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Gas South Arena

Gas South Arena Expansion & Tenant Improvement

The Infinite Energy Center project was a significant building expansion and renovation, now known as Gas South Arena. Martin Concrete Construction led this substantial endeavor with Holder Construction and other subcontractors.

Project Highlights

Construction Details: The renovation involved the creation of foundations, numerous cast-in-place (CIP) staircases, 123,129 sq ft of slab on grade, CIP walls, and an added 33,560 sq ft of slab on the metal deck. The team also refurbished a lake bridge.
Cooperation with Other Contractors: The project showcased effective collaboration between Martin Concrete Construction and multiple subcontractors.
Operational Challenges: A significant challenge was the arena remaining functional during renovations. Decisive planning ensured work was scheduled around events and blackout days.
Design Challenges: Martin Concrete ensured a cohesive result by making field adjustments to align new construction with the existing structure.
Engineering Challenges: Constructing bridge foundations and columns for the ballroom terrace in an existing pond required innovative crane access solutions
Despite the hurdles, the expansion of Gas South Arena stands as a testament to the team’s resolve and expertise.


150,000 SF


Duluth, GA

General Contractor:

Holder Construction

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