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Florida Capital Dome replacement COMPLETED

Tallahassee’s most photographed landmark, the Old Capitol Building, originallycapitol bldg constructed in 1845 and backdrop to countless governor’s inaugurations, marches and political campaigns receives its first copper dome and cupola facelift in over 110 years. The $700,000 improvements re-skinned the dome and cupola roofs with copper and provided protective coatings to the ornate structure to alleviate many water leaks damaging the interior of the building. The spectacular scaffolding structure encapsulating the structure was required to reach all areas of the dome and cupola in a safe and secure manner. More Photos

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Tallahassee Memorial Cancer Center

Childers Construction teamed with another construction firm to provide construction management services for the new 54,412 square-foot Cancer Center located in Tallahassee, Florida. As a single treatment location for services that were previously housed in separate facilities, this new Cancer Center houses state-of-the-art technology including the Novalis Tx radiosurgery system (one of only 50 in the world), new furnishings and a healing garden, with pathways and outdoor seating that provide a place of rest, relief and comfort for the patients and their families.

The Cancer Center achieved Silver LEED certification through sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. More Photos

TMH Cancer Center


MEDICAL OFFICES Childers Construction has a long history of providing affordable, multi-phased construction services for busy medical offices. State of the Art facilities provided to clients on time, within budget and with great customer satisfaction. Please call for local references.

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PRIVATE RESIDENCES Childers Construction Co. recently completed Construction Management services for a 24,086 sf private residence at Pinckney Hill Plantation in Monticello, Florida. The structure was built using traditional construction methods from concrete foundations, wood framing and brick masonry to more modern products like composite slate roofing, polystyrene foam insulation and water source heat pumps for air conditioning. The finishes include millwork, cabinetry and flooring made from river recovered heart pine, curly pine and birds eye cypress as well as new yellow pine cut from the plantations own property. The residence is composed of 10 bedrooms, 12 full baths and 4 half baths, a media room, a technology room, a gun and lodge room, an outdoor kitchen as well as a 20’ x 60’ lap pool and spa. More Photos

Pinckney Hill Plantation