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JUL-SEP 2017

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9 JUL-SEP 2017 AL CONSTRUCTION NEWS Burr & Forman's newly elevated Mobile office managing partner. "Matt's experience as general counsel in the industry further adds to our ability to effectively add value to our clients' business operations and serve as trusted legal advisors." Griffith is a member of the American Bar Association's Corporate Counsel Section, the Mobile Bar Association and the Alabama State Bar. He earned his undergraduate degree from Auburn University and his law degree from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. BUILDING ALABAMA | PROJECTS BURR & FORMAN LLP HAS ANNOUNCED THE ADDITION OF Mobile-based counsel Matthew R. Griffith to the firm's Construction Practice. Griffith joins Burr & Forman after having previously served as general counsel for one of the largest privately held architecture and engineering firms in Alabama. He brings experience in managing claims and litigation matters, along with corporate ethics and compliance and enterprise risk management. "As our clients benefit from the Southeast's booming construction industry, we are responding to their needs by adding strength to our practice like Matt," said Doug Anderson, Burr & Forman Expands Mobile Office with Addition of Construction Counsel RETREAT. REGROUP. RELAX. Reload. SELWOOD FARM 706 Selwood Road Alpi ne, AL 35014 800.522.0403 selwoodfarm.com Griffin Electric Assists Huntsville Utilities on New Southeast Water Treatment Plant NEARLY A YEAR AHEAD OF SCHEDULE, HUNTSVILLE UTILITIES recently completed its brand new Southeast Water Treatment Plant along Guntersville Lake in Grant, Alabama. Located across more than 250-acres, the treatment plant allows for a 96 million gallon-per-day total build-out capacity. In addition to the main water treatment plant, other major aspects of the project included construction of a raw water intake structure, three pump stations, 42-inch raw water main, conventional mixing, flocculation and filtration facilities, elevated backwash water storage tank and a 48-inch finished water main. Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. wired all electrical, standby power, security, instrumentation and control facilities on site. Led by Calvin Mize, region manager, the Alabama Griffin team installed over four miles of 15 kV primary and communications ductbanks, cabling and fiber between the main plant and the raw water intake facility. The plant is powered by two 1200 amp 15 kV, one 2000 amp kV and one 1200 amp 5 kV metal-clad lineups, as well as a 2 megawatt backup generator. Brasfield & Gorrie was the general contractor assigned to the project, working directly with Tetra Tech, Inc. of Huntsville, which served as both architect and electrical engineer.

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