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13Jun. 2019


Boyer Construction has broke ground for a new fire station on Childs St. in Irmo, SC. This location will be the only one of the west of the train tracks that go down St. Andrew Road, and Lake Murray Blvd.  The site is 1.3 acres and will contain a single, one story pre-engineered metal structure, landscaping, parking, and a detention pond.


Press release:

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2Mar. 2018


Ingleside Medical Office Building is a three story, 15,664 SF medical office building located just off University Blvd. in North Charleston, SC.  Designed by Eric Garris of Bello Garris Architects, the medical office building is the first of a multi-phased project on the rapidly growing Ingleside Blvd.  The building is scheduled for a 1st Quarter 2019 delivery.

17Jan. 2018


Boyer Commercial Construction recently finished the 15,400 square-foot historical renovation of 1634 Main street in the heart of downtown Columbia.  Renovation to the exterior and complete office build-out will serve as the future headquarters of Cyber Woven.

Also completed was the 3 story 11,035 square-foot building located at 1325 Park Street, in the middle of the Vista.  The historic renovation of 1325 Park Street included interior renovations, historically accurate replacement windows, and the addition of an elevator.  This will serve as the new location for the office of Belser & Belser, PA

26Jan. 2017


You can read the press release here.

From the Post & Courier:

Adding to the wave of new and expanding retirement communities in the Charleston area, a longtime Summerville facility plans to add a new independent living wing and replace an existing facility for long-term care, short-term rehabilitation, post-acute care and memory support services.The Village at Summerville, one of five Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina, plans to build a new 18-unit independent living structure and attach it to the main building at 201 W. 9th North St.

Footings for the new 27,245-square-foot structure, called Grand Oak Way, are expected to be poured in early February. The $6.5 million facility will house new residents beginning in 2018.

The Village at Summerville currently offers 92 independent-living units, 95 assisted-living rooms and 88 skilled nursing, or long-term care, spaces.

Next month, the facility is expected to announce it will build a new skilled nursing facility with the same number of rooms, though larger, on an additional 48 acres it recently acquired. It will replace the existing building, Carter said.

The new independent-living wing will offer one- and two-bedroom options ranging from 854 square feet to 1,117 square feet, Carter said. The units will include spacious kitchens, equipped laundry rooms and covered patios and decks.

“In addition, some of the apartments will have a lovely view of the pond,” Carter said.

The wing will include a bistro dining venue as well.

Boyer Commercial Construction of Columbia has been contracted to build the new facility.

The new wing is the first major addition to the retirement facility since it built a wellness center and indoor pool in 2005, according to Kathy Ligon, president and CEO of Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina.

“PCSC is meeting a growing need for senior housing in the Summerville area while continuing to expand our mission and ministry,” Ligon said.

The retirement facility is open to all faiths, and those interested in living in the new wing can call the community to be put on a waiting list.

The expansion comes at a time when more than a dozen new retirement facilities are planned or under construction in the Charleston area to help meet the demands of caring for aging baby boomers and those retiring to the Lowcountry.

“Boyer Construction has the skill to anticipate situations that can arise during the course of construction. They have the experience to provide solutions and the ability to get things done. I feel that Boyer Construction would be an asset to any business that chooses to engage their services.”

J.P. Scurry, Colliers International
Vice President Retail Services Group