A new Prevot Design chapel is under construction for Holy Angels in Shreveport. Integrity, Inc. was honored to be awarded the turnkey contract to raze the existing small chapel and replace it with a larger, more architecturally modern chapel. The original chapel’s beautiful stained glass windows will be reused within the new facility. The overall project was made possible by the generosity of the O’Brien family.
Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) is contracted as the glass and glazing subcontractor with Don M. Barron Contractor for the new Benton High School. AGE will provide and install interior and exterior aluminum entrances, storefronts, and curtain walls as well as provide and install the specialty fire-rated glass and glazing system manufactured by SAFTIFIRST.
Kawneer, an Arconic Company, has established a direct sell relationship with Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE). Kawneer is the leading manufacturer of architectural systems and products in North America. This relationship helps to quickly connect AGE customers to innovative, high performing building envelope solutions as well as a broad spectrum of technical expertise.
Integrity, Inc. is honored to have received multiple contract awards for various maintenance and upgrade projects from the licensee of Boomtown – Bossier City. The phased work will be ongoing into early 2018. Boomtown is presently owned by Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc., which is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Integrity, Inc. is a holder of a current non-gaming supplier permit issued by the Louisiana Gambling Control Board.
Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) was awarded a subcontract from Brown Builders, Inc. for the glass and glazing work on the new Holmes Honda car dealership in Bossier City. AGE’s scope of work for the new car dealership includes supplying and installing YKK aluminum entrances, storefronts and curtain wall systems as well as automatic doors.
A contract was awarded to Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) for the installation of a custom made, oversized piece of glass measuring 5 feet wide, 28 feet tall, and ¾ inches thick at Beaird Tower in Downtown Shreveport. The project required a full crew of glaziers and a coordinated effort with the use of a crane and special glass handling equipment to remove the broken glass and install the new piece weighing over a half ton.
Integrity, Inc. completed a two mile extension of the Arthur Ray Teague Parkway multi-use running and biking trail in Bossier City. The eight foot wide asphalt path was extended from the front of CenturyLink Center through the Red River National Wildlife Refuge to the boat launch. The $1.2 million project was funded by the Red River Waterway Commission. The project also included construction of a concrete retaining wall and a new pavilion within the Red River National Wildlife Refuge.
In 2016, CSRA opened its Integrated Technology Center located at the National Cyber Research Park in Bossier City. The new four-story facility, designed by architect, Mike McSwain, included substantial glass in its envelope, all of which was provided and installed by Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE). AGE used several YKK aluminum framing systems. Trulite supplied the insulated glass units, including custom binary code glass utilizing their digital imaging methodology for two feature wall locations.
CSRA has been acquired by General Dynamics, and they provide IT services to the Department of Defense and other similar clients.
Integrity, Inc. was recently tasked with the civil, structural and architectural upgrades on a large, aging dental clinic at Barksdale Air Force Base (BAFB) in Louisiana. Integrity, Inc. worked directly for the construction manager on the multi-phase U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ project designed by Corgan Associates, Inc. Integrity, Inc. successfully met the delivery order requirement that the clinic remain in continuous operation during the renovation work and completion of the addition.
Integrity, Inc. completed the original new clinic construction of the Lusk Eye Specialists in 2004. Approximately ten years later, Integrity, Inc. was provided the opportunity to construct a substantial facility expansion designed by Somdal Associates. As work on the expansion progressed, the existing portion of the clinic maintained the ability to continue serving patients. Today, two generations of the Lusk family ophthalmologists carry on a tradition of eye care excellence out of the South Shreveport facility.
Prevot Design Services won the AIA Shreveport Honor Award at the Annual Design Awards Banquet for the design of the Anna P. Tooke Memorial Library in Koran, LA. Mark Prevot noted, "This is a great honor for our firm. We would like to thank Heather McEntee, the Bossier Parish Library Board, the Bossier Parish Police Jury and Administration, Beast Engineering, all of our consultants, Integrity, Inc., and all who had a role in creating this building." Projects were reviewed by a Jury of Architects from the North Alabama AIA Chapter. Three projects received awards out of all submissions. The Koran Library was the only "Honor Award."
