June 8th,2010
Local Builders Step-Up to Support Mobile-based Christian Medical Mission in Africa

Gift of $6,000 to help MedReach, Inc. construct a medical storage and staging building in Tanzania Mobile, Alabama (June 8, 2010) Every two-week mission trip to East Africa, the missionaries of the Mobile-based MedReach deliver desperately needed medical care and medicine as well as hope in Jesus to about 7,000 people in remote villages. While doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other volunteers with the Christian nonprofit treat the sick, they work hand-in-hand with another Mobile-based Christian mission, Delivering Africa, to heal souls. ¡§Our missionaries push out one hour past the hardtop and three hours from the nearest hotel into areas where people have limited access to the gospel and medical care,¡¨ said Steve Hudson, who co-directs MedReach with his wife, SL. and who serves as director of medical clinics for Delivering Africa, formerly known as Here¡¦s Life Mission Africa. ¡§Working with Delivering Africa, we spread the gospel of Jesus through film presentations, children¡¦s ministries and pastors¡¦ conferences,¡¨ he said. ¡§Usually, it is the first time these bush people have seen a doctor or heard about Jesus.¡¨ Recently, White-Spunner Construction Inc. answered a call to action to help MedReach continue as well as expand this important ministry. The Mobile-based construction company generously donated $6,000 toward the cost of constructing a $12,000 medical storage and staging building for MedReach in Arusha, Tanzania. ¡§This donation demonstrates to me the generosity of White-Spunner Construction and it demonstrates to me what is really in the heart of the company,¡¨ Hudson said. ¡§Construction is not the only thing that is important to them, but helping people all the way around the world is a priority. The company feels this is something God has called them to do.¡¨ The 1000-square foot building, which will be located on the walled grounds of Delivering Africa, will provide a permanent location to store and organize several years worth of accumulated medical supplies and camping gear. Eventually, it will also house mosquito netting and drinking water purification equipment. ¡§As the Lord provides, like he is doing to establish this medical storage and staging building, we hope to meet more health needs by installing water purification systems at each village school where we conduct clinics, and by distributing DEET-treated mosquito nets,¡¨ Hudson said. ¡§Water-borne diseases and malaria are major killers in sub-Saharan Africa. We will use this new headquarters/storage building to store these supplies, too.¡¨ For the last seven years, MedReach has been borrowing space from Delivering Africa, stacking supplies floor-to-ceiling alongside Delivering Africa¡¦s supplies, damaging each organization¡¦s materials and frustrating those who have to access them and do inventory, Hudson said. ¡§Delivering Africa has been very gracious, but our supplies are very crowded where they are now, and it is a terrible situation trying to find things,¡¨ Hudson said. More importantly, an adequate medical staging and storage building is a necessary next step toward growing MedReach¡¦s mission in Tanzania and expanding the ministry into other African countries already served by Delivering Africa, Hudson said. MedReach plans to expand its short-term medical missions to Malawi, Zambia, Rwanda, Uganda, Eastern Congo, Republic of Congo and Southern Sudan. ¡§We are going to call it our headquarters for branching out into other countries,¡¨ Hudson said. MedReach¡¦s next mission trip out of Mobile to Tanzania is June 13 - 28. Another mission trip is set for June 25 ¡V July 10, leaving from north Alabama. The new storage building will be constructed on a separate mission trip from July 14 ¡V 29. ¡§We are using volunteers as well as Africans to lay the foundation and lay blocks for the building,¡¨ Hudson said. In conjunction with White-Spunner Construction, several other area businesses have donated to the cost of the structure. Included is another local construction company and Hudson¡¦s former employer, Roberts & Willard, Inc. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other non-medical volunteers are always needed to volunteer for mission trips. Only one third of the volunteers are medical personnel. Monetary donations also are needed to help fund future mission trips, Hudson said. ¡§I would like to challenge other businesses to join us in relieving the pains of poverty and sharing the great freedom we have found in Christ with the African people,¡¨ Hudson said. ¡§White-Spunner Construction is leading the charge to further this mission. They have a heart for the African people.¡¨ White-Spunner Construction contributes annually to a variety of worthy charities, including many local Mobile-based organizations. About MedReach: „X Formed by Steve and SL Hudson of Mobile in 2001. They were part-time missionaries for many years, making their first trip to Africa in 2002. They now serve MedReach fulltime, making several Christian medical missionary trips to Tanzania each year. Working in conjunction with Delivering Africa, which supports 56 two-man Jesus Film teams in seven East African countries, they deliver the gospel of Jesus Christ. „X Provides medical care and 66 kinds of medicine to as many as 7,000 people in two remote East African villages during each two-week mission trip. „X Heads up conferences and provides Bibles and resources for hundreds of African pastors. Offers Children¡¦s ministries in conjunction with health care clinics. Provides church service and invites villagers to publicly profess their newfound faith in Jesus. „X Volunteers are needed for the 15-day hotel-based building mission in July, which includes two days accompanying Jesus Film teams to village film showings and concludes with a safari. The cost of the trip is $3,300 per person. For more information, contact MedReach, Inc. at 251-666-2539 or email MedReach@gmail.com. Picture Cutline: White-Spunner Construction Inc. recently answered a call to action to help the Mobile-based MedReach continue as well as expand its important ministry. The Mobile-based construction company generously donated $6,000 toward the cost of constructing a $12,000 medical storage and staging building for the Christian nonprofit organization in Arusha, Tanzania. Here, Jeff Carrico of White-Spunner presents the donation to MedReach co-directors Steve Hudson and his wife, SL.

