Frampton Construction completes $13 million Charleston County expansion

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North Carolina Construction News staff writer

Frampton Construction, a full-service construction firm, has completed a $12.9 million expansion in Charleston County.

“Our decision to build our new office in Charleston County is a testament to our commitment to our people,” said Frampton Construction President and CEO Chad Frampton. “They are the heart and soul of Frampton Construction and drive every choice we make.

“For nearly three decades, Frampton Construction has proudly called Charleston home, and our new office is a reflection of our deep roots and enduring dedication to our people and our community.”

The 40,000-square-foot facility, located at 9705 Highway 78, Suite 105, in Ladson, will be the company’s flagship office and will set the standard for other Frampton offices now and in the future. The facility, which is constructed of concrete tilt walls with glass curtainwall, wood, and metal panels at the storefront entrances, features a golf simulator room, a training center, a gym, a café, and a barbershop. Frampton Construction will occupy 18,000 square feet of the facility. There is also additional tenant office space.

“Congratulations to Frampton Construction on building a solid foundation in South Carolina. We look forward to seeing this expansion’s impact on Charleston County and our entire state,” said Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.

LS3P served as the architect for the project, and Hoyt & Berenyi served as civil engineer.

Founded in 1993, Frampton Construction offers planning and design support as well as preconstruction and construction services for the commercial, industrial and manufacturing market sectors. The company is enlarging its manufacturing business unit and expanding the support staff dedicated to growing and developing Frampton team members.

The company purchased land and built a 40,000-square-foot facility at 9705 Highway 78 in Ladson. The company also has offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and Tampa, Florida.

“Frampton Construction’s announcement demonstrates how the company’s dedication to thorough planning and innovative design doesn’t just shape buildings; it shapes the very fabric of our community,” said Herbert Ravenel Sass III, Charleston county council chairman.

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