Sharpe Breaks Ground On New Marriott Ballroom and SpringHill Suites In Atlanta’s Galleria Area

Sharpe Breaks Ground On New Marriott Ballroom and SpringHill Suites In Atlanta’s Galleria Area

Suwanee, GA, June 25, 2019   Sharpe Contractors ( has broken ground for an upcoming new ballroom, at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest @ Galleria, and an adjacent new 4-story, 147-key Springhill Suites by Marriott.


The 61,866 square foot ballroom, designed by Studio Architects of Atlanta, will complement the existing Atlanta Marriott Northwest @ Galleria’s current meeting space and establish the property as a leading venue for meetings and events in the Galleria area. Featuring an EIFS, Glass & Stone exterior, the new facility will complement the existing full-service Atlanta Marriott NW Galleria.

The new ballroom blends seamlessly into the existing Atlanta Marriott NW Galleria’s design.

The new 147-key Springhill Suites @ Galleria, will provide business and leisure travelers, looking for upscale, extended-stay accommodations a new option with convenient access to the Braves at SunTrust Park and the growing number of business, dining and entertainment options in the growing Atlanta Galleria area. Marriott’s premier all-suites flag, The SpringHill Suites @ Galleria, designed by James L Browning Architects of Wichita, Kansas, will total 86,421 square feet in the 4-story building clad in EIFS, Stucco and Stone.  The property will also feature an indoor pool.

The new 147-key SpringHill Suites Features an Indoor Pool

Rick Wiggins, of Wiggins Program Management, will oversee the project for the owner.


“We are very excited to be working with Rick and his team.” said Shane Sharpe, President of Sharpe Contractors. “We have been very impressed, throughout the pre-construction process with Rick’s attention to detail and we are confident that this will be a highly effective partnership.”


Site work is underway with the ballroom scheduled for completion in March of 2020 and the SpringHill Suites Galleria targeted for an August 2020 completion. The two projects have a combined construction budget of over $21 million.