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THS Constructors Tops Out on New 100,000 SF Greenwood Speculative Building
Greenwood County, S.C. – (August 20, 2020) – THS Constructors, Inc, one of the Southeast’s leading design-build construction firms, continues to make progress on the new, 100,000 square-foot industrial speculative building for Greenwood County in the North Greenwood Industrial Park. Grading for the site has been completed and THS topped out the steel structure on Monday, August 3.
THS broke ground on the project in May of 2020 and has cleared 35 acres next to Highway 25N in preparation for the new industrial park. The facility will be pre-cast concrete and expandable to 200,000 SF, with an additional 50,000 SF pad located at the rear of the property. The project is on schedule for completion in November 2020.
Greenwood County Council Chairman, Steve Brown, said, “Greenwood County is constantly looking to attract new business and employment opportunities for its residents.
In this effort, we are pleased to partner with THS Constructors in the building of the North Greenwood Industrial Park Speculative Building. Funded by the Capital Project Sales Tax, this building and the future tenant will be a strong investment in the Greenwood County economy.”
The design-build team for the project includes McMillan Pazdan Smith, Arrowood & Arrowood, Davis & Floyd, Thomas Mechanical, and Walker & Whiteside.
Entities interested in purchasing the building should contact interim Economic Development Director, James Bateman, at 864-942-8699 or 864-942-8501 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About THS Constructors, Inc.
THS Constructors, Inc. (www.thsconstructors.com) provides design-build, design-bid-build, and construction management services to clients in the industrial, distribution, healthcare, office, research and development, and retail markets. The company serves clients in North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. Upstate SC native and construction industry veteran Howard Suitt founded THS Constructors in 2005.