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Atlas Assists with Binaco Tower - Uptown Charlotte

Atlas Surveying - Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Atlas Surveying is very excited to partner with Binaco International Real Estate and the Doerre team on B Tower, a 5-story retail building that will change the face of 5th Street in Uptown Charlotte. When complete, B Tower will be about 15,000 square feet and each floor will have a balcony area overlooking bustling 5th Street and a 5th floor rooftop terrace. This project is on an extremely tight site and presents several challenges.  As part of the project, we will widen the sidewalk to around 11 feet wide all the way to the intersection of Tryon Street. This will allow the neighboring bars and restaurants, as well as B Tower, to use sidewalk space for additional seating. We are very excited to be part of the team creating this truly transformative project for the Uptown area and Charlotte in general. This project will enhance the “restaurant/bar row” vibe on 5th Street between Church and College Streets. Read More

Atlas Surveying “wraps up” One Hampton Lake As-built

Atlas Surveying - Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Just in time for the holidays, Atlas Surveying has “wrapped up” the final as-built plan for the new 300 unit gated community known as “One Hampton Lake”. The one, two, and three bedroom apartment complex is located off the Bluffton Parkway and on Hampton Lake. Amenities include a saline pool with infinity edge, dog park, 24/7 athletic club, a coworking inspired clubroom, billiards room, amenity deck with lakeside views, social outdoor space with screened-in picnic tables, outdoor fire pits, grilling pavilions, and kayak storage and launch area. Atlas was hired by Southeastern Development and Grand Oaks Construction to layout the complex buildings and amenities, and to provide foundation surveys and as-built plans. Read More

The South Carolina Ports Authority

Atlas Surveying - Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) is currently building the only permitted new container terminal on the U.S. East and Gulf Coasts. Since receiving the final permit approvals in 2007, the Ports Authority has already completed preliminary demolition, site preparation and containment wall construction on the new, 280-acre terminal which, at build out, will boost capacity in the port by a full 50%. About 3.7 million tons of crushed rock have been transported by ship to the construction site from a quarry in Newfoundland. The SCPA recently awarded a $53.8 million contract to a joint venture of Cape Romain Construction and McLean Contracting to build a 1,400-foot berth at the terminal. They will construct ship-to-shore gantry crane rail and support beams, a ship fender system, mooring bollards, water service stations, power cable vaults and conduits, an extension of exisitng stone revetments, and other ancillary works. A second 1,300 foot berth will be finished in 2026 and a third in 2032, capable of handling 2.1 million containers annually. While Leatherman's berth will be the same length as the Wando Welch Terminal, the new terminal can handle 18,000-TEU vessels because of a stronger fender (bumpers that absorb the kinetic energy of a vessel against a berth) and cranes capable of lifting 169 feet high and reaching wider, the port authority said. Read More

Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head

Atlas Surveying - Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Sales have begun in LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE Hilton Head’s Phase 1 that includes 203 home sites. Current plans call for a total of 3,000 homes. LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE Hilton Head is the second of the communities to open. LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE Daytona Beach debuted nine model homes last February, and residents have begun moving into their new homes there. LATITUDE MARGARITAVILLE Hilton Head debuted nine model homes in June. Residents will enjoy walkable neighborhoods, golf-cart friendly streets and a lively Town Center. Music will play an important part in the community, and residents will enjoy live entertainment under the bandshell and dancing in the Latitude Town Square. A state-of-the-art Fins Up! Fitness Center will include aerobics studio, indoor lap pool, spa, group fitness classes, wellness and community programs and more. Read More

Atlas Surveying is now in Greenville/Spartaburg, South Carolina

Atlas Surveying - Thursday, November 08, 2018

We are excited to announce the opening of Atlas Surveying GSP, LLC in Greer, SC. Located conveniently between Greenville and Spartanburg, SC Atlas Surveying, Inc. is a 80+ person land surveying firm with offices in Savannah/Hilton Head, Charleston, Charlotte and now Greenville/Spartanburg. Read More

