Working with the client to determine the “do-ability” of the project and which of the many options available, from turn-key package purchase through leasing, meets their unique requirements.
Finding and securing the right site is as important as the building itself. The site selected should accommodate the client’s needs - both now and in the future.
Value planning is budgeting a cost-effective facility to meet the client’s needs within a realistic financial framework.
Efficient energy management through state-of-the-art technology and a common sense eye on tomorrow - a necessity, a key to survival.
Design and engineering calls upon the insightful expertise of professionals who cause a concept to become a cost-effective reality.
Scheduling, anticipating, programming the project.
An experienced, full-time superintendent is assigned to each project to coordinate, schedule and supervise all subcontractors and manage the entire construction process.
For the first time in decades, all of Food City's corporate-level employees are under one roof, in a sleek, bright, shiny building nestled in the historic district of downtown Abingdon.Read More
“The ACMA Mountain Music Museum officially opened its doors on Tuesday, November 12 with some old-time music, provided by ETSU Bluegrass Band, and a Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by locals, media, city officials, and other community organizations. So stop on by and check out the great exhibits about mountain music, enjoy an evening of traditional music on Monday nights at the Pickin' Porch upstairs, and look forward to the radio station that will soon be broadcasting out of the front window!” -Believe in BristolRead More
J. A. Street & Associates, Inc is proud to announce that on December 27, 2013, the Sprint Call Center in Blountville, TN was awarded LEED Certified status through the U. S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Read More