Residential

Live Oak

Live Oak Contracting’s ability to get involved in projects on the front end

has led it to long-standing relationships with clients and subcontractors.

By Jim Harris

Live Oak Contracting anticipates contracting more than $100 million worth of projects this year, up from its 2015 total of $79 million. What makes that increase and the Jacksonville, Fla.-based general contractor’s overall ability to secure projects even more impressive is the fact that 2016 is only its third full year in business.

Zom

ZOM is working to bring luxury living to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

with the construction of Banner Hill Apartments.

By Eric Slack

A leading luxury multifamily real estate developer, ZOM is making its mark in many parts of the United States. Founded in 1977 by a Dutch oil company executive who targeted Florida for real estate investment opportunities, ZOM is today an award-winning U.S. multifamily development company. Having joint-ventured or directly developed more than 16,500 apartments, ZOM has successfully built off of a legacy that began by investing in land and developing single-family residential and commercial, office and retail projects.

Frampton ConstructionFrampton Construction is delivering two new senior living developments in South Carolina and prepares for a third.

By Chris Petersen

Known for their luxurious accommodations and resort-style amenities, The Blake communities have become one of the premier senior living concepts in the Southeast. With its communities already successful in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, Blake Management Group saw the potential for expanding the concept into South Carolina. To bring two new Blake communities to life in this new market, the developer, wanted to connect with a South Carolina-based contractor that knew the ropes in terms of building multiunit developments, and that’s where Frampton Construction entered the picture. 

WebcorWebcor Builders is putting the finishing touches on a 21-story tower at a historic site in Hollywood where CBS had its broadcast and recording studios for decades.

By Russ Gager

Enthusiasts of mid-twentieth-century, old-time radio programs such as Jack Benny's “Lucky Strike Program,” Lucille Ball's “My Favorite Husband” and “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” might be familiar with the CBS studios in Hollywood from which they were broadcast. That site, now designated as a historic-cultural monument and named Columbia Square, is being transformed into a mixed-use media village and creative office complex encompassing an entire city block and emphasizing the entertainment and high-tech industries.

Hill ConstructionHill Construction weathered the recession by broadening its projects and entering the public sector.

By Tim O’Connor

The Great Recession was a dry period for the construction industry, but when a rare project did emerge owners sought contractors that they were confident would not go under and would see the building through. In the Lowcountry region along South Carolina’s coast, that contractor was Hill Construction.

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