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Upstate Under Construction: Spring 2013


Staff Report
Published March 13, 2013

Upstate Under Construction provides a sample of projects recently completed or currently under construction in the Upstate. This feature is published quarterly in GSA Business to highlight investment and economic activity.

To submit a project for consideration in a future edition of Upstate Under Construction, send information to gsanews@scbiznews.com. Include the name and city of the developer, architect, general contractor and engineer, along with the estimated completion date, estimated cost, a brief description of the project and a high-resolution photo.

Upstate Under Construction

1330 Boiling Springs Road, Spartanburg1330 Boiling Springs Road,
Spartanburg

Upstate Lung & Critical Care Specialists and South Carolina Pharmaceutical Research completed two facilities at North Grove Medical Park in Spartanburg. Upstate Lung’s 14,344-square-foot office includes exam rooms, triage, radiology, a plethysmography or body box room, and associated nursing and administrative space. S.C. Pharmaceutical Research’s 12,843-square-foot facility includes laboratory space, a body box room, sleep study area and administrative offices.

General contractor: Clayton Construction Co., Spartanburg
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, Spartanburg
Engineers: LandArt Design Group, Spartanburg; Don Worley, Spartanburg; Wade Crow, Spartanburg; Matrix Engineering, Spartanburg; and Steve Parks, Spartanburg
Completion: February
Estimated cost: 3.7 million

15650 Wells Highway, Seneca15650 Wells Highway,
Seneca

The project is a new prototype for the High Volume chain of convenience stores based in Anderson. This store utilizes building materials native to this region. The store is approximately 4,500 square feet and has a second phase for retail development of another 5,000 square feet.

Developer: Rekha Enterprises LLC, Anderson

General contractor: Unique Builders, Greer

Architect: Ellis Group Architecture, Greenville

Engineer: Goldie & Associates, Seneca

Estimated completion: May

Estimated cost: $1.9 million


924 Cheek Road, Gray Court 924 Cheek Road,
Gray Court

This Addison Homes property is being built to EarthCraft House Energy Star ratings and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Indoor Air Plus standards. Additionally, it will be certified to the U.S. Department of Energy’s new Challenge Home performance program, making it 40% to 50% more efficient than a typical home. This 5,100-square-foot home will have an estimated $135 monthly utility bill.

Developer: Addison Homes, Greenville
Estimated completion: March 25
Estimated cost: $325,000

103 Mill Creek Road, Piedmont


103 Mill Creek Road,
Piedmont

This Addison Homes property is being built to EarthCraft House Energy Star ratings and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Indoor Air Plus standards. Additionally, it will be certified to the U.S. Department of Energy’s new Challenge Home performance program, making it 40% to 50% more efficient than a typical home.

Developer: Addison Homes, Greenville
Estimated completion: May 1
Estimated cost: $330,000


309 Gower St., Greenville309 Gower St.,
Greenville

The new St. Anthony Catholic School building is two stories and 32,000 square feet. It is designed for low maintenance and high sustainability. The interior will consist of classrooms and offices and a monumental stairway to the second floor. There will be conference and gathering areas, a gymnasium and a cafeteria with commercial kitchen.

General contractor: Yeargin Potter Shackelford Construction, Greenville
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith, Greenville
Engineer: Peritus Engineers & Associates, Greenville; Burdette Engineering Inc., Greenville; Britt Peters & Associates Inc., Greenville; and EAS Professionals Inc., Greenville
Estimated completion: April 15
Estimated cost: $4.6 million

390 Keowee School Road, Seneca

390 Keowee School Road,
Seneca

Hospice of the Foothills is building a 10,000-square-foot addition that will include a full commercial kitchen, dining area, meeting space and palliative care doctor’s office. The addition also will include a shell space for 10 future resident rooms.

Developer: Oconee Medical Center

General contractor: Trehel Corp., John Cox, Clemson

Architect: Signature Architects, Frank Travaglio, Clemson

Engineer: Britt, Peters & Associates, Greenville

Estimated completion: August

Estimated cost: $1.9 million

Career and Technology Center, Williamston

Career and Technology Center,
Williamston

The Anderson Districts I & II Career and Technology Center is updating the front of its building to give the center a more modern look and highlight the Project Lead the Way program. The new addition will provide new administration space and will spotlight the center’s traditional graphic arts program.

General contractor: Matrix Construction, Anderson
Architect: Craig Gaulden Davis, Greenville
Engineers: John Arrowood, Arrowood and Arrowood, Greenville; James Joye, Carolina Engineering Solutions, Greenville; and Sam Stephens, Carolina Engineering Group, Greenville
Estimated completion: Spring
Estimated cost: $1.37 million

Highways 130 and 183, Salem

Highways 130 and 183,
Salem

Keowee Key Property Owner’s Association recently opened its newly constructed and renovated amenities, including a 4,000-square-foot North Marina Pool Complex with office space, a store, a kitchen and a community social area. Other upgrades include four new tennis courts, four pickleball courts, community green space and a 3,000-square-foot, zero-entry pool.

Developer: Keowee Key Property Owner’s Association

General contractor: Hogan Construction, Greenville

Architect: DP3 Architects Ltd., Greenville

Completion: February

310 John Martin Road, Spartanburg

310 John Martin Road,
Spartanburg

This 90,000-square-foot, tilt-up concrete structure will serves as a storage and distribution center for Sally Beauty Supply.  

General contractor: Frampton & Associates Inc. Charleston
Architect: McMillan Pazdan Smith, Greenville
Estimated completion: June
Estimated cost: $3 million

 

420 River St.,
Lockhart

Lockhart Power and its parent corporation, Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, are building a new 6600-square-foot headquarters next to its existing hydroelectric and steam plants in Lockhart. The project will utilize efficient construction, including efficient mechanical and electrical systems. It includes administrative offices, a new customer service center and a company meeting room which will be made available for use by community members.

Developer: Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Spartanburg

General contractor: Trehel Corp., John Cox, Clemson

Architect: Signature Architects, Frank Travaglio, Clemson

Engineer: Britt Peters & Associates, Greenville

Estimated completion: October

Estimated cost: $1.2 million

Woodmont High School,
Greenville

Greenville County Schools is adding 14 classrooms to accommodate increasing enrollment, as well as adding space for drama, ROTC and science and computer labs. Originally completed in 2005, the school features a multifunctional commons area that is flanked by a 2,000-seat gymnasium, a 675-seat auditorium and a kitchen.

General contractor: Matrix Construction, Anderson

Architect: Craig Gaulden Davis, Greenville

Engineers: Michael M. Simpson and Associates, Greenville; Carolina Engineering Solutions, Greenville; Delta Engineering Inc., Greenville; and Caliber Engineering Inc., Greenville

Estimated completion: Spring

Estimated cost: $5.5 million

 

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