Renovation of Old Warehouse moves Company Headquarters to Bluff Road in Columbia, SC.
Softdocs newly renovated headquarters, only steps away from Williams Brice Stadium, was recently completed. Softdocs has 64 employees and plans to add 25 or 30 more over the next 18 months. The present employees include 15 software developers, 10 salespeople and the rest support services, training and troubleshooting technicians, many of whom live outside the state.
Boyer Construction is proud of the 20,000 square-foot renovation project, which converted an existing textile warehouse into modern office space. The project featured a new front facade of the building with brick veneer and curtain wall windows, decorative epoxy coating over existing concrete floors, open ceilings with exposed duct work, and storefront offices throughout. The rear warehouse space was also converted into a tailgating/rental area for local events.
As Softdocs continues to grow, their current client list includes Midlands Technical Collage in Columbia, all 58 North Carolina Community Colleges, and Central Texas College – which is one of the largest community college in the nation, boasting 85,000 students. Softdocs has even landed California’s Cabrillo College, located in Silicon Valley – the software capital of the world.
BOYER CONSTRUCTION POLISHES OFF ROCK SALT RESTAURANT IN CHARLOTTE
Rock Salt is open for business in the Park Road Shopping Center. The eatery offers seafood from the Carolinas and Virginia. The menu also features local fare such as poultry, meats, cheeses and grains.
“WE THINK IT’S A GOOD NICHE WE HAVE HERE”
says owner Travis Croxton.
Rock Salt operates under the umbrella of his Rappahannock Oyster Co. Croxton is a fourth-generation oyster farmer and is providing farm-raised oysters to the establishment.
He notes the restaurant is small at 2,100 square feet, but it features a large patio that overlooks Sugar Creek.
“I LIKE HOW QUAINT AND COZY IT IS INSIDE”
Inside the decor has a rustic feel, with locally made banquettes, tables and chairs playing a primary role. The restaurant will seat 60 inside, including 20 at the bar. Outside, patio seating will accommodate up to 100.
THE RESTAURANT SPACE FORMERLY HOUSED A DRY CLEANER. “IT TOOK A LOT OF VISION TO TRANSFORM IT”
FLORENCE PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY BREAKS GROUND FOR HEALTH CENTER EXPANSION
The Florence Presbyterian Community broke ground July 23rd on a major expansion of its Health Center. The 14,489 sq. foot addition will include 25 private, Medicare-certified rooms, an advanced therapy center and updated dining venue. Upon completion in Fall 2015, the Florence Health Center will accommodate 44 total residents requiring rehabilitative services or long term nursing care. Older adults throughout the Pee Dee recovering from an accident, illness or surgery will be able to use their Medicare Part A benefits for post-acute care at the Florence Presbyterian Community Health Center. “Our mission, ‘to enrich the quality of life for seniors of all faiths, is lived out through important expansions such as these,” said Kathy Ligon, President of PCSC. “Enhancing our Health Care centers enables our ministry to better serve our current residents while also accommodating a larger number of people who can benefit from the compassionate, Christian care that Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina (PCSC) offers.”
– Pictured from left to right: Rev. Dr. John Brearley, Trustee; Mr. Brian Boyer, Boyer Construction; Dr. Allen McCutchen, Trustee; Mr. Furman Brodie, Former Trustee; Mrs. Lola Faye Craig, Former Trustee; Mrs. Rhonda Sanders, Director of Nursing; Mr. William Timberlake, Trustee Emeritus; and Mr. Walt Hickman, Administrator
The Community Facility is a showcase of architectural and design excellence.
COLUMBIA, SC – Feb 13, 2012 – Lake Carolina’s The Lake House was awarded a Best in American Living Silver Award, which was announced in Orlando, FL.
The Best in American Living Awards, BALA, spotlight the most creative and innovative builders, remodelers, designers, developers, land planners and interior designers in the nation. The facility was honored in the “Community Facility” category for design and architectural excellence.
The Lake House was built in 2011 on the shores of Lake Carolina, a 200-acre lake surrounded by a residential master-plan containing 36 distinctive residential neighborhoods. Designed by Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh and Associates, of Atlanta, and built by Boyer Commercial Construction of Columbia, SC, The Lake House may be rented for parties, weddings, corporate events or meetings.
The building is over 3,200 square feet. The facility and its surrounding area contain a catering kitchen, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, dock, beach, patio and lawn. The space can accommodate up to 300 guests but is flexible for small gatherings as well.
Mike Davis (far right) at the 2011 Historic Charlotte Preservation Award Ceremony. Mike’s efforts on the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Renovation Project received the Preservation Commercial Award from the Historic Charlotte Foundation.
“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
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