rooms, new therapy gym, 2 dining areas, living areas and a nursing station.
After recent storms and very strong winds the flag was destroyed along with the rope on our flag pole. Thanks to Sunbelt Rentals who provided us a lift at no cost and Tommy Jones of Maxus Construction for arranging the lift for our new flag. Mrs. Frances Sims a resident at Madison Village heard that… Read more »
Maxus Construction recently completed a renovation of a 106 room assisted living facility in Hoover, AL. Renovation included conversion of 22 rooms to Memory Care and an expansive lobby and courtyard addition.
Maxus Construction recently completed the 9,600 square foot Alabaster Landing. The project is located adjacent to Shelby Baptist Medical Center and consist of two adjacent buildings. Click for more information on Alabaster Landing.
Maxus Construction launches a new responsive website. The new website is designed to feature the caliber and work of the Birmingham based construction firm. Formed in 1986, Maxus Construction has placed increased focus on their brand and having a marquee web presence is part of that focus. The responsive site is maximized for desktop, tablet or mobile device.… Read more »
New pedestrian bridge installed at BCS in time for first home football game. Improves pedestrian safety especially during games.
Aspire at Cahaba River completed in the Patchwork Farms development.