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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Landmark Builders is bringing LS3P-designed center to life in Lexington

Ross Norton //May 14, 2024//

Designed by LS3P, the Lexington Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Building II is being built by Landmark Builders of South Carolina. (Rendering/LS3P)

Designed by LS3P, the Lexington Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Building II is being built by Landmark Builders of South Carolina. (Rendering/LS3P)

Designed by LS3P, the Lexington Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Building II is being built by Landmark Builders of South Carolina. (Rendering/LS3P)

Designed by LS3P, the Lexington Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Building II is being built by Landmark Builders of South Carolina. (Rendering/LS3P)

UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Landmark Builders is bringing LS3P-designed center to life in Lexington

Ross Norton //May 14, 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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Midlands

Lexington Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Building II

150 Sunset Court

West Columbia

Developer/owner: Lexington Medical Center, West Columbia

Architects: LS3P, Columbia

General contractor: Landmark Builders of South Carolina LLC, Columbia

Engineers: Buford Goff & Associates, Columbia

Timmerman Structural Engineering Group, West Columbia

Estimated completion date: Summer 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $17 million

Project description: In this public/private partnership, the University of South Carolina is partnering with Lexington Medical Center to expand its School of Nursing programs. This is the second graduate medical education building on Lexington Medical Center’s West Columbia campus, the first of which opened in 2023. The three-story 52,000-square-foot facility will accommodate 800 students with a variety of educational spaces, including simulation labs, mock clinical spaces, and oversized classrooms.


 

(Photo/Avant & McLeod)
(Photo/Avant & McLeod)

Maxcy Gregg House

1518 Richland St.

Columbia

Developer/owner: Avant Holdings

Architects: Studio 2LR, Columbia

Project manager: Avant Holdings, Columbia

Estimated completion date: June 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $500,000

Project description: Full historic restoration to the Maxcy Gregg House, circa 1841 and on the National Register. The approximately 5,500-square-feet building sits on .35 acres and includes a carriage house, all for Class A offices. The project encompasses restoring heart pine floors and original plaster walls, high ceilings with molding, wavy glass windows throughout, renovated kitchenettes, all new plumbing and HVAC systems, new code compliant stairs in the rear plus an ADA ramp, and original porch, patio and balcony restoration.


 

Presbyterian Communities

Columbia Skilled Nursing Facility Renovations & Additions

700 DaVega Dr.

Lexington

Developer/owner: Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina

Architects: McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture

General contractor: Boyer Commercial Construction

Estimated completion date: Spring 2024

Project description: This is phase five of construction for The Columbia Presbyterian Community. This phase includes interior renovations to the existing facilities resident rooms and hallways.


Upstate

(Photo/Red Bullet)
(Photo/Red Bullet)

Masters Boulevard

230 Masters Boulevard

Anderson

Developer/owner: Red Bullet

Developer/owner: Red Bullet Development

General contractor: Omega Construction

Estimated completion date: Q2 2024

Project description: Under development by Red Bullet, this 125,000-square-foot industrial spec building is the last available site on a 50-acre property in Anderson County. It is located less than two miles from U.S. Highway 29 and less than five miles from downtown Anderson. The building is immediately adjacent to Pregis, which offers packaging design and printing services. Other corporate neighbors include First Quality Tissue, Pickens Railway Co., Michelin Starr Manufacturing and Electrolux.


(Photo/McMillan Pazdan Smith)
(Photo/McMillan Pazdan Smith)

Meyn

474 Oconee Business Parkway

Westminster

Owner: Meyn America LLC, Ballground, Ga.

Architects: McMillan Pazdan Smith, Spartanburg

General contractor: Hogan Construction Group LLC, Greenville

Engineers: Thomas & Hutton, Greenville (civil); Palmetto Structural Engineering, Taylors (structural); Reece Engineering, Taylors (plumbing); Design-Build Mechanical, Mint Hill, N.C. (mechanical); Walker & Whiteside, Greenville (electrical); VSC Fire & Security, Charlotte (fire protection)

Project manager: Easley

Estimated completion date: September 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $8.8 million

Project description: Meyn America, a leading producer of poultry processing equipment, has chosen South Carolina as the location for its new distribution center. The 76,281-square-foot two-story facility will accommodate warehouse space and offices. The project is seeking Green Globes certification.


 

(Rendering/Pinestone)
(Rendering/Pinestone)

Pinestone

150 South End Circle

Travelers Rest

Estimated completion date: Q2 2025

Pinestone’s commercial development will include neighborhood retail and office uses, including medical, to support the residents of the community and the surrounding area. The commercial spaces include three commercial buildings totaling 77,000 square feet fronting U.S. Highway 25 and two reconditioned warehouses totaling 44,000 square feet. Overall neighborhood development includes 250 apartment units, 102 single-family and townhomes — all of which are occupied or under construction.


Lowcountry

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

Crowfield Golf Course Pavilion and Clubhouse Renovations

300 Hamlet Cir.

Goose Creek

Developer/owner: City of Goose Creek

Architects: The Middleton Group

General contractor: J. Davis Construction

Engineers: Barrier Island Engineering (civil)

Estimated completion date: Summer 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $2.214 million

Project description: This project entails construction of a new outdoor pavilion, putting green, interior renovations to existing clubhouse and new commercial kitchen upgrades.


 

(Photo/Fifth Third Bank)
(Photo/Fifth Third Bank)

Fifth Third Bank Commercial Division

1080 Morrison Dr.

Charleston

Developer/owner: Fifth Third Bank

General contractor: Hill Construction

Project description: Upfit of 2,942 square feet on the first floor of The Morris office building. The work includes the interior buildout of an empty shell space to include new walls, ceilings, finishes, furniture, mechanical, electrical and plumbing.


 

(Rendering/B Studio Architecture)
(Rendering/B Studio Architecture)

Freshstart Limehouse

3000 Marisco Dr.

Summerville

Developer/owner: Freshstart Limehouse, James Island

Architects: B Studio Architecture, North Charleston

General contractor: Charleston Custom Builders, James Island

Engineers: Constantine Engineering (MEP); Earthsource (civil); Tobias & West (structural)

Project manager: Charleston

Estimated completion date: Spring 2025

Estimated total cost of project: $10 million

Project description: This multifamily project includes four buildings surrounding a central pedestrian space. The exterior is a mix of brick and cementitious siding. The 48 units are partially funded by South Carolina Housing and bring a multifamily option to the area.


 

(Photo/Gulf Stream Construction)
(Photo/Gulf Stream Construction)

Forest Acres Drainage Improvements – Phase 2A and Phase 2B

Playground Road

Charleston

General contractor: Gulf Stream Construction Co., Charleston

Engineers: Thomas & Hutton, Mount Pleasant (civil, structural, survey, water resources, water and wastewater)

Project manager: Thomas & Hutton, Mount Pleasant

Estimated completion date: May 2024

Estimated total cost of project: $10.2 million

Project description: Phase 2A and 2B of the West Ashley improvements project will extend from Playground Road to Highway 61, including improvements to box culverts, channels and secondary systems. These improvements will provide flood relief to the Forest Acres and 5th Avenue drainage basins in West Ashley, which were previously serviced by an undersized pump station.

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