Carolina Beach, NC – On Wednesday, September 14th Mark Loudermilk Architecture, the Paradise Cove HOA, Brawley, and the Town of Carolina Beach held a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the start of construction of the Paradise Cove Condominium building. In April 2021, a fire ripped through Paradise Cove that destroyed 12 homes and left three people to jump from the second and third stories in order to get to safety. Others had to go to the hospital for minor injuries.
Stan Dreibelbis, a resident of Paradise Cove, had no idea what he was going to come home to.
“Every homeowner in the complex lost everything. It burnt completely to the ground,” he said.
Now 17 months later, Mark Loudermilk Architecture and Brawley have been working hard to bring people back to the place they once called home. Speakers at the event included architect Mark Loudermilk, Paradise Cove HOA board members, and mayor of Carolina Beach, Lynn Barbee. When complete the new construction building will be a 3 story, wood framed, R-2 condominiums with 12 units in total.
Biloxi, Mississippi – Brawley’s ICT team was recently awarded a seat on a $5,000,000 contract for the next 5 years at Keesler Air Force Base to provide both design and build services to install and test fiber optic cable to include any necessary boring, trenching, ducting, hand hole, and man holes throughout Keesler AFB. Brawley’s extensive past performance providing outside plant fiber infrastructure for the US Air Force across the nation played a critical part in our ability to win a seat in this strategic geography for our Federal team. We have begun work on our first project at the base and look forward to many successful ones moving forward!