Directions to AIM
- Coming south on I-65, take EXIT 261A for I-20/59 East & North
(to Atlanta & Gadsden) LEFT HAND exit at the main interchange where I-65 meets I-20 & I-59.
This is difficult as you'll be on I-20 & 59 for less than a mile but must quickly move about 3 lanes to the right to get in the exit lane for U.S. Hwy. 280 East.
Overhead sign will say U.S. Hwy. 280 and "Carraway Blvd." -- get in the lane under this sign.
- On the ramp stay in the left lane to exit onto U.S. Hwy. 280 (it begins here and goes east), follow the U.S. Hwy. 280 signs (you'll go up a ramp)
and stay on U.S. Hwy. 280 going through Birmingham and toward Red Mtn.
- Pass St. Vincent's Hospital on the left. After you go over the mountain, move to the right hand lanes to exit the main Hwy.
You will be on U.S. Hwy. 280 which continues via a duel lane, right hand exit to an elevated ramp. Once off the ramp you are now
continuing East on U.S. Hwy. 280 EAST SYLACAUGA (there is no other way you can go at this point).
- Continue on U.S. Hwy. 280 East through Homewood, pass the water works (on the right) and the
Summit Shopping Center (on the left) approximately 2-3 miles.
- U.S. Hwy. 280 will cross over I-459. Pass:
Cahaba River (Cross over);
Chic-Fil-A (on right);
Shell Gas Station (on right).
- At a traffic light at America's First Federal Credit Union (on the right) you'll see a sign indicating
Inverness Pkwy. is next and then a traffic light and a large rectangular sign (standing on end) indicating you're in Inverness. This is
- Turn right onto Inverness Parkway. (Inverness Parkway is a four lane "boulevard" style street in the area of the office buildings).
- Proceed 2.2 miles on Inverness Parkway to Selkirk Drive.* This will take you up the hill on Inverness Parkway, past the subdivisions Woodford and Kirkwall. On the right you will see a sign
"Inverness Professional Building." This is our sign, it is at the corner of Inverness Parkway and Selkirk Drive. Turn right onto
Selkirk Drive. Once on Selkirk Drive, take the first right (approx. 300'). This is our driveway -- you have arrived.
* CAVEAT: Where Inverness Parkway changes from a four lane boulevard to a two lane road (at the point where there is a large "island" of trees and grass between the last part of the four lanes and just before you start up a large hill) there is a speed trap. Beware of police using radar.