Licensed as a trustworthy, reliable General Contractor in Georgia, Alabama, and the Carolinas, Headley Construction provides award-winning general contracting, design-build, and site development services for a wide variety of markets, including commercial, industrial, educational, medical, state, municipal, retail, adaptive reuse, and historic renovation.
Based in historic downtown Newnan since our founding in 1971, we combine our expertise + financial strength to build better commercial, infrastructure, and public-private partnerships. Headley Construction has completed almost $100 million in construction projects for state and municipal governments, school systems, ownership groups, and private corporations. We’re proud to have the best in the business working with us.
BUILD BETTER COMMUNITY
Pathways Crisis Center
Coweta County, the Coweta Hospital Authority, Pathways Center, and Headley Construction partnered to build new mental health crisis stabilization units across a ten county area. Under a $5.5 million dollar partnership agreement, the hospital authority provided funding to build the Pathways Care Campus, which consists of two facilities, a 24-bed adult unit and 16-bed adolescent unit. Headley leaders completed the value engineering process to reduce overall project costs before breaking ground on this important community project in Spring 2018.
BUILD BETTER INTERSTATES
I-75 Rest Area Improvements
We're proud of our relationship with the Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) and value the opportunity to build better road trips for Georgians and out-of-state visitors. Our crew was proud to perform four rest area renovations along the I-75 corridor for Georgia's Department of Transportation. Rest areas in Monroe, Gordon and Bibb Counties closed to motorists for extensive remodeling and retrofitting by Headley Construction, including installation of ADA-compliant automatically flushing toilets and occupancy sensors for LED lighting.
BUILD BETTER EMPLOYEES
Women In Construction News
Headley leaders support the growth and success of outstanding women in the construction industry. We are delighted to congratulate Newnan City Councilwoman and Mayor Pro Tempore Cynthia Jenkins on her recent West Georgia Woman cover story about the future of Newnan. Currently serving as CEO of Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, Cynthia started her incredible career in community architecture as a drafter at Headley
through a Coweta County work-study program designed for young leaders in construction.