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Fraser Construction is proud to have been the general contractor for The Bayshore on Hilton Head Island. “The Bayshore”, an independent and assisted living facility will open on June 26, 2017. A public open house will take place on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Construction began in January 2016 and a topping out ceremony was held in July 2016 for this new 126 unit, 153,000 sq.ft., five story senior living facility. “The Bayshore” will offer its residents who initially choose to live independently the ability to receive assisted living services while remaining in their own unit and not having to relocate to another unit.
Four levels of assisted living are also available, with services including medicine management, assistance with daily tasks, or more hands-on care.
“The Bayshore” will offer its residents facilities and amenities that will serve them today and in the future as their requirements change.
Amenities available to its residents will include:
There is no buy-in fee, and the one-bedroom and two-bedroom units are monthly rentals.
Conficare, a senior living development and investment company has selected Fraser Construction to build Sprenger Health Care’s new 105 unit senior living healthcare campus located in Bluffton, South Carolina, neighboring Sun City Hilton Head. This state of the art facility will contain 60 private skilled nursing units and 45 assisted living units. Construction is expected to take 12 to 14 months and the new campus is scheduled to open in 2nd quarter of 2018. For more information about Sprenger Health Care Systems, please visit www.sprengerhealthcare.com. For more information about Conficare, please visit www.conficare.com.
During the 2016 Southern Coast Heart Ball, the local chapter of the American Heart Association honored Jay, Laura, and Virginia Fraser as our Open Your Heart family and they graciously shared their story to the guests of the Heart Ball that year.
At the 2017 Southern Coast Heart Ball, Jay and Laura were our Open Your Heart Chairs and helped us with the campaign to raise money for our mission.
USCB officials broke ground on its planned new campus Friday, February 10 at 11 a.m. at 21 Office Park Road, Hilton Head Island, SC.
The planned facility will house USCB’s hospitality management program, including undergraduate education, a center for the hospitality industry and executive education, a teaching and learning facility for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and a civic gathering place. The facility will feature state-of-the-art classrooms, a demonstration kitchen, beverage laboratory, fabrication laboratory and classroom for distance education.
“The University of South Carolina Beaufort is continuing a 30-year partnership with Hilton Head Island, with the groundbreaking marking a significant milestone in our history, and we can’t be more pleased,” Chancellor Al Panu said.
“I am delighted that we have so many of our wonderful partners at the groundbreaking today that helped make this dream a reality. We know that this partnership with the Island will be impactful and transformative for our region.”
The Grand Opening was held on Wednesday, 2/15/2017. Fire Chief John Thompson provided welcoming comments followed by Deputy Chief Paul Boulware, Battalion Chief Steve McKinley and Joe Fraser, President of Fraser Construction.
It was a well attended event and elected officials from the Town of Bluffton and Beaufort County were acknowledged.
The new facility was dedicated to Robert (Bob) Rogers, Bluffton Township Fire District Board of Director, 1998 – 2015. Mr. Rogers began his service to the Bluffton Community on May 1, 1995 as a volunteer firefighter. On December 14, 1998 he was appointed to the Bluffton Township Fire Board where he served until his untimely death on November 20, 2015. His wife Vera and son Robert were presented a plague in honor of his dedicated life of service to the District.
The ceremony concluded with a ribbon cutting by Mrs. Vera Rogers.
This project was implemented using the design-build method of project delivery. Key members of the project delivery team were staff of the BTFD (Owner), Fraser Construction (Design-Builder/General Contractor), Court Atkins Group (Architect) and Ward Edwards (Civil Engineer).
Fraser Construction Company, LLC, a Bluffton, SC based commercial general contractor is a designated Butler Builder® for the counties of Beaufort and Jasper.
Butler Manufacturing™ is a building-solutions company providing the design, manufacture and marketing of metal building systems for commercial construction. Their systems play a part in buildings within the commercial, community, industrial, and agricultural markets. Butler issues a periodic publication titled “Building Profit” that features the use and application of its products and solutions.
The Fall/Winter 2016 issue of “Building Profit” featured several projects highlighting their innovative and flexible design advantages. One of the projects featured was Bluffton Township Fire District’s new Fire Station No. 30.
“Timeless” building meets multiple needs.
Imagine a community that is fast growing, yet has a rich history and a commitment to historic preservation. Put it in the potential hurricane. Add in humidity, subtropical weather and corrosive salt air.
Now, design and build a new fire station for this community that makes a statement, serves firefighters’ needs and keeps taxpayer concerns in mind.
The Bluffton Township Fire District met these challenges and more with its new Fire Station No. 30 in downtown Bluffton, South Carolina. Working with Butler Builder® Fraser Construction Company, LLC, the fire district constructed a new station that delights fire fighters and townspeople alike.
“We wanted a building that was timeless – that could stand for 50 years and still fit with the historic look of our downtown area. Thanks to Fraser Construction and Butler Manufacturing, we definitely achieved that goal,” said John Thompson, Fire Chief of the Bluffton Township Fire District. “We’re received a lot of positive comments from the community.”
Fraser Construction awarded contract to renovate and expand the Hilton Head Island Recreation Center.
Construction of the long-planned expansion of the Island Recreation Center on Hilton Head's north end began with a ground breaking ceremony on January 5, 2017. The Discovery Club Preschool dug up sand from the playground after Board of Directors President Alan Perry, Mayor Pro-Tem Kim Likins and Mayor David Bennet spoke at the event.
The renovation and expansion will completely redesign the center and triple the facility's size to about 46,000 square feet.
The new facility will include a full-size gymnasium with retractable bleachers, a second-floor running track and exercise areas, expanded office space, a climbing wall, new basketball and tennis courts, and new field lighting.
The changes will now expand the parking lot behind Hilton Head High School, relocate the tennis courts that are there now and shift plans for a playground to behind the existing recreation center building, according to the plans.
Fraser Construction has broken ground on the Bluffton Township Fire Department’s new vehicle maintenance facility. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on February 21st with Chief John Thompson dedicating the building to the late Fire commissioner Robert Rogers.
The facility will be 12,000 SF with 3 large apparatus maintenance bays, 2 small truck maintenance bays, offices and storage. The site will also have training facility and a fire tower. The design-build team of Fraser Construction, Court Atkins, Cranston Engineering and Optim Engineering came up with a 1 story pre-engineered metal building structure matching the nearby station 30. The project was design over the summer of 2015 while the district secured bond funding, and the pre-engineered steel is on site ready to go while the pad and slab finish up.
Vera Rogers attended the groundbreaking ceremony on behalf of her husband, who died in November. Rogers’ love for being a firefighter began at a young age and followed him throughout his life, from living in Maryland and working in a segregated department to moving to Bluffton and joining the fire district. As he watched Bluffton grow, he pushed for the town to support growth within the district. “If he was here today, he would be very happy because his love became a true thing,” Rogers said. “I am very pleased because he spent so much time in Bluffton and he pushed for so much.”