Donley’s Heats Up in the North Carolina Market

As Donley’s heats up for summer, we wanted to share our current projects that are continuing our growth in the North Carolina market in 2022.

Link Apartments® Calyx 

Construction Manager: Samet Corporation

Project Size: 130,000 SQFT

Concrete: 6,416 CY

Status: In-Progress

Searstone Phase II

Construction Manager: Clancy & Theys Construction Company

Project Size: 261,000 SQFT

Concrete: 12,392 CY

Status: In-Progress

400 Hillsborough

Construction Manager: Barnhill Contracting Company

Project Size: 715,000 SQFT

Concrete: 28,000 CY

Status: In-Progress

Platform

Construction Manager: Clancy & Theys Construction Company

Project Size: 252,701 SQFT

Concrete: 25,000 CY

Status: In-Progress

The Acorn

Construction Manager: Williams Realty & Building Company

Project Size: 108,500 SQFT

Concrete: 5,500 CY

Status: In-Progress

Spring Leads to New Growth in South Carolina Market

As Donley’s springs into 2022, we wanted to share our recently completed and in-progress projects that are continuing our growth in the South Carolina market.

University of South Carolina Campus Village

Construction Manager: Juneau Construction Company

Donley’s has recently completed its work for Juneau Construction Company at the University of South Carolina Campus Village in Columbia, South Carolina. The Campus Village project is multi-phased development that will offer students a unique living-learning experience and it is the largest project in the university’s history.

Phase I begins with the razing of two mid-century housing structures and two surface parking lots; making way for more than 1,800 beds of student housing, 315,000 square feet of new surface and structured parking, a campus safety office, as well as a new dining facility with over 3,000 seats.

Donley’s scope of work in this phase included the cast-in-place concrete scope for buildings 2, 3, and 4.  We completed 61,000 square feet of SOG; 58,000 square feet of heavy podium slabs with drop heads and 1,300 large embeds; 900 linear feet of 14’ foundation and shear walls and placed over 7,100 cubic yards of concrete over 3 separate buildings. 

The Cooper

Construction Manager: BL Harbert

Donley’s is currently working with BL Harbert on The Cooper Waterfront Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. Located on the Charleston peninsula, The Cooper Hotel will be a six-story, 225-key, 288,000-square-foot hotel featuring a ballroom, conference space, service kitchen, a restaurant, 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space on Concord Street, rooftop lounge, elevated pool, and sea-wall, plus views of the harbor and downtown skyline. For decades, the site was the location of the State Ports Authority headquarters.

Donley’s scope of work on The Cooper includes the use of 14,000 cubic yards of concrete, 18” structural slab on grade, 3 levels of post-tensioned concrete frame, and 4 levels of slab on metal deck. In addition, full-height cast-in-place cores for stairs and elevators.

Click here to view a 360° drone video of the project.

LC Line Street

Construction Manager: Lifestyle Communities

Donley’s is currently working with Lifestyle Communities on developing LC Line Street, a new apartment community, in downtown Charleston. LC Line Street is a multi-phased development with the goal to complement the upper peninsula’s architectural character and cultural feel by highlighting both the original use of the land and current structures as well as the way the future community will build on that history.

Donley’s is working on Phase I of the development. The first phase will include 293 apartment units and 22,000 square feet of community space, including a restaurant with a “community-inspired” menu that will be open to the public, a gym, a coffee shop, and a pool.

Donley’s is providing the structural concrete structure for the project which consists of nine stories of apartments and community space wrapped around seven stories of parking structure. The structure goes two stories below the existing grade which is 3’ below sea level.

Click here to view a drone video of the project.