Speaking of Cars & Q, we met up with a few of pros at Choate's event. Here we have CBRE's Jonathan Rice
, Choate's Bill Bland
, and Bank of North GA's Mark Hancock
. Mark was showing off his '67 Ford Galaxie,
a car that he's been pining for
ever since his boyhood. "Growing up in Savannah, I had a buddy who had a Galaxie hard top," he says. "So I wanted one for myself, and I wanted a convertible
Choate's Millard Choate
shows off not one, but two of his dream machines: A '66 Chevy Sting Ray
and a '55 Chevy Bel Air.
In fact, the Bel Air has "never been touched
since it left the factory." Bill tells us Choate has still been building a lot of student housing projects. But most recently it secured a GC contract with the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to build its $250M imaging research facility
, and it's redeveloping
the original club house at Sea Pines resort in Hilton Head Island.