Clemson Lakeside Lodge, Seneca, SC Atlas Surveying - Friday, November 3, 2018

Atlas Surveying - Monday, November 05, 2018

CLEMSON, S.C. – Lakeside Lodge Clemson, Clemson’s first luxury condo hotel, has broken ground and is now under construction. To date, Lakeside Lodge Clemson has sold more than 55 condominiums resulting in approximately $25 million in sales. “Selling more than 55 condos in under three month’s shows that the Clemson family is excited about this project,” said Leighton Cubbage, one of the developers. “There is nothing else like it and we believe that Lakeside Lodge will be the place to be on game day, lake day or any day! At Lakeside Lodge, you’ll find Clemson fans, alumni, parents and students alike enjoying the pool, grilling and heading out on the water. We are excited to welcome the Clemson family into the Lakeside Lodge family.” Read More

Ridgeland Claude Dean Airport Expansion

Atlas Surveying - Friday, July 27, 2018

Claude Dean was a Ridgeland native, a World War II veteran and chairman of the Jasper County Aeronautics Commission. He died last September at the age of 94 and the airport has been renamed in his honor. The expansion will include a new 4,200-foot runway and convert the current runway into an extended taxiway which will qualify the airport for general aviation, allowing for both commercial and non-commercial aircraft and activity. This classification better integrates the airport and air traffic into the FAA airport system, yet it will not prevent current private aircraft from using the new runway. Read More

Atlas Certifies Distances of New Running Tracks for Effingham & South Effingham High Schools

Victoria Carter - Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Sports Turf Company Inc., who operates out of Whitesburg, Ga, rebuilt both The South Effingham High School Mustangs and the Effingham County High School Rebels running tracks this year. The projects were funded with SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) monies voted on during the 2016 election. The Mustangs’ track circles the football field. The Rebels’ track is behind its football stadium. The old Effingham tracks were asphalt surfaces. The harder surfaces sometimes led to injuries. The new tracks are much more user friendly. With the new tracks it also allows South Effingham and Effingham County to host track events. “It’s exciting. It’s exciting for our kids, our community and our school,” said Mustangs athletic director Jeff Faith, who was a long-distance runner in college at the University of Kansas and later at  Morehead State. “I think it’s special to have a track to call ours,” he said. “This track isn’t just for us, but for the athletes and teams in years to come.” Read More

South Carolina Ports Authority- Drum Island

Victoria Carter - Thursday, May 10, 2018

The South Carolina Ports Authority is constructing the new Hugh K. Leatherman, Sr. Terminal on the Cooper River, in North Charleston, SC. The agency has worked diligently to avoid, minimize and mitigate impacts associated with the construction of this terminal through the permitting process. A major element of the mitigation process is the creation of over 22 acres of new intertidal wetland habitat on a former dredged material containment area (DMCA) located on the southern end of Drum Island in Charleston Harbor. This collaborative project included ecological planning, environmental research/permitting, soil & contaminant testing and coastal & marine engineering to plan and design a sustainable habitat that would withstand the weather and tidal conditions prevailing at the site. The project's engineering challenges stem from Drum Island's central location in Charleston Harbor. With an over 7 km fetch, the site is exposed to severe wind and wave action in addition to strong tidal currents. Engineering studies were performed to develop a combination of natural and traditional shore protection measures are being employed to protect this new state resource. The completed restoration site will be inclusive of low lying spartina marsh, high marsh, vegetated upland areas and meandering tidal creeks. Read More

La Quinta Hotel- Ivy Hill Lane- Rockhill, SC

Victoria Carter - Thursday, May 03, 2018

Piedmont Construction Group teamed up with Solara Investments to build a four-story, 88-room hotel at 107 Ivy Hill Lane near the intersection of Springdale Road in Rock Hill. The new hotel will consist of a total of 55,600 square-feet with associated common areas and an 89 space parking lot. The project is one of several new hotels that are part of the small hospitality boom happening in the area. Read More


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