May 31st,2010
Ground-Breaking at “Green” Seafood Processing Plant in Bayou La Batre

Environmental Note: Nearly $6 million plant for Gulf Coast Agricultural and Seafood Cooperative will be LEEDS registered “White-Spunner Construction Breaks Ground on “Green” Seafood Processing Plant” Standing alongside local, state and federal dignitaries, as well as seafood producers, White-Spunner Construction Inc. broke ground on Thursday on a state-of-the-art “green” seafood processing facility in Bayou La Batre, Ala for the Gulf Coast Agriculture and Seafood Cooperative (GCASC). Here, White-Spunner Construction Project Manager Seth Smith (right), stands with Don Wambles, director of the Alabama Farmers Market Authority (left), and Walton Kraver, Sr., president of the GCASC and president of Deep Sea Foods (middle). The Mobile-based construction company is building the nearly $6 million facility on 10 acres of a 95-acre site for the dehydration of crab and shrimp byproducts produced in the Bayou La Batre area. The project will be LEED-registered (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) upon completion in January 2011. The 13,000-square-foot facility will employ unprecedented, state-of-the-art “green” practices to treat the by-products of the seafood processing industry and dispose of associated waste and fumes, saving cooperative seafood processors $90,000 annually in fees to haul the waste to landfills as well as providing methods for converting the seafood byproducts into a variety of products. The pre-engineered metal structure will feature a biogas processing system with anaerobic digesters, aerobic lagoons, bio-filters, concrete and steel retention tanks, methane gas bladders, candlestick flares and wetland restorations. White-Spunner Construction leads the way in LEED-certified environmental building, consistently receiving recognition for excellence in quality, safety and as well as building “green.” “I hope people from all over the world come down here to see what we are doing,” Wambles said at the groundbreaking.

May 25th,2010
Engineering News Record Magazine ranks White-Spunner Construction among Top 400 U.S. Contractors

Recent ranking proves Mobile-based company’s continued economic viability despite economic downturn Mobile, Alabama (May 25, 2010) - Engineering News Record (ENR) magazine recently ranked White-Spunner Construction Inc. among the Top 400 U.S. Contractors. On May 17, the Mobile, AL-based general contracting, design build and construction management firm was ranked 276 on the top contractor’s list for 2010, holding steady to last year’s ranking, according to the magazine. The recognition comes on the heels of White-Spunner Construction making the list of South Central Construction (SCC) magazine’s Top 20 Contractors in the southern central United States. “The economy has been tough on all construction companies,” said WSC President, Mike Fitzgerald. “We have responded to these challenges by working harder than ever to grow and prosper and to expand our client base. This ranking once again proves our company’s continued economic viability despite a tough economy. Our stable growth and financial viability can be attributed to our hard-working team which remains committed to applying the highest standards of quality, safety and integrity to each and every project.” ENR’s 2010 Top 400 Contractor list ranks the 400 largest General Contractors by 2009 revenue. The company, which also has branch offices in Dallas, TX, Austin, TX, Gulfport, Miss. and Raleigh, N.C., generated $207 million in revenue in 2009. Last year was a tough year for an overwhelming majority of the nation’s construction companies, according to ENR. In 2009, the earlier construction boom’s cushion of large backlogs deflated for most major contractors and the reality of a long-term recession began to hit home, according to the magazine. ENR’s Top 400 Contractors had combined revenue of nearly $291 billion in 2009, down more than 14 percent from more than $338 billion in 2008, the magazine reported. Of the 374 contractors on this year’s list that also submitted surveys last year, 291, or nearly 78%, saw revenue declines in 2009 compared to 2008, according to ENR. Evidence of the economic upheaval also surfaced regionally, with the south central region’s Top 110 Contractors reporting a $1.5 billion reduction in regional revenue in 2009 than the previous year, according to data compiled by SCC Magazine. The Top 110 contractors reported $14.2 billion in revenue in 2009, compared to $15.7 billion in 2008, according to the magazine.

