Gilbane will lead the $300M South Carolina Health Sciences Campus Construction

Gilbane will lead the $300M South Carolina Health Sciences Campus Construction

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Contractor expects completion of the Columbia University of South Carolina project by 2027.

Publié Jan. 4, 2023

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The University of South Carolina campus building. The building was built in a brownish stone and is more old than it looks. It shines brightly on a sunny day.

Columbia, South Carolina: The University of South Carolina’s School of Medicine Columbia is located at the VA Hospital Campus Campus on Garners Ferry Road.

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Project: BullStreet Campus, University of South Carolina health sciences campus
Location:Columbia, South Carolina
Value:$300 Million
Client:University of South Carolina

Gilbane Building Co., a Rhode Island-based company, has been selected by the University of South Carolina to plan, develop, and construct the campus’ health sciences campus. It will be located in Columbia’s BullStreet District. According to a University press release.

According to the press release, the company will serve as the principal developer of the project that will span approximately 292,000 sq. feet. Construction will begin in 2025 and be completed in 2027.

Initial stages of the campus for health sciences will feature a building that houses the School of Medicine Columbia, as well as a building housing a multidisciplinary research facility. According to university, the long-term goals for the campus of 181 acres include the construction of a brain center on top the McCausland Centre for Brain Imaging.

Gilbane will be working alongside a number of local partners, including several minority- and women-owned businesses. Columbia-based Brownstone Design and Construction Group and Cummings will manage the project.

The company isn’t the first to venture into the Gamecocks construction process. Gilbane and USC have collaborated for more than 17 years with seven projects being completed on campus, according the release.

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