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Company Overview of Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc.

Company Overview

Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc. provides engineering and architecture services to governments and commercial clients in the United States. It offers electrical engineering services, including energy efficiency studies, third party equipment evaluation, ETAP arc flash and short circuit studies, ETAP breaker coordination study, exterior overhead and underground power design, computer data facility design, power distribution, interior and exterior lighting design and photometry, fire alarm and life safety design, lightning protection design, uninterruptable power systems, and site installation and verification, as well as generator design, selection, and testing services; and civil and municipal ...

2660 EastChase Lane

Suite 200

Montgomery, AL 36117

United States

Founded in 1947





Key Executives for Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc.

President and Director
Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Director
Head of Environmental Engineering for Montgomery and Director
Head of Architecture for Crestview
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc. Key Developments

Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc., CH2M Hill Inc. and C2RL Engineering Win $10 Million Federal Contract

Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood was awarded a share of a $10 million federal contract by the National Guard Bureau, Nashville, Tennessee, for architect and engineering services for the Tennessee Air National Guard and the Tennessee Army National Guard. Smith Seckman Reid Inc.; CH2M Hill Inc.; and C2RL Engineering Inc. shared in the award amount.

Mobile Bay National Estuary Program Provides Contract to Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. for Fowl River Watershed Management Plan

The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program has awarded Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. a contract to prepare a Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan (WMP) for the Fowl River Watershed in Mobile County, Alabama.

The Medical University Hospital Authority Selects Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc. to Provide Architectural Services

The Medical University Hospital Authority in association with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C., selected Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood for a two-year contract to provide architectural services for projects of varying size and type. The collaboration will be a first for the MUHA and GMC's team of architects. The project contract requests that GMC provide a range of design services including conceptual studies, planning, full-service design, construction administration and any other tasks that support the needs of MUHA and the university. Because the contract will focus primarily on medical and clinical projects, GMC built a design team that centered on expertise in healthcare design.

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