Brantley Visioneering

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Brantley Visioneering, Inc. is a real-estate developer and construction project management firm founded in 1997 by HB Brantley. Its offices are located at 2401 2nd Avenue North.

Brantley is a Birmingham native who has a master's degree in architecture from Tuskegee University. He worked for Gresham Smith and Partners and for Atlanta management firm H. J. Russell & Co., which managed the renovations to Birmingham's Civil Rights District in the early 1990s, before founding his own company, working out of his dining room.

Though it courts clients across the region, Brantley Visioneering is primarily interested in the revitalization of downtown Birmingham. The company has been involved in the redevelopment of the City Federal Building, the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex expansion plans, and the Innovation Depot. It also managed construction of downtown's Railroad Park.

In 2007 Brantley Visioneering was named "Best Minority-Owned Business, 1-10 employees" by the Birmingham Business Journal.

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