Category: Charleston

Prefabrication 2.0: Resetting the Construction Supply Chain

Once dismissed by skeptics as a risky idea destined to diminish construction quality, prefabrication is now universally embraced as an industry best practice. Companies in all building sectors are investing in it, clients are intrigued by its savings potential, and the field staff is integrating it in ways that will forever change the traditional supply […]

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  • Charleston
  • Florida
  • Miami
  • offsite prefabrication
  • prefabrication
  • South Carolina
  • supply chain management

National Association of Minority Contractors names Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital Project of the Year

The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) South Carolina Chapter has recognized the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital as “Project of the Year Award.” According to Allen Brown, marketing chair of the South Carolina chapter of NAMC, the award is based on three categories: access, advocacy and capacity building. Jean-Marc Villain, with MUSC Supplier Diversity, […]

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  • Brownstone
  • Charleston
  • Cumming
  • Jean-Marc Villain
  • Medical University of South Carolina
  • MUSC
  • NAMC
  • National Association of Minority Contractors
  • Pearl Tourville Women's Pavilion
  • Robins & Morton
  • Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital
  • South Carolina

Many Reasons to Thrive: A Touching Encounter for Workers and Families

Construction workers from Robins & Morton, Cumming and Brownstone and their many subcontractors who are building the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion in Charleston, S.C., took an endearing break Wednesday, May 17, to meet some of the children and families who have been impacted by the expert care at […]

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  • Charleston
  • MUSC
  • Pearl Tourville Women's Pavilion
  • Robins & Morton
  • Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital
  • South Carolina
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