Mobile-based construction firm is replacing windows on Alabama’s second tallest building Mobile, Alabama (August 27, 2010) White-Spunner Construction is helping to give the second tallest building in Alabama a dramatic facelift. The Mobile-based general contracting, design build and construction management company is replacing all the windows in the 34-story RSA-Bank Trust Building as part of the structure’s overall transformation. Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA), which owns the landmark structure, awarded White Spunner Construction a bid for $2,447,747 to replace outdated windows with longer, more modern versions featuring a blue mirror tint. Like the neighboring Battle House, the structure - formerly known as the GM building and the AmSouth building - will display a colorful light show on the building at night. Windows are being replaced from the seventh floor to the 34th floor, which is home to the renowned Bienville Club. The bottom six floors of the structure, located at 107 St. Francis Street, consist of the parking garage and do not need window replacements. White-Spunner Construction began work on the project March 15 and the job is slated for completion August 2011. “White-Spunner Construction is carefully working around the building’s 40 tenants, making sure not to interrupt their workday,” said Judson Chason, project manager for White Spunner Construction. “We are very excited about playing a role in providing a fresh new look to this Mobile landmark.”