• South-Carolina-landfill

    Cherokee Pumping Extinguishes Raging Fire

    South Carolina
    Disaster struck when lightning hit a South Carolina landfill and created a fire in the debris. To help control the blaze, the local fire department responded and spent several days battling the fire. Eventually, they had to be pulled off to focus on other responsibilities within their community.

  • Auburn Stadium

    What is the Value of Concrete Pumping?

    When it comes to pouring concrete, there are a lot of different methods and machinery to choose from. However, daily-operated concrete pumps remain the most cost-effective solution. Compared to other pouring methods, daily-operated concrete pumps save time, reduce labor costs, increase project quality and improve safety. By using daily-operated concrete pumps, Cherokee Pumping is able to complete projects for our customers while saving them both time and money.

  • Auburn Stadium

    Cherokee Concrete Pumping Repairs Fripp Island’s Bridge

    Fripp Island, South Carolina
    Cherokee Concrete Pumping recently wrapped up repairing a storm-damaged, 55-year old bridge in South Carolina’s low country. The bridge desperately needed repairs, but couldn’t hold much weight and wasn’t wide enough for large machinery. With the use of a Schwing S 20 pump, Cherokee Pumping was able to solve both of these problems which allowed for pumping directly from the bridge with no halt to traffic.

  • Auburn Stadium

    Cherokee Assisting with the Plant Riverside Transformation

    Savannah, Georgia
    The Kessler hotel group is revitalizing the river district of Savannah with a new iconic JW Marriott hotel. Cherokee was contracted to place concrete on all four of the hotel’s structures: Atlantic Building, Power Plant Building, Three Muses Building, and a 488-space parking deck.

  • Spider Boom

    Innovative Spider Boom:
    A new piece of equipment takes on the challenge of pumping the headquarters of Atlanta-based HD Supply.

    Atlanta-based HD Supply
    The evolution of the concrete pumping industry continues with a special new boom that extends the reach of con- ventional truck-mounted boom pumps. Cherokee Pumping, Hampton, Georgia, is using the new Spider Boom from Construction Forms to tackle the large footprint of HD Supply’s new eight-story headquarters and training center in suburban Atlanta. Shell McElroy, Atlanta, is the general contractor building the eight-story structure that also incorporates a six-story subterranean parking garage.

  • Auburn Stadium

    Cherokee Assists on Auburn University Game Day Addition

    Auburn University – Auburn, Alabama
    Cherokee was pleased to be awarded the concrete placement on Auburn University’s new gameday addition by Bailey Harris Construction. Concrete was pumped on several levels of the new multi-story addition to Jordan Hare stadium which will contain new club space for fans as well as a new press box for the media.

  • Auburn

    Cherokee Places Concrete on Savannah’s New Boutique Hotel

    Savannah, Georgia
    Cherokee was honored to be awarded the concrete pumping on the new five-star Perry Lane Hotel in Savannah, Georgia by DPR Construction. Due to the complexity and lack of space on the project site, Cherokee Pumping, Inc. erected two 45-foot tall free- standing pedestals for its 39-meter Schwing placing boom.

  • 831 Steele Dr
    Hampton, GA 30228

    4791 Wright Dr SE
    Smyrna, GA 30082

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Cherokee Pumping is centrally located in Hampton, GA., with a full service satellite office in Savannah, GA. We proudly serve contractors in central and southern Georgia, including the ever-growing Atlanta and Savannah markets, as well as, eastern Alabama and southern South Carolina.

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