Alabama

Albama The Beautifulâ„¢! From the rolling hills of the Appalachian piedmont region to the sandy coast of the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama has much to offer in the way of scenery. Alabama is also home to industry, agriculture, and transportation. The Port of Mobile is the 9th largest in the nation and railroads connect the state to Southeastern hubs like Atlanta and Memphis. Our Montgomery location is positioned perfectly to service industrial facilities across the state. Learn more below about the Alabama cities we provide mechanical contracting services to.

Montgomery, AL

Situated on the Alabama River, Montgomery was one of Alabama’s first cities. Its location at the intersection of I-85 and I-65 make it the perfect spot for the state’s capital and it’s a big reason why we have an office here.

Georgia

We are proud to call Georgia our home! This state is truly amazing and dynamic. You’ll find the business airport in the world in this state and industry everywhere you look. Our highly-trained mechanical contractors lead projects all over the state. From the historic coastal city of Savannah, to the capital city of Atlanta, and in our own backyard of LaGrange, we go everywhere in this state.

Click “learn more” under each city below to learn how Midsouth Mechanical Contracting works in each location to meet their individual mechanical contracting needs.

Atlanta, GA

A-town. Hotlanta. Whatever you call it, Atlanta is known for its rich history, sports teams, and of course, Southern hospitality. It’s home to the world’s largest airport and a diverse and thriving industrial presence.

Augusta, GA

Not just home to an iconic golf tournament, Augusta is a fantastic place to live and work with its thriving economy and quaint neighborhoods. Head east out of Atlanta on I-20 and you’ll be here in no time.

Carrollton, GA

Carrollton is a thriving hub of activity situated on the border of Alabama and Georgia. Known as a commercial center, this city is home to one of the state’s largest universities.

Dalton, GA

Known internationally as “The Carpet Capital of the World”, Dalton, Georgia has long been a manufacturing-focused city. With plenty of economic opportunity, it’s no surprise so many Georgians call this city home.

Dublin, GA

Easily the best place to spend Saint Patrick’s Day in the Southeast. Dublin is known for green beer and opportunity. Learn more about our work in this East Georgia city.

Griffin, GA

Located in Spalding County, this Georgia city is known as “The Iris City” for its expansive, blooming landscape. Officially part of the Atlanta Metro Area, Griffin is expected to see major growth over the next ten years.

LaGrange, GA

Possibly Georgia’s best-kept secret, a welcoming business climate and modern infrastructure with an affordable cost of living. Only an hour away from the state’s capital. Welcome to the city we call home.

Macon, GA

Georgia’s 4th largest city located in the middle of the state in Bibb County. A bustling downtown, easy access to major US interstates, a port, and an airport make this city the perfect place to run a business from.

McDonough, GA

One of Georgia’s oldest cities with roots back in the early 19th century. The city was once a commercial center for stagecoaches and then the railroad. Now it’s a vibrant community of almost 30,000.

Rome, GA

Northwest Georgia’s largest city is nestled in the Appalachian foothills near the confluence of two rivers. Rome is home to one of the state’s oldest colleges, Shorter College, which was founded in 1873.

Savannah, GA

This port city on Georgia’s coast is a popular charming weekend getaway, a bustling seaport, and an aviation hub. Savannah truly has something for everyone.

Statesboro, GA

Once the center of a sprawling “Tabacco Belt”, Statesboro is better known these days for modern manufacturing and as an industrial hub in southeast Georgia.

Tennessee

Fun fact, Tennesee is tied with Missouri for the state that borders the most states. Tenessee borders eight other states! The state spans 432 miles from east to west crossing two time zones. Best known for Nashville, the “Birthplace of Country Music”, the state is also home to popular cities like Chattanooga, Memphis, and Knoxville.

While the state has its roots in an agrarian economy, it has evolved into a state with a highly diverse economy. Our mechanical contracting work in Tennessee primarily centers on the automotive manufacturing, healthcare, and power industries. Our teams offer a wide variety of mechanical contracting services throughout the Southeast including Tennesee.

Chattanooga, TN

Surrounded by mountains and rivers, Chattanooga is the place to find scenic views and fresh air. This Tennessee city also caught the eye of the German automaker, Volkswagen, back in 2011.

South Carolina

Greenville, SC

Greenville, SC is our second home to our second corporate office where a large team of mechanical contractors is based. Greenville is a city with a lot to offer. The economy is robust and living is easy.