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Total value of South Carolina construction projects currently in our database:

Commercial Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$12,224,381,530
Bid Phase:$118,163,747
Post-Bid:$30,813,523,364
Civil Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$606,394,496
Bid Phase:$241,177,500
Post-Bid:$8,479,763,126



Office Project Case Study in South Carolina

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Project Overview

Project Title:Belle Hall
Estimated Value:$2,300,000
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Project Location

State:South Carolina
County:Charleston
City:Mount Pleasant
Address:1671 Bele Isle Ave

Project Type

Building Category:Offices, Shopping Centers, Mixed Use
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Belle Hall is a 68-acre mixed-use development with retail, commercial, office, and residential components. The shopping center is anchored by regional and national retailers Harris Teeter grocery store, PetSmart, Ross Dress for Less, and Stein Mart. The development contains over 100,000 sq. ft. of premium retail space, outparcels, 126,000 square feet of business and medical office space, and associated parking areas. Two separate areas of residential space are contained in the development. Adjacent to the retail center, Alexan Belle Hall, a 240-unit apartment community, was completed in 2002. The apartment community shares an access road with the commercial uses, which reduced economic and environmental impacts to both developments. One Belle Hall, a 59-unit residential condominium project was completed in 2007. The Town of Mount Pleasant wanted a "unified" public green within the project but the land shape required that the park space be divided by a drive isle. One-way circulation was implemented to reduce the amount of separation between the park spaces and a circular specialty paving crosswalk configuration was designed to connect the park spaces visually, ultimately satisfying the Towns wishes and gaining project approval. The master plan created by Seamon Whiteside + Associates was designed around the approximate 20 acres of wetlands and buffers, which make up almost 30% of the entire site. Project coordination and programming was completed to assist with blending the separate development efforts, thereby reducing overlapping costs and increasing time and construction efficiency.

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