MORROW, GA. — For many builders working in the public sector, budgets over the last decade have been moving targets. Case in point, the new 64,000-sq.ft. science and technology building at Clayton State University.   The project was awarded at $30 million,” Kevin Kuntz, president of the Southeast Division of McCarthy Building Companies said. “Then the recession hit and the project went through multiple iterations, having to shrink to get state funding.” What was ...

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