Paychex Gets Site At The Pointe In East Brainerd

Monday, November 3, 2003

Pointe General Contractors has just completed the tenant build out for Paychex, Inc. at the Pointe Centre. The Pointe is a 48-acre campus style office park, located at East Brainerd Road and Premier Drive.

Pointe General Contractors has provided both value engineering and construction management over the project, while maintaining a fast track schedule, officials said.

The Paychex suite is comprised of 2,685 square feet in the 1200 Building. Tenant move in date was October 30.

Paychex, Inc.
Founded 32 years ago by B Thomas Golisano, with just $3,000.00 and one good idea how to make it easy and affordable for small businesses to outsource their payroll processing. The single operation grew to include 18 franchises and partnerships, which were eventually consolidated into one private company in 1979,

Four years later Paychex went public and began trading on the NASDAQ Stock Market. Since then, record growth has been synonymous with Paychex.

Located in Rochester, New York and having more than 100 locations around the country, serving hundreds of clients nationwide Paychex is a leading provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits services for small to medium sized businesses, those fewer than 200 employees.

Pointe General Contractors, LLC
Rex Allen and Steve Hogg formed Pointe General Contractors, LLC in February 2003 after successful endeavors on prior construction projects.

The two saw a need to form a company that could meet the construction needs of Commercial Management Corp, Mr. Allen’s company, and provide a high level of service to other developers and owners in the construction market, officials said.

Mr. Hogg has been in the construction industry over 23 years. He has traveled extensively and worked as a project manager for one of the largest retail builders in the nation. He typically managed commercial projects totaling $10m - $15m per year.

Mr. Allen is owner of Commercial Management Corp., a real estate development and investment company with properties located in Tennessee, Georgia, California and Nevada.

Commercial Management Corp. is currently developing a 48-acre campus park, The Pointe Centre located off of I-75 and East Brainerd Road. There are four “Class A” buildings completed and there are tentative plans for additional buildings.

Pointe General Contractors has just broken ground on Phase II of Friar’s Branch Crossing located at 6016 Shallowford Road. The project fronts Highway 153. Upon completion, this phase will add three new buildings totaling 56,000 square feet. The total development will then exceed 110,000 square feet.

In addition to the Friar’s Branch project, Pointe General Contractors recently completed projects for American Express Financial and Mint Magazine.

For additional information on Pointe General Contractors, please contact Steve Hogg, 423-755-0845 or visit the company’s web site http://www.pointecentre.com


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