The building was constructed using 66 tilt-up concrete panels, which are formed and poured flat before being tilted into place and supported with an internal structural steel frame.
“This was truly a team effort from start to finish, with an extremely aggressive schedule,” Lee Mashburn, president of Mashburn Construction, said in a news release. “We are fortunate to be able to work with the S.C. Internal Medicine team for a second time and look forward to seeing these tenants thrive in their new building.”
Mashburn constructed a building in 2004 that S.C. Internal Medicine has outgrown, the release said.
Seven tenants are in the new building, also including Columbia Podiatry, Rejuvenations Medical Spa, Columbia Rehab, Quest Diagnostics, Palmetto Imaging, and Palmetto ENT. The exterior tilt-up panels include a brick veneer and inlay along with ample parking.
In other area real estate transactions:
- Tommy Johnson and Hunter Suggs of Colliers International represented credit union technology solution provider My CU Services LLC in the lease of 12,028 square feet of office space at Synergy Office Park. The landlord was represented by Henry Roe and Allen Wilkerson of Colliers.
- Colliers’ Paige Bryant represented The Woody in the restaurant and dance venue’s search for a new location. The club has moved from the Vista to 1649 Main St. in Columbia’s central business district. The Woody will occupy 5,150 square feet on the ground and garden levels of the redeveloped multiuse building, which also features restaurant and rooftop bar Hendrix. Colliers also represented the landlord, Main & Blanding LLC, in the transaction.