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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Crews work toward autumn opening of new bank building

Ross Norton //May 30, 2024//

Servis 1st Bank's new building at 319 N. Cedar St. in Summerville includes the renovation of an existing building. (Rendering/Rish Dixon Architects)

Servis 1st Bank's new building at 319 N. Cedar St. in Summerville includes the renovation of an existing building. (Rendering/Rish Dixon Architects)

Servis 1st Bank's new building at 319 N. Cedar St. in Summerville includes the renovation of an existing building. (Rendering/Rish Dixon Architects)

Servis 1st Bank's new building at 319 N. Cedar St. in Summerville includes the renovation of an existing building. (Rendering/Rish Dixon Architects)

UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Crews work toward autumn opening of new bank building

Ross Norton //May 30, 2024//

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Under Construction is a roundup of some of the recent and ongoing commercial construction projects going on across South Carolina. Architects, contractors, engineers and other players in the construction industry are welcome to submit projects with photos to SC Biz News.

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Lowcountry

(Rendering/Rish Dixon Architects)

Servis 1st Bank

319 N. Cedar St.

Summerville

Developer/owner: Servis 1st, Charleston

Architect: Rush Dixon Architects, North Charleston

Engineers: Charleston Engineering, Charleston (MEP); Bowman, Charleston (civil, landscape architecture); ADC Engineering, Hanahan (structural)

Estimated completion date: Fall 2024

Project description: This project includes the renovation of an existing building to become the Summerville branch bank for Servis 1st.


 

(Rendering/LS3P)
(Rendering/LS3P)

Speculative Building

Western Orangeburg County Industrial Park

3821 Ninety-Six Road

Neeses

Developer/owner: Orangeburg County Development Commission, Orangeburg

Architects: LS3P, Columbia

General contractor: Pyramid Contracting

Engineers: Hensley & Goerling, Charleston (mechanical); Cranston Engineering, Charleston (structural); Alliance Consulting Engineers, Columbia (civil); ECS Southeast, Charleston (geotechnical)

Project manager: Pyramid Contracting

Estimated completion date: June 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $4.3 million

Project description: The speculative building at Western Orangeburg County Industrial Park is a new construction that consists of a concrete-tilt-wall and structural-steel construction spanning 50,000 square feet.


 

Upstate

(Rendering/DP3 Architects)
(Rendering/DP3 Architects)

Taylors Fire Station 81 headquarters

463 Main Street Taylors

Owner: Taylors Fire and Sewer District, Taylors

Architects: DP3 Architects, Greenville

General contractor: Hogan Construction Group LLC, Greenville

Engineers: WK Dickson, Greenville (civil); Britt, Peters, Greenville (structural); Devita & Assoc., Greenville (MEP and fire protection)

Project manager: Duncan

Estimated completion date: September 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $9.1 million

Project description: Hogan is providing construction management at-risk services for Taylors Fire & Rescue’s new 20,600-square-foot headquarters and 4,400-square-foot maintenance facility. The site is an undeveloped five-acre parcel of land located across the street from the current fire station. The station will house three full drive-thru bays and one rear bay. It will contain administration and living quarters for 30 firefighters, as well as a large community/training room.


 

Midlands

(Rendering/Davis Architecture)
(Rendering/Davis Architecture)

Shop Road Ventures

211 Shopline Dr.

Columbia

Developer/owner: Shop Ventures

Architects: Davis Architecture

General contractor: Cohn Corp.

Engineers: Harvey O. Lucas Jr., PE; Vaught Engineering; HB Engineering; Timmerman Structural Engineering Group

Estimated completion date: 2027

Project description: This existing industrial site serves as a gateway to Columbia at Interstate 77 and the corner of Shop Road and Beltline Boulevard. A group of local investors purchased this site, which will be transformed into a new industrial business park that will help serve the Midlands market. Cohn Corp. is renovating eight buildings totaling nearly 350,000 square feet on approximately 80 acres. Buildings 4 and 9 have been completed and construction is active on Buildings 5, 6, and 7.

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