-Gustave Caillebotte, The Floor Scrapers
Southern Pine Company of Georgia believes in preservation of our history
through the salvage of antique old-growth woods. For twenty-five years, we
have been reclaiming, preserving, restoring and supplying vintage old growth
wood for renovation and new construction.

A division of RK Construction and Development, Southern Pine Company
grew from the dreams of its president, Ramsey Khalidi, of preserving the
irreplaceable treasures of Savannah, Georgia's historic districts.

A born preservationist, Ramsey was appalled at the destruction of historic
properties going on in Savannah in the 1980's. He was soon involved in
rescuing buildings scheduled for demolition, moving many of them to new
locations, restoring many in place, and salvaging the valuable materials from
those that could not be safely moved or restored.

These age-old salvaged materials formed the basis of Southern Pine Company.
As stockpiles of flooring, beams, windows, doors, and trim began to outgrow
the availability of warehouse space, Southern Pine Company was conceived as
a business dedicated to harvesting, restoring, and reselling these historic
treasures of the "Urban Forest."
Preservation from a new and unique perspective
Southern Pine Company has a vision of promoting
environmentally sensitive construction, providing home
builders and renovation projects with restored vintage materials
needed to create a final product of unparalleled beauty and
history.

Call Southern Pine Company
at (912) 236-4133 today!

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The Residences on Forsyth

This
exceptional project will feature eight
superbly constructed residences, each
boasting four stories of living space.
Exquisite details with exacting standards
reproduced from the turn of the century
have been paired with all of the conveniences of the modern day.
conveniences of the modern day.

The Sears Building

The downtown Savannah renaissance
continues with an exciting rebirth in the
heart of the commercial district. With a
storied history dating from the 1880s,
these buildings feature soaring ceilings,
original architectural elements and
tremendous views all framed by an
authentic restored facade.