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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Hogan Construction takes on $16M Greenville public safety center

Ross Norton //April 22, 2024//

Hogan Construction and McMillan Pazdan Smith partnered to provide design-build services for the upfit of the existing seven-story office building, making room for consolidation of services. (Rendering/McMillan Pazdan Smith)

Hogan Construction and McMillan Pazdan Smith partnered to provide design-build services for the upfit of the existing seven-story office building, making room for consolidation of services. (Rendering/McMillan Pazdan Smith)

Hogan Construction and McMillan Pazdan Smith partnered to provide design-build services for the upfit of the existing seven-story office building, making room for consolidation of services. (Rendering/McMillan Pazdan Smith)

Hogan Construction and McMillan Pazdan Smith partnered to provide design-build services for the upfit of the existing seven-story office building, making room for consolidation of services. (Rendering/McMillan Pazdan Smith)

UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Hogan Construction takes on $16M Greenville public safety center

Ross Norton //April 22, 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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Upstate

City of Greenville Public Safety Complex

204 Halton Road

Greenville

Owner: City of Greenville, Greenville

Architects: McMillan Pazdan Smith, Greenville

General contractor: Hogan Construction Group LLC, Greenville

Engineers: Seamon Whiteside, Greenville (civil); MMSA, Greenville (structural); Carolina Engineering Solutions (MPE); Foster Engineering, Columbia (fire protection)

Project manager: Duncan

Estimated completion date: May 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $16 million

Project description: Hogan and McMillan Pazdan Smith have partnered to provide design-build services for the upfit of an existing seven-story office building, allowing the city of Greenville to consolidate several public safety facilities that were in disrepair into a single centralized location.


Clemson University Alumni and Visitors Center

109 Daniel Drive

Clemson

Developer/owner: Clemson University

Architects: Goodwyn Mills Cawood, Greenville; Cooper Carry; Atlanta; Smoak Landscape Architecture, Travelers Rest

General contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie; Birmingham, Ala.

Engineers: Goodwyn Mills Cawood, Greenville (civil); RMF Engineering, Baltimore, Md. (MEP); Michael M. Simpson & Associates, Greenville (structural); Bright Tree Studios, Warrendale, Pa. (audio/visual); Jack Porter, Greenville (branding and graphics); and Tipton Associates, Baton Rouge, La. (food service)

Estimated completion date: Fall 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $48 million

Project description: The center will be home to some of the university’s most crucial partners and programs, including the Clemson Alumni Association, Class of 1944 Visitors Center, the Board of Trustees Office, Advancement, Clemson University Foundation, Admissions and the Michelin Career Center. It will overlook Lake Hartwell and will be located at the entrance of the school. The center will include a golf pro shop and grille, a five-story structure featuring a grand two-story lobby and a plaza that overlooks the 18th green.


(Rendering/Workplace Architecture + Design)
(Rendering/Workplace Architecture + Design)

Crescent One (Crescent Startup Community)

705 Poinsett Highway
Greenville

Developer/owner: Hartness Development, Greenville

Architects: Workplace Architecture + Design, Winston-Salem, N.C.

General contractor: Mavin Construction, Greenville

Estimated completion date: July 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $8.9 million

Project description: 56,000-square-foot adaptive reuse construction of a large-scale mixed-use innovation district that will provide a dedicated space for startups, entrepreneurs and the development of innovative ideas and research.


Lowcountry

(Photo/Harbor Contracting)
(Photo/Harbor Contracting)

411 Hibben Street Renovation (Shell Building)

411 Hibben St.

Mount Pleasant

Architects: Rush Dixon Architects

General contractor: Harbor Contracting

Project description: This project includes a full renovation of two existing structures to create shell space for a future tenant.


(Rendering/The Middleton Group)
(Rendering/The Middleton Group)

651 King Street, Mixed Use

651 King St.

Charleston

Developer/owner: NK Partners, Mount Pleasant

Architects: The Middleton Group, North Charleston

General contractor: Arnett Construction, Charleston

Engineers: Hensley & Goerling, Charleston (MEP); William H Hanham III, Mount Pleasant (structural)
Cline Engineering, Charleston (civil)

Estimated completion date: June 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $1.5 million

Project description: This project includes new construction and site work for a three-story mixed-use building. The first floor will be commercial/restaurant space, with one residential unit making up the second and third floors.


(Photo/Hill Construction)
(Photo/Hill Construction)

Atelier Office Building Two

415 Brighton Park Blvd.

Summerville

Developer/owner: Sharbell Nexton

Architects: The Middleton Group Architecture Studio

General contractor: Hill Construction

Project description: Atelier Building Two is a new ground-up 16,974-square-foot two-story office building. It will be part of a campus of office buildings intended to inspire innovation and collaboration on 7.5 acres in the heart of Nexton.


Midlands

(Photo/Pyramid Contracting)
(Photo/Pyramid Contracting)

Class A Office Building Wholesale Lane

428 Wholesale Lane
West Columbia

Architects: Studio 2 LR, Columbia

General contractor: Pyramid Contracting, Irmo

Engineers: WK Dickson, Columbia (civil)

Estimated completion date: July 2024

Estimated total cost: $40 million

Project description: The structure is a 150,000 -square-foot, three-story, Class A office building.


(Rendering/Catalyst Architects)
(Rendering/Catalyst Architects)

Columbia Presbyterian Church

1700 Huger St.

Columbia

Developer/owner: Columbia Presbyterian Church

Architects: Catalyst Architects, Lexington

General contractor: Hill Construction Co., Columbia

Estimated completion date: July 2024

Project description: The former Cogdill Carpets building will soon be the new home of Columbia Presbyterian Church. The 42,000-square-foot renovation includes a sanctuary that seats up to 700 people, a children’s ministry area, office space and dedicated space to utilize for ministry partners throughout the week.


 

The Courtyards at Lowman, Phase II

2101 Dutch Fork Road
Chapin

Developer/owner: Lutheran Homes of South Carolina, Irmo

Architects: RLPS Architects, Lancaster, Pa.

General contractor: McCrory Construction, Columbia

Engineers: Engineering, State College, Pa. (MEP); Snell Engineering Consultants, Sarasota, Fla. (structural): Reese Hackman Civil Engineers of Columbia, Columbia (civil)

Project description: McCrory is building a second phase of independent-living apartments at the Lowman Homes in Chapin. The apartments are arranged around a central courtyard designed with a lush landscape; featured are livable porches to enhance outdoor recreation and interaction among neighbors. The neighborhoods include four one-bedroom and 14 two-bedroom apartments, ranging from 740 to 1,018 square feet, along with two community rooms.


(Photo/Boyer Commercial Construction)
(Photo/Boyer Commercial Construction)

Extra Space Storage

748 W. Main St.

Lexington

Developer/owner: 803 Lexington Storage

Architects: Heyward & Woodrum

General contractor: Boyer Commercial Construction

Completion date: January 2024

Project description: This project converted the old Kmart in Lexington to a 103,000-square-foot self-storage facility.

 

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