Testimonials Testimonials

“The cooperation between Bell & Associates Construction, Hewlett Spencer, and the Rhea County School System was flawless and very rare in our world today. We saw Bell & Associates and Hewlett Spencer work together as one to make sound financial decisions and give the Rhea County School system the best possible result as we build a new high school. We worked so close together and so well together that I considered them not only as partners in this building project, but as friends.”

Jerry Levengood - Director of Schools, Rhea County

"In the three projects that have been completed in our system the firm has returned over $1,700,000.00 to the county. Hewlett Spencer, LLC. provides a service that is unmatched in my experience. They give us an efficient and effective construction process with constant attention paid to the needs of our system. Most important to me is they take care of minor day to day problems in such a way that I seldom hear about them unless there is a need."

Daniel P. Whitlow , Director of Schools , July 1, 2010

"The construction process has been one of the smoothest I have ever worked with. They have gone out of their way to make this successful. Bell Construction and Hewlett Spencer managing group have done an outstanding job with the entire project."

Stoney Crockett, Chairman of the Robertson County Board of Education, June 15, 2010

"I was always impressed by the efforts of Hewlett-Spencer in the planning, development, and the supervision of projects for the Wilson County Schools. The attention to the desires of the Owner, along with the pricing and on time delivery of each project, enabled the parents and students to have quality buildings that they could be proud of for many years to come."

Jim Duncan, Ed.D, Director of Schools (retired), June 11, 2009

"Because of its ability to finish work below budget so often, Hewlett Spencer has saved the communities it has worked in millions of dollars."

Lebanon Democrat, December 28, 2005

"In fact, in overseeing nearly a dozen projects in Wilson County, Hewlett Spencer has come in below that price every single time."

Lebanon Democrat, December 27, 2005

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