May 25th,2010
White-Spunner Construction Wins Contract to Build "Green" Seafood Processing Plant in Bayou La Batre

Environmental Note: Nearly $6 million plant for Gulf Coast Agricultural and Seafood Cooperative will be LEEDS Registered Mobile, Alabama (May 25, 2010) - White-Spunner Construction Inc. has been awarded the contract to build the new “green” seafood processing facility in Bayou La Batre, Ala. for the Gulf Coast Agriculture and Seafood Cooperative. The Mobile-based construction company will break ground on the nearly $6 million on Thursday (May 27). The plant is being built on 10 acres of a 95-acre site for the cooperative for the dehydration of crab and shrimp byproducts produced in the Bayou La Batre area. The project will be LEED-registered (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) upon completion in January 2011. The 13,000-square-foot facility will be a pre-engineered metal building employing state-of-the-art “green” practices to treat the by-products of the seafood processing industry and dispose of associated waste and fumes. Special structure features include a biogas processing system with anaerobic digesters, aerobic lagoons, bio-filters, concrete and steel retention tanks, methane gas bladders, candlestick flares and wetland restorations. “White-Spunner Construction is pleased to have won the award for this important ‘green’ project,” said Seth Smith, WSC Project Manager. “Our company has a proven commitment to environmental-friendly construction. This facility will offer a unique opportunity to continue that commitment by building a LEED-registered ‘green’ structure that also employs innovative ‘green’ seafood processing and waste disposal practices.” “The groundbreaking marks a great day for Bayou La Batre and the seafood industry,” said Walton Kraver, president of the Gulf Coast Agriculture and Seafood Cooperative and owner of Deep Sea Foods Inc., Jubilee Foods Inc., Malay Bay Inc. and Country Inc. During peak seafood season, the 25 southwestern Alabama cooperative members pay to have 100 cubic yards of crab and shrimp waste hauled each day to a landfill, Kraver said. The new facility will allow the cooperative to use “green” practices to covert those seafood byproducts into marketable products such as animal feed, organic fertilizer and pottery, he said. “We are taking a product that is damaging to the environment and we are treating the product in a very environmentally friendly way and transforming it into something we can sell, generating income for the industry as a whole, which consists of thousands of workers,” states Kraver. “This facility will serve the seafood industry for generations to come.” White-Spunner Construction leads the way in LEED-certified environmental building, consistently receiving recognition for excellence in quality, safety and as well as building “green.” The Mobile-based general contracting, design build and construction management company received the 2009 Excellence in Construction award for its LEED-certified headquarters in Mobile. Also in 2009, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) confirmed White-Spunner Construction’s self-built corporate headquarters meets LEED Silver certification standards. The 40,000-square-foot, two-story building has proven LEED efficiency with a 20 percent energy savings and 30 percent water savings from the company’s former business location. White-Spunner also has been lauded in Louisiana for an environmental-friendly project that is nearing completion. Phase I of The Muses, an innovative urban residential development in Historic Central City New Orleans, La. boasts 211 apartment units in two, four-story buildings. The Muses will offer residents style, convenience and the opportunity to “live green” through its LEED-Silver designation—the first property of its kind to earn this bold designation in the state of Louisiana.

