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North Charleston Charter High School/ Lean4Life 6209 Rivers Ave., North Charleston Developer/owner: Learn4Life, Charleston Architects: Stubbs, Muldrow, Herin Architects, Mount Pleasant General contractor: SouthCon Building Group LLC, Mount Pleasant Engineers: DWG Inc., Mount Pleasant (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) Estimated completion date: September 2021 This project includes the renovation of an existing 7,000 square-foot tenant space with a conversion to a new charter high school that involves demolishing existing walls, ceilings, and finishes to be replaced with new drywall partitions, reconfiguration and expansion of existing MEP systems and the installation of new acoustical ceilings, flooring, and wood doors, frames and hardware. CODFather II- Nexton interior restaurant upfit 508 Nexton Square, Summerville Developer/owner: The CODFather Proper Fish & Chips II LLC, Summerville Architects: Alan Jackson Architect LLC, Mount Pleasant General contractor: SouthCon Building Group LLC, Mount Pleasant Engineers: EPIC Engineering Solutions, Mount Pleasant (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) Estimated completion date: September 2021 This project includes design and build work for 2,571 square-feet of shell building restaurant upfit. The interior build-out will include a full kitchen/cook line, prep kitchen, walk-in cooler and freezer, dining room and a full-service bar area. The project also includes decorative flooring, light gauge metal framing, new kitchen equipment, fire protection, rooftop HVAC equipment and ducts, new electrical panels and devices, fire alarms and security.

1280 Hospital Drive Suites 300 and 301 1280 Hospital Drive, Mount Pleasant Developer/owner: Healthcare Trust of America, Charleston General contractor: Chastain Construction, Inc., Charleston Estimated completion date: September 2021 Estimated total cost of project:$76,000 The renovation of this 8,970 square-foot space includes the demolition and renovation of walls, custom casework, new solid-surface countertops, fire-rated doors and frames, hardware, acoustical panel ceiling, flooring, painting, HVAC, lighting, plumbing and fire protection.

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Lowcountry Endoscopy Center 207 McBride Lane, Summerville Developer/owner: Charleston GI Real Estate Holdings, Summerville Architects: Stubbs Muldrow Herin Architects, Mount Pleasant General contractor: M.B. Kahn Construction, Charleston This project includes new construction and site work for a 13,000 square-foot center on 2 acres. The building will be the first free-standing endoscopy center owned and operated by independent, board-certified gastroenterologists in Berkeley County. The interior features locally-sourced and reclaimed materials such as barnwood with stainless steel and other medical grade finishes throughout. The exterior features exposed beams and barn-door-look finishes.

Seascape villa renovation 3555 Shipwatch Drive, Kiawah Island Architects: Camens Architectural Group, Charleston Project Manager: R.M. Buck Builders LLC, Johns Island General contractor: R.M. Buck Builders LLC, Johns Island Estimated completion date: Recently completed The renovation of this second-floor, oceanfront villa included the addition of a new structural floor to create an elevated loft space. The outdoor screen porch was converted to a bright, indoor living area. All exterior windows were replaced with new impact-rated windows and a new customized layout of the kitchen and a redesign of the master bath were constructed.

Smith Dray Line industrial facility 8350 Patriot Blvd., North Charleston Developer/owner: Smith Dray Line & Storage Co., North Charleston

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