The Bossier Parish Police Jury awarded Integrity, Inc. a $1,715,000 contract for construction of a new public library in Koran. The project includes construction of a 4,000 square foot library facility and 21,000 square feet of concrete paving. The unique facility envisioned by Prevot Design Services will be a beautiful addition to the area. Construction on the 300-day project is expected to begin in February of 2014.
Fire ravaged First Baptist Church of Logansport, but it could not take away the congregation’s commitment to its mission or desire to rebuild. The Church awarded Integrity, Inc. a $2.6 million contract to build a new 18,000 square foot facility and 19,000 square feet of concrete paving. The new building will house a sanctuary and classroom space. Construction began in spring of 2013 and is expected to be completed in spring of 2014.
Radiation oncologists and medical physicists at the Willis-Knighton Cancer Center in Shreveport eagerly anticipate the opening of the Proton Therapy Center now under construction. The addition of this technology will make Willis Knighton one of a small number of cancer centers offering patients this advanced and extremely precise form of radiation therapy. Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE), a division of Integrity, Inc., will be responsible for installation of the glass curtain wall, storefront and automatic entrances at the new multi-story center.
When Dr. Donald and Mrs. Kelli Sorrells decided to begin work on a complex residential enhancement project for their stately home built in the 1930’s, they knew that it would require the right contractor to deliver envisioned results. The couple chose Integrity, Inc. to complete a series of home and backyard construction projects.
The scope of work included building a new swimming pool, a pool house, a three car garage and a new concrete driveway to the garage. A large, custom, precast block retaining wall was also constructed around the pool to address the steep drop off at the back of the house.
A second story addition featuring a new master closet and reading room was added to the existing home using materials that matched the original structure to maintain a seamless look. The house was also connected to the garage with a breezeway, and a 250 square foot deck was added to the back of the house. The end result was nothing short of magical.
Benteler Steel has partnered with Bossier Parish Community College (BPCC) to create the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technology. The training center at BPCC will initially address the instructional needs of Benteler employees. Ultimately, as the Center grows, it will provide training services for other manufacturers in the region. Construction on this exciting community project is underway with a completion goal of May 2014. Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) will install the automatic entrances, curtain wall and storefront systems for this workforce development project.
Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) recently completed several major local projects including installation of storefront, windows and automatic entrances at the Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites in Bossier City; a serpentine canopy and all glass handrail system for the BHP Billiton/Petrohawk Energy Office Complex in Shreveport; an extensive storefront system and curtain wall for the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Shreveport; and historical match aluminum windows at the GT Bishop Building in Downtown Shreveport, which is now home to Prevot Design Services and 601 Spring Event Center.
Three electric water pumps and 300 linear feet of concrete paved ditches were installed by Integrity, Inc. for the City of Bossier City. The Hickory Ridge Pump Station flood mitigation project will reduce the potential for flooding for residents by pumping water out of area ditches and into the Flat River.
To address rapid growth across Bossier Parish, voters approved a $210 million bond referendum in April 2012 to build new schools and improve existing facilities. Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE) recently installed storefront and entrance systems at W.T. Lewis Elementary in Bossier Parish. AGE will also be responsible for glass installation at Kingston Elementary in Bossier Parish in 2014.
Integrity, Inc. has completed construction on a $3,255,000 Print Facility for the Louisiana Association for the Blind. The Claiborne Avenue facility houses Shreveport-Bossier City's newest print shop, showcasing the latest in digital printing technology. Every press and bindery purchase made from Ability Printing will help them to directly employ people who are blind and will contribute to their efforts in rehabilitating people with visual disabilities.
The 29,000 square foot building designed by McNew Architecture required extensive foundation work, including many drilled concrete piers. A post-tensioned slab was provided for the pre-engineered metal building. In addition to ample production space, the building also includes a two-story office area with elevator. Concrete paving was constructed around the building, tying into existing streets and new loading docks.
Kimray, Inc. is a world class manufacturer of control equipment used extensively in oil and gas production in North America and around the globe. Kimray's line of products is used to control vessel and lead line temperatures, liquid levels inside pressurized vessels, pressure drops, and liquid and gas flow. Kimray manufactures its products in Oklahoma City, OK.
