Local Workers Being Use To Build Chick-fil-A

In addition to the 60 to 80 permanent jobs that Chick-fil-A promises to bring to Tullahoma next year, construction of the new facility is also generating new revenues for many local businesses. According to project superintendent Glenn Milburn of W.H.Bass, Inc., the Georgia-based general contractor in charge of the restaurant’s construction, several Tennessee subcontractors are already involved. The grading is being performed by Bartlett Construction out of Manchester, the surveying is being done by Thomas Ore Land Surveying in Winchester, and we’re getting all of our concrete from Sequatchie Concrete in Shelbyville.