Philip Simmons High School is a new 219,000 square foot school in the Berkeley County School District that sits on a 107-acre property. Landmark Construction Company’s scope of work includes clearing and grubbing the site, erosion control/grassing, earthwork, building pad construction, storm drainage installation, sanitary sewer installation, water distribution system installation, and roadway/parking lot construction.
Nexton Development is a 4,500-acre, mixed-use community located in Berkeley County’s city of Summerville. The destination offers infrastructure/roadways, businesses, homes, apartments, parks, and schools. Landmark Construction provided site work, concrete and utility contractor services for many projects within Nexton including: Nexton Phase 1A Courtyard Marriott Site Development Carolina Ale House Site Development Parks Apartments Site Development Sigma […]
Landmark constructed the deep foundations for Unit 4 FGD pollution control expansion project at Santee Cooper’’s Winyah Electric Generating Station. The scope of work included significant dewatering, excavation, large scale shoring, rebar placement, technical concrete form work, structural steel embeds, mass concrete placement, anchor bolts and imported backfill installation. The project was highlighted by three […]
The Charleston Naval Weapons Station chose Landmark Construction as its site work, utilities, and concrete contractor for the addition of seven rail lines, a concrete staging platform and incidental related work at its Rail Yard. Significant site work was required, including demolition, grading, excavation, cement soil stabilization, and aggregate base course. Several utility lines were […]
TBC Corp. selected Landmark Construction as its site work, soil stabilization, concrete, and utility contractor for its 1.1M-SF Tire Kingdom distribution center in Summerville, SC. Landmark constructed over two million SF of building pads for three buildings, 3,400 LF of two and four lane roadway, and a complete utility system including water, sewer, and fire […]