Charleston, SC (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
Coastal Carolina Family Dentistry broke ground Tuesday, May 17, 2011 on its new $2.1 million site located just steps away from their current office. The family dentistry practice, owned and operated by Dr. Carrie Niemann and David Niemann, will be moving into their new office built by Harbor Contracting (http://www.HarborContracting.net) in April 2012. The building will be located at the Coosaw Pointe Professional Park and will have additional professional space available for lease.
David Niemann said they have been planning the two-building development with Harbor Contracting for several years. “It was just a matter of finding the right site close enough to our current patients”, he said, and that it now made sense to start the project. Boeing Company is set to add several thousand more jobs beginning this summer when its new Dreamliner assembly plant opens in North Charleston. “We’ve had an increase in patients here since Boeing arrived, and the majority of their employees still haven’t come yet,” he said. He plans to hire three to four new employees when construction is finished.
Peter McKellar, owner of Harbor Contracting, pointed out that it is good news that a new building is coming up in the city of North Charleston. Not too many people are building in this economy, he said, and the construction of this site is expected to require 150 building-trade employees.
North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey attended the event, as well as representatives from the North Charleston planning office, the lender South Carolina Bank & Trust, and news media including ABC TV Channel 4, the Charleston Post and Courier and Live5news.com.
Harbor Contracting, LLC is a commercial general contracting firm serving dental, office, health care, retail, resort, educational, industrial and governmental clients throughout the South Carolina Lowcountry for over 25 years. Headquartered in Mount Pleasant, SC, the firm is fully bonded and insured with an unlimited General Contractor’s License Classification.
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