Charleston South Carolina
Donley’s worked with Turner Brownstone on the new International African American Museum in Charleston. The project is new construction of a 41,760 square foot elevated building, containing 22,280 square feet of exhibit space and 10,175 square feet of support and research space on the main floor with a 7,610 square feet of office/mechanical penthouse.
DCG has recently been awarded a contract for the College of Charleston- Rita Hollings Science Center Build-Out. The project is an up-fit to the existing facility; with construction start in December 2015 and completion in May 2016.
Donley’s Concrete Group scope of work includes:
- new pile caps
- grade beams
- seismic beams over micro piles
- slab on grade
- elevated structural composite concrete decks
- topping slabs in the existing facility
Donley’s Concrete Group served as concrete contractor to Lend Lease on a three building expansion of Bishop Gadsden’s retirement community, The Quay, in Charleston, South Carolina. The new 4-story buildings will add 45 residential flats to the community.
Donley’s scope of work included:
- typical pile cap foundations
- grade beams
- retaining and shear walls
- cast-in-place post-tensioned elevated decks supporting frame construction
The Quay is the latest addition to the Bishop Gadsden Episcopal Retirement Community, a thriving continuing care retirement community, which offers apartment and cottage living, assisted living and healthcare. Bishop Gadsden is located just 10 minutes from downtown Charleston. Nationally recognized for its architectural design and community service commitment, Bishop Gadsden offers the amenities, support and freedom to a community of more than 450 residents.