Integrity, Inc. will construct Kimray a new Sales and Service Distribution Center on Grimmett Drive in Shreveport, LA. The new facility is scheduled to be operational in late 2012.
Walton Construction - a CORE Company has selected Architectural Glass Erectors (AGE), a division of Integrity, Inc., to serve as a key subcontractor on Camp Minden's new $19 million Armed Forces Reserve Center, which is the first LANG AFRC in north Louisiana. AGE will provide and install the entire Glass and Glazing scope of work, including aluminum framed fixed windows, entrances, and a curtain wall system.
YKK AP and Oldcastle Glass will be primary material suppliers. The two-story, 90,000 square foot facility was designed by Alliance, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of KSA Engineers, Inc.
The DeSoto Parish Police Jury has awarded Integrity, Inc. a construction contract for a new T-Hangar Building at its airport in Grand Cane, LA. The new facility will be just under 16,000 square feet in size and capable of housing up to 11 private aircraft. The building will be equipped with a restroom and acclimated pilots’ lounge. Located in the heart of Haynesville Shale country, the hangar is expected to be 100% leased immediately upon completion.
ETC Interstate Procurement Company, LLC, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners, LLC, has awarded Integrity, Inc. the construction contract for a Regional Office Facility to include shop and administration areas at a new location on Viewpoint Road just north of Taylortown in South Bossier Parish. Coyle Engineering Co., Inc. will serve as Project Architect.
The contract calls for construction of a roughly 10,000 square foot building on approximately eight acres. The fenced site also includes a pipe storage yard, access road and on-site parking.
Integrity, Inc. was recognized at the Better Business Bureau's 6th Annual Torch Award Luncheon held to acknowledge the contributions of 20 businesses in the Shreveport-Bossier area. The company was honored as a nominee in the Small Business Category and was awarded a plaque in recognition of Integrity Inc.'s "Outstanding Commitment to Promoting Trust in the Marketplace."
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded Lead-Safe Certification to Integrity, Inc. This certification allows the company to conduct renovation, repairs and painting activities in target housing and child-occupied facilities as outlined by the EPA.
Louisiana Association for the Blind has awarded Integrity, Inc. the contract for reconstruction of its location at 1104 Hawn Avenue in Shreveport. Mcnew Architecture will serve as Project Architect.
The contract includes reconstruction of its existing 9,405 square foot facility as well as constructing an additional 4,949 square feet. When finished, the new pre-engineered metal building will have fresh office space and a manufacturing area.
A combination of state and federal funds will ensure that Camp Minden, located in northwest Louisiana, will continue to serve as a major training facility for U.S. soldiers. In September, 2008, officers at Camp Minden learned that the training facility had secured $23.8 million of federal funding and $4 million from the state’s Rapid Response Fund, which will assist with the construction of new facilities for the Regional Training Institute, RTI.
The long-term goal of the new RTI facilities to be built at Camp Minden is to serve the National Guard as a premier Regional Training Institute…a center of excellence for military training. Several new buildings are currently under construction. Architectural Glass Erectors Division is now under contract to provide blast mitigating glazing services for three different General Contractors on four separate buildings. The work will be on-going into 2011.
Integrity, Inc. has completed the construction of a new Legacy Elementary Classroom Wing Addition (Project #10-20A) at 4830 Swan Lake Road in Bossier City. The Newman Marchive Partnership served as Project Architect.
This Bossier Parish School Board project included construction of a 10,321 square foot classroom wing addition to the two-year-old building. The new wing mirrors existing construction which features light gauge metal framing walls, metal roof trusses, SIPS panels, and a shingle roof.
Congratulations on the opening of your new wing Legacy students!
Integrity, Inc. has completed the construction of a new Home Federal Bank Branch at 2555 Viking Drive in Bossier City. Alliance, Inc. served as Project Architects.
The contract included construction of a 1960 square foot modular bank building, completing onsite exterior finishes, concrete foundation work, and parking lot construction. The new branch opened to the public in December.