May 19th,2010
WSC Awarded Construction Bid for New $37 Million Ocean Springs High School

Mobile-based construction company to break ground on 320,000 square-foot facility this month Mobile, Alabama (May 18, 2010) White-Spunner Construction Inc. was recently awarded the bid to construct the new Ocean Springs High School. The Mobile-based general contracting, build to suit, design build and construction management company will break ground on the $37.25 million, 320,000-square-foot school this month. The facility is projected to be finished within 22 months - March, 2012. The Ocean Springs School Board selected White-Spunner on April 30 as the official low and responsive bidder over a Mississippi-based construction company whose bid came in at only $100,000 more. ¡§Although White-Spunner was viewed as an out-of-state, non-resident contractor, we consider ourselves local and have many roots and strong ties to Mississippi," said Allan Gustin, WSC Project Executive. "White-Spunner Construction has worked on many construction projects on the Mississippi Gulf Coast throughout the years. Many of our staff members, including the company president and other administrative personnel, actually grew up in Mississippi with family members still residing on the MS Gulf Coast. Five key management employees of WSC tenure construction degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi's Building Science Program." "We are excited about this wonderful opportunity to provide a successful project to a new owner that has placed great trust in us to do so. This bid award is fantastic news for the entire White-Spunner Construction team as well as subcontractors and vendors that will partner with us to build the job.¡¨ Ocean Springs High School is an IB-certified public high school serving grades 9 through 12. The campus auditorium¡¦s roof collapsed during Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, but has since been rebuilt. The auditorium was the only part of the Greyhound campus affected by the hurricane, but the school¡¦s two major sections are three to four decades old. The school includes a South Campus built in the late 1960s and the early 1970s, and a North Campus building built in the late 1970s. Since then, the school has undergone many remodeling changes to accommodate various classroom needs and a growing student population. The new campus has been designed to accommodate 2,200 students and includes many exciting features, according to Chet Allred, president of Allred Architectural Group in Ocean Springs, also working with White-Spunner Construction on the project. Some of those features include: ƒ¯ A physical education gymnasium as well as a varsity performance gym that seats 1,500 people ƒ¯ A 700-seat full theater auditorium ƒ¯ State-of-the-art vocational and technical buildings ƒ¯ A 700-seat cafeteria with interior and exterior dining areas ƒ¯ A completely enclosed, safe, secure landscaped central courtyard in which students can gather. White-Spunner Construction has several ongoing projects in Mississippi including: ƒ¯ Gulfport Municipal Court House and Police Station, which serves as a first responders shelter (FEMA 361) ƒ¯ New State Public Health Laboratory in Jackson, Miss. ƒ¯ New Bay St. Louis Parking Garage ƒ¯ New Harrison County Parking Garage ƒ¯ Three new FEMA 361 Evacuation Shelters for Harrison County

May 11th,2010
White-Spunner Construction Rebuilding New Orleans’ Historic Jackson Barracks

Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Jackson Barracks is being restored through the addition of two new multi-use buildings. White-Spunner Construction is midway through its construction of a Multi-Use Complex containing two buildings at Jackson Barracks in New Orleans. A venerable military installation whose history dates to the 1830s, Jackson Barracks serves as headquarters for the Louisiana National Guard, employing approximately 11,000 people. The narrow post, which covers about 100 acres stretching from the Mississippi River, sustained severe damage during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Floodwater up to 18-feet deep devastated multiple buildings, many of which were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In December 2009, White-Spunner Construction joined the rebuilding process when it began construction of an $11.4 million Multi-Use Complex containing two buildings: Building A and Building B. Building A, measuring 41,140 square feet, contains museum and office space, a theater and workshop. Building B, with 22,800 square feet, contains offices and the post exchange where soldiers purchase food and tax-exempt merchandise. Building A ties into the existing military museum, which is housed in the 1826-era powder magazine. The museum’s historic walls include original bullet holes and the names, dates and messages that were scratched on the walls over the years by soldiers. Preserving these historic walls has been an ongoing priority for White-Spunner Construction. “They have been exceptionally sensitive to maintaining the historic nature of the military museum,” says Read Irvin, Project Manager for the Shaw Group, retained by the State of Louisiana Office of Facility Planning & Control. “During site work, White-Spunner Construction workers have closely monitored vibration with vibration testing. And each time they uncover a potential artifact, they make sure the state historic preservation office reviews the item before proceeding. We’ve had many unforeseen conditions arise, and they’ve been patient and accommodating each time,” Irvin notes. (Photo courtesy of Richard A. Choate, AIA, NCARB, Principal, SCNZ Architects, LLC) To maintain historical consistency, White-Spunner Construction used hand-made bricks from St. Joe Brickworks in Pearl River—the same brick manufacturer source for the original 1826-era armory. The firm also took extra precaution to protect the museum’s walls by driving pilings five feet away. “Jackson Barracks is an incredible architectural treasure and a staple of the community. We’re proud to have a hand in rebuilding it and spurring re-development in New Orleans,“ explains Chad Hall, Project Manager for White-Spunner Construction. Other White-Spunner Construction major building projects currently underway in the region include: • University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center – Mobile, AL • Public Health Laboratory – Jackson, MS • Gulfport Municipal Complex – Gulfport, MS

