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USC Unveils New $80 Million Law School

News May 17, 2017

MAY 16, 2017 By Avery G. Wilks – awilks@