McCrory Building

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The McCrory Building is the former office built by and for the McCrory Building Company in 2007. The 28,000-square-foot building was designed by Lathan Associates Architects on its 11-acre site on Rocky Ridge Lane near I-459 in Hoover.

The building was designed to resemble a hunting lodge with rugged stone on the exterior, but to have an industrial edge, with exposed steel and concrete framing. The building included space for 40+ corporate employees and what was billed as a "state-of-the-art bid room".

McCrory moved to the new building from smaller offices on 7th Avenue South in Birmingham. The company put the building on the market in late 2009 as it suffered financial strains. McCrory went out of business in 2010 and the building was subsequently sold.


  • Cooper, Lauren B. (March 16, 2007) "McCrory expanding, constructing new HQ." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Cooper, Lauren B. (April 9, 2010) "Shuttered McCrory Building finds buyer for headquarters." Birmingham Business Journal