May 7th,2010
White-Spunner Construction ranks in Top 20 on list of South Central Construction Magazine's Top 110 Contractors for 2010

Mobile, Alabama (May 9, 2010) White-Spunner Construction Inc. has been ranked in the Top 20 on the list of South Central Construction Magazine’s Top 110 Contractors for 2010. The Mobile-based general contracting, design build and construction management company recently placed 19th in the listing that ranks general contractors with a permanent office in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. White-Spunner Construction, which also has branch offices in Dallas, Tx, Austin, Tx., Raleigh, N.C. and Gulfport, MS generated $180 million in regional revenue in 2009. The construction company’s financial strength also earned it top spots in the magazine’s breakout rankings that arrange contractors by state and type of construction. “We are honored and humbled to be included among the Top 20 contractors in South Central Construction Magazine’s 2010 listing,” said WSC President, Mike Fitzgerald. “We are especially thankful that we were able to improve our excellent rating from last year in spite of a tough economy. I attribute our stable growth, financial viability and zero debt to our hard-working team which remains committed to applying the highest standards of quality, safety and integrity to each and every project.” Year after year, White-Spunner consistently ranks high in SCC Magazine’s annual listings placing 33rd on the Top 110 Contractors list for 2009. But unlike construction companies that took a financial hit during the economic downturn, White-Spunner Construction has maintained an excellent financial condition through its diversity of projects and has attained an excellent rating with its bonding company. Evidence of the economic upheaval surfaced elsewhere in this year’s Top 110 Contractors ranking with the South Central region’s largest contractors reporting a $1.5 billion reduction in regional revenue in 2009 than the previous year, according to data compiled by SCC Magazine. The Top 110 reported $14.2 billion in revenue in 2009, compared to $15.7 billion in 2008, according to the magazine. In addition to making the Top 20 list, White-Spunner also stood out in several of the magazine’s top contractor breakout categories. The company: • Ranked 4th of Top 30 Alabama Contractors, with $95 million in regional revenues. • Placed 14th of the Top 80 General Building Contractors, with $154 million in regional revenue. • Ranked 19th of Top 20 Industrial Process Contractors, with $4 million in regional revenue. • Tied for 7th place on the list of Top 10 Manufacturing Contractors, with $12 million in regional revenue.

April 8th,2010
State of Mississippi Public Health Lab Building Addition

White-Spunner Construction is on schedule to complete a massive addition to the Mississippi State Department of Health by September, 2010. Awarded the project in January 2009, the Mobile-based construction firm is on schedule and under budget for completing this 80,000-square foot, 4-story concrete structure primarily built to Biosafety Level (BSL) 3 construction standards. This new construction will replace the previous lab that was aging and fundamentally obsolete. It will be used for a variety of specialty laboratory testing, including HIV, West Nile, Anthrax, and food and drink products. The cost of the project is $25 million. “The Public Health Laboratory will be an exceptional facility with leading-edge technology for the Mississippi State Department of Health. As the state’s primary health testing facility, it will serve all its citizens,” explains Charles R. Alexander AIA, Partner-in-Charge, Dale and Associates Architects. The mechanical infrastructure for the addition required an extensive amount of piping for lab gas, toxic waste, corrosive fumes, and more. White-Spunner Construction worked closely with the mechanical contractor and other trades to coordinate and facilitate completion of these complex systems. “The Project team has worked hard in collaboration and coordination of the work to keep this complicated facility on schedule to meet the State’s completion date,” says Debbie Blessé, Project Manager for White-Spunner Construction. In addition, we have successfully surmounted other challenges as well, including a tight and congested project site, weather, and complex mechanical infrastructure installation,” she continues. Other White-Spunner Construction major building projects currently underway in the region include: • Gulfport Municipal Complex – Gulfport, MS • LEED-certified, Muses Urban Apartments – New Orleans, LA • A Multi-Use Complex at Jackson Barracks – New Orleans, LA

April 8th,2010
White-Spunner Construction Leads the Way in LEED-Certified Environmental Building

The construction company with its own “green headquarters” is helping clients achieve the same. White-Spunner Construction is nearing completion on Phase I of The Muses, an innovative urban residential development in Historic Central City New Orleans, LA. Boasting 211 apartment units in two, four-story buildings, The Muses will offer residents style, convenience and the opportunity to “live green” through its LEED-Silver designation—the first property of its kind to earn this bold designation in the state of Louisiana. “The Muses is truly a model for environmental living,” explains Scott Rowe, Project Manager for White-Spunner Construction. “Whole-building energy optimization and efficient appliances mean residents will save money on utility bills. And our use of low- and no-VOC paints, sealants and adhesives will mean improved indoor air quality,” he continues. The Muses will meet LEED standards by incorporating the following amenities/features: • Infill development with existing infrastructure on previously developed land near public transit • Compact density and reduced parking with permeable paving • Whole-building energy optimization and efficient appliances • Low- and no-VOC paints, sealants and adhesives • Direct outside venting of kitchens and bathrooms, highest-rated air filters But as The Muses proves, living green doesn’t mean living without. Residents will enjoy every modern convenience, including an on-site fitness center, two community rooms, private parking, two playgrounds, two grilling areas and wireless Internet access throughout. Replacing 4.8 acres of vacant land with new construction, The Muses will be built in two phases. Phase I will be completed by September 2010 at a cost of $25.7 million. At build-out, The Muses will consist of 263 apartments, 28 condominiums and 4,000-square feet of commercial space. “White-Spunner Construction has a proven commitment to environmentally-friendly construction. They have assisted our designers with innovative solutions throughout the project to ensure The Muses earns its LEED designation. We couldn’t be more pleased,” says Kathy Laborde, President Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, Owner/Developer.

April 5th,2010
Gulfport Municipal Complex Latest Project by WSC

Mobile, Alabama (April 5, 2010) – White-Spunner Construction is fast approaching completion of the Gulfport Municipal Complex in Gulfport, MS, just 17 months after ground breaking. The 78,690-square foot, 3-story public safety building features a structural steel frame with architectural precast exterior walls. The $22-million project is expected to be complete by October 2010. The building will house municipal courtrooms and the police headquarters for the City of Gulfport, MS. It is designed to meet stringent 200-mph wind requirements, comply with FEMA 361 requirements, and serve as a first responder’s shelter in the event of a hurricane. The innovative structure is also self-supporting in the event of power failure. Its sewer service, climate control system and electrical system will continue to function independently for up to 36 hours. “With this project, we’ve continued to expand our skills as a contractor who can find innovative solutions on the spot,” explains White-Spunner Construction Project Manager, Rodney Glessner. “We’d already begun construction when it was determined the specified windows needed to be upgraded to the current FEMA 361 standards for exterior windows. The window opening was re-designed and tested to meet the current standards for impact resistance, air and water intrusion. We were able to complete and implement the design with minimal impact to the project schedule,” he says. Glessner highlights constant communication as key in overcoming the challenge. “White-Spunner Construction’s policy to hold bi-weekly meetings among the architect, owner and contractor to review project issues was pivotal,” he adds. Crews also managed tight construction restraints for lay-down and staging areas, due to the project’s location on one city block with adjacent congested thoroughfares. “I’ve been very pleased with White-Spunner’s commitment to this project. They’re always available when I have a question, and they treat each challenge as an opportunity to make the project better,” notes Gulfport Program Manager, Robyn Eastman, of Broaddus & Associates. “In my 33 years managing construction projects, I have never met a more responsive contractor. I sincerely hope to work with them again,” he says. Other White-Spunner Construction major building projects currently underway in the region include: • University of South Alabama Student Recreation Center – Mobile, AL • State of Mississippi Public Health Laboratory – Jackson, MS • The Muses Urban Residential Development – New Orleans, LA