what we do
Acadiana Group is comprised of both a construction company and a development company. Family owned and operated, Acadiana has fundamentally built its way up into a leading industry in its home city. In 1982, Acadiana Constructors was born and is still thriving today as an in-house construction company for Acadiana Development of Central, as well as other local and out-of-town development companies. The family owned and operated company prizes itself in its integrity and passion.
From civil and architectural construction to commercial and residential development, Acadiana has manifested a superior reputation throughout south Louisiana and beyond.
site clearing and grubbing, dewatering, drainage, cut and fill, soil stabilization, underground utilities and temporary/final site roads
self-performing site development, foundation development, civil, structural concrete, and steel erection
site clearing and preparation, dredging, utility and piping modification and installation, retaining structure construction
site clearing and civil preparation, involved architectural development and construction for commercial and residential construction
Arbor Grove is the newest multi-family community for The City of Central, located off of Joor Road (between Core Lane and Sullivan Road). The project is underway and construction will begin by the fall of 2017.
The Garden District is located at Central Square, west of the Sullivan and Wax intersection. The Garden District is home to a cottage style streetscape and easy city access.
Vieux Carré Townhomes
Vieux Carré is located within Central Square, just east of The Garden District. These townhomes are intended to easy, low-maintenance living with easy city access.
The Quarters II
The Quarters II Building is located within Central Square, west of the Sullivan and Wax intersection. The Quarters II is in the planning stage and will mimic quarters I (currently housing Central Buffet, Menchies, etc.)
The Acadiana Building
The Acadiana Building is located within Central Square, west of the Sullivan and Wax intersection. The Acadiana Building is complete and near full capacity of renters.