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Hospitality

Hospitality Construction projects by Brantley Construction Company

Sandlapper 3

Sandlapper 3

Location: North Charleston, SC

Contract Amount:
$416,000

 

Description of Work:

Sandlapper 2

Sandlapper II

Location:
North Charleston, SC

Contract Amount:
$312,264

 

Description of Work:

Sandlapper Building 1

Sandlapper 1

Location:
North Charleston, SC

Contract Amount:
$ 458,534

 

Description of Work:

Project entailed the complete turn-key construction of a 9,750 square foot facility consisting of site clearing, grading, storm drainage and onsite detention, asphalt driveway and parking areas, domestic water and sewer installations, concrete foundation / slab on grade, pre-engineered metal building (65’ wide x 150’ long x 20’ low side eave height), masonry wainscot, glass / storefront systems, metal awnings, interior office finishes, plumbing, HVAC and electrical. Interior finished spaces included offices (2), waiting area / reception, restroom and break area totaling 800+ SF.

Regional Child Development Center

Regional Child Development Center

Location:
Clyde, North Carolina

Contract Amount:
$4,351,336.00

 

Description of Work:

This 19,000 square foot building of brick, precast, and stucco was built on a sloped site. Finish floor is on three levels which vary five feet in height. Glass walls provide natural light in the classrooms. This state of the art child care facility was built to provide child care for state and county employees and to provide child care training. There were no liquidated damages or disputes with this project. Any extra time on the project was due to 20,000 cubic yards of unsuitable soil removal and replacement, and the Owner added some extra work.

Ivy Hall Professional Center

Ivy Hall Professional Center

Location:
Mount Pleasant, SC

Contract Amount:
$1,596,580

 

Description of Work:

This design/build project consists of two one-story buildings totaling approximately 11,000 SF constructed to accommodate dental and medical offices. This project included an upfit that was build-to-suit for an operating room with compressed air and gas, an inpatient/outpatient recovery room, surgical rooms, and clean rooms. The exterior of the buildings are masonry veneer with hardi-plank siding. The roof is asphalt shingles with standing seam metal roofing accents with single ply roof over the flat areas. We worked closely with the Architects and Contractors to incorporate the most economical items into this project.

Walker Residence Hall Elevator Replacement

Walker Residence Hall Elevator Replacement

Location:
Cullowhee NC

Contract Amount:
$450,000

 

Description of Work:

This project called for replacing two elevators in a nine-story residence hall, including heating and air conditioning, fire alarm, electrical work as well as replacing exterior stairs to the elevator equipment room.

Berry Dorm, College of Charleston

Berry Dorm, College of Charleston

Location: Charleston, SC

Contract Amount:
$3,512,000

 

Description of Work:

Brantley Construction sprang into action on this design/build project when the College of Charleston students went home for the summer. With only 90 days to complete a $3 million renovation of Joe E. Berry Hall, every minute counted. Major renovation of dormitory rooms, hallways and communal areas had to be factored into those 90 days. The project construction time schedule did not include the $150,000 in change orders that resulted from unforeseen conditions and Owner requested changes that resulted in only a two-day time extension. The dorm rooms and common areas, activity centers and laundry rooms were updated with state-of-the-art materials and vibrant colors. Brightly painted walls, meticulously laid floors and custom crafted woodwork have replaced the hall’s once gloomy institutional look. It took many seven-day workweeks to complete the project on time. It all came together like clockwork with good planning when, at the end of the summer, 640 female students moved back into the dormitory rooms on schedule. The students, architect and college officials loved the finished product and were very pleased with the project.