PPI executed the Metal Stud Framing, ACT, and Drywall portion of aforementioned contract. The VMIF/UMA at Fort Benning, Georgia was an $85,000,000 project. This project received an outstanding rating from USACE, in part due to the excellent work and schedule maintenance of PPI. Due to heavy rainfall during the two years of execution, this project faced many challenges including schedule slippage that required constant recovery efforts. In all, the 140 acre development received 14’+ of rain. PPI consistently demonstrated a “can do” attitude and worked around the clock to mitigate the impacts to our schedule. Tetra Tech-Tesoro was contracted to build a total of 15 buildings equaling a half million square feet with offices, classrooms and maintenance areas for the US Army. PPI’s quality and quantity of work were demonstrative of an institution that came in ready to work and succeed, staring down adversity with “common sense” and teamwork approach. It cannot be overstated that PPI is an outstanding Dry Wall Contractor of the highest standards and ethic and I would jump at the opportunity to work with them again.
Tetra Tech-Tesoro Dearl L. Tate April 11, 2014
would like to take this opportunity to commend Principle Partners, Inc. for the drywall work performed at the VMIF project at Fort Benning. There were times during the course of this project drywall was delayed by the work of other trades. Your field management team worked outside the box to get the job done by bringing in more skilled labor when needed, working extra hours and odd shifts, to keep the project on schedule. They demonstrated a willingness to work with and around other contractors, even when it put their own work behind. I appreciate your company’s professionalism, work ethic and quality performance and being part of this project team. I will gladly recommend your company to others in the future.
Carothers Construction, Inc. Eddie Harrison April 11, 2014
Principle Partners, Inc. has been contracted to perform metal stud framing, exterior sheathing, interior drywall and ACT ceiling for the University of Georgia - Griffin Student Learning Center. The GFRC cornice (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) installation has added to their contract after the initial contract award. It was through PPI’s cooperation and resolve that enable the GFRC to be installed at all. They worked tirelessly with our team to ensure this product installed correctly and with as little schedule interruption as possible. This was quite a feat considering that the product was delivered 9 months late for a 13 month construction schedule. Principle Partners commitment to a successful project has been unwavering through out the entire project. They have responded quickly and professional to the numerous design modifications. They have been proactive with this project’s quality control and safety program. Their presence on this project has been an asset.
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Tina L. Kinser April 15, 2014
"It is always very difficult for a General Contractor to take a project in a new area where all the subcontractors are unknown. Osborne Company believes that Principle Partners was one of the few subcontractors on this project that performed their work with a minimum of direction, constructed excellent quality for the in place work and were very professional to deal with. My personal interaction with you, Stephen II and Korey on the project went extremely well. Principle Partners did everything that Osborne asked them to do with a great attitude and were willing to help us push the expedited project schedule towards its on-time delivery. Please feel free to have any prospective clients call either myself or Ted Johnson and we will be pleased to relate your success story on the WT Admin Facility Project. Osborne Company looks forward to continued work in the future with Principle Partners."
Osborne Company, Inc. Charles T Murphy, LEED AP Senior Project Manager April 15, 2014
I wanted to take a minute to thank Principal Partners Inc. for their performance on the Corner Market project This project had several hurdles including (but not limited to) 10 different buildings being erected at the same time, the architect being “released from further duties” part way through the project, a very particular Owner, and a tight schedule. PPI stayed on top of their work, met their schedule, and went out of their way to work though the hurdles of the project. They remained solution oriented and continued through issues as opposed to allowing them to become roadblocks. Corey Schroeder, the field superintendent, provided invaluable help to Hogan’s field personnel and was excellent to work with. We ended up with a quality product that was on time. This would not have been possible without the help of PPI. Thank you very much for you efforts. We look forward to working with you again soon.
Hogan Construction Group, LLC. David Martin May 01, 2014
Principle Partners, Inc. (PPI’s) was contracted by Austin-PRAD initially to perform all the exterior light gauge metal framing and sheathing on the Consolidated Rental Car Facility at Hartsfield/Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Due to their stellar performance on this phase, their scope was increased to include the interior drywall, fiber reinforced panels, doors, door frames, and hardware. The quality of their product far exceeds the standard which I have been accustomed to in the Atlanta market for the past 25 years. PPI’s attention to detail and solving design conflicts has been a major benefit to the owner in saving both time and cost. They have been equally proactive with their safety program in minimizing exposure to the OCIP. Principle Partners, Inc. involvement has gone a long way toward ensuring the success of this project. Personally I look forward to having future opportunities to work with a firm of this caliber. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.
HACM Steven M. Schlundt May 01, 2014
Principle Partners, Inc. has been employed to perform the exterior skin and interior finishes at the CONRAC (Consolidated Car Rental) Facility at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Internatial Airport. Through cooperation and diligence they have successfully managed their scope of work for this project in time and in budget. Their employees, from the management to the laborers have shown the utmost in quality, safety and teamwork. Attention to safety has kept workers free from accidents and injuries. I would consider them for any future endeavors and unreservedly recommend them for another project of any scope.
Austin Commercial Ralph Cook May 01, 2014

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