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Celebrating 70 Years with the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce

Headley Construction congratulates the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce on 70 years of serving our local business community. Our company is a longtime member and supporter of the work done by the Chamber on behalf of businesses who turn to its leadership for advocacy, access, networking, education and economic expertise. A terrific night was had by all. What a celebration! 

 

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber is the largest business organization in Coweta County, serving over 600 member companies. Learn more here.

Young Leadership Program @ AGC Georgia

Headley Construction always has jobs for highly skilled construction professionals.

Both the construction industry in Georgia and AGC Georgia prosper as a result of strong leaders. It is imperative for the next generation of construction leaders to properly prepare themselves for the challenges and new opportunities that lie ahead. With this in mind, members and industry leaders consider the Chapter’s Young Leadership Program (YLP) one of the most valuable and important services offered by AGC. We've been a member for decades.

Complete the Young Leadership Program application form online here and make an investment in your future and the future of Georgia’s commercial construction industry.

Main Street Newnan, the City of Homes

Headley Construction was founded in an historic community unlike any other and we're proud to call Newnan, Georgia our home. The buildings built in Newnan's downtown square during the late 1800s, including our headquarters, stand as a reminder of the City of Homes' unique history as Georgia's best architectural and cultural gem.

 

Anna Williams with Main Street Newnan explains it best. "Newnan’s historic downtown provides current citizens, old families and newcomers alike, with a tangible link to the past through its physical structures. Newnan’s historic districts give our community a distinct character and foster a sense of place for those who are visiting as well as those who are lucky enough to live among such rich history."