We recently began repairs to the eagle enclosure at the Chattanooga Arboretum & Nature Center, as well as a new enclosure for two sandhill cranes. Nooga.com shares some perspective on this partnership.
Collier Construction was recognized with a Green Light Award from the East Tennessee Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council for its work on The Crash Pad.
Check out this energy-efficient home in South Pittsburg, TN as it was featured in the January 2013 edition of Chatter.
This article from Nooga.com sheds light on employment in the construction industry. Ethan Collier, president and CEO of Collier Construction, is featured as an expert on the topic.
Ethan Collier was recognized as Home Builder of the Year for 2012 by the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga.
Collier Construction's unique take on volunteerism was featured in the Summer 2012 edition of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce's Business Trend magazine. Click the link above to download the PDF, which outlines our volunteer policy and ways we give back as a team, on pages 14 and 16.
Learn more about this interesting home—which will feature a storefront space—currently under construction on Main Street.
Collier Construction partnered with the Chattanooga Zoo to bring camel rides to visitors. Click the link below to learn more.
Collier Construction is the latest business to migrate south. “Starting about four years ago, we found ourselves really connecting well with the Main Street community,” Ethan Collier, president and CEO of Collier Construction, said. “We wanted to get closer to the people we are fond of. We’ve done a lot of work on Signal and that area has been good for us, but as far as working in the community, we wanted to be with people of like mind.”
Builder Collier Construction along with architects Blythe Bailey with Riverstreet Architecture and Thomas Palmer from PDE all came together to create the hostel.
Collier Construction, Steve Birger Construction, Adamson Developers and Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise announced their commitment to have 100% of all new residential construction projects certified by the Better Built program.
Business Trend Featured Collier Construction in the Spring 2011 Issue. (PDF Download)
The Institute for Sustainable Practice presented Collier Construction an award for Sustainable Excellence by Design at the fourth annual Lipscomb Green Business Summit in Nashville on Friday.
When Ethan Collier started his first construction job years ago, he asked his boss what he’d have to do to move into that post.
Collier's goal when he started his business a decade ago was to "build better," he said. It wasn't until after several years of building energy-efficient dwellings that he realized he was also helping the environment by cutting back on utility costs through creating homes with more insulation and natural lighting.
* Best part of the job: "Working with people on the front end of projects to help them get from the point where they're thinking and planning and dreaming about a new home or an addition or remodel, working through the details on the front end to make that possible."
Ethan Collier, owner of Collier Construction, said the goal at his booth will be to help steer people in the right direction. He hopes to use the expo as an opportunity to meet area residents and answer questions about their remodeling plans.
In an effort to recognize the city’s up-and-coming talent, the Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga honored professionals, businesses, artists and entrepreneurs in its fourth annual awards celebration.
Hamilton Brock has been chosen as the chief operating officer of Collier Construction. Mr. Brock will oversee the day-to-day operations of Collier.
For six months, commuters traveling the Veterans Bridge into downtown have followed the progress of Kevin Hix and wife Jennifer Caruthers as they added a second floor to their home at the corner of Barton Avenue and Crewdson Street.
For many, the mention of an ecofriendly home brings to mind an expensive structure covered in solar panels with a couple of wind turbines in the backyard. But architect Trey Wheeler, vice president of TWH Architects, and Ethan Collier, president and CEO of Collier Construction, set out to prove a green home can be built with ordinary construction materials and at an affordable price for the average homeowner.
Winter often reminds me of how poorly many homes are built. With cold chills sweeping under doors and drafts coming through the thin walls, the heat is just seeping out. For those who live in sturdily built, well-insulated houses, count yourself lucky.
The Trey Wheeler residence on Signal Mountain was recently completed by Collier Construction. The home will be featured today in a discussion on the new standards of energy efficiency. The Wheeler residence in Signal Mountain's Fox Run neighborhood may just be the envy of all the other homes on the mountain, at least when it comes to utility bills.
What happens when a former city planner puts his time, effort, and money where his mouth is? The first LEED Platinum housing in Tennessee.
With energy costs rising, more Chattanoogans are interested in green construction, and companies helping homes be more energy efficient are growing.
Explore the makings of a Green home under construction with Ethan Collier of Collier Construction and Trey Wheeler of TWH Architects. This is Part Two of a two part series. See below to view Part One.
Chattanooga's Ethan Collier of Collier Construction and Trey Wheeler of TWH Architects join GoldToGreenTV.com to discuss, "What is a Green home?"
Already recognized nationally for its downtown renaissance and the redevelopment of its riverfront, Chattanooga is now taking a leading role on the environmental edge.
WDEF Turns Its Cameras on Green Construction, Advanced Framing and the LEED certified Madison Moderns
WDEF Talks to Ethan Collier at the Eco Expo
Collier Construction was named a finalist for the Kruesi Spirit of Innovation Award
A Chattanooga Times Free Press Slideshow of the Monroe home on Signal Mountain
LEED certification means Madison Street houses meet high environmental standards.
The homes, which are being built by Collier Construction, are the brainchildren of LEED-accredited designer/developer, Christian Rushing.
Environmentally friendly building practices are taking hold in Chattanooga, some say, with new homes receiving energy-saving designs and builders finding techniques to use less materials and thus cut waste.
The sun shining above and the earth resting below Chattanooga are the renewable energy resources of this generation and many local companies are positioned to help homeowners and businesses take advantage of their benefits.
Chattanooga builder focuses on building relationships and building green
Collier Construction builds the Lurey's weekend getaway with a view of the lake in mind.
Collier Construction hosts January 2008 Green Drinks.
We believe in Main Street slogan catching on.
Bluegrass Grill being built by Collier Construction.
Collier Construction featured in Energy Wise magazine.
Collier Construction opts to recycle instead of landfill.
Collier Construction project manager Dustin Douglas sorts through recyclable materials from two gutted houses on Harper Street. On Tuesday, Collier Construction launched an effort to grind down and recycle standing houses for future development. The move, some say, is a first in the city. - Chattanooga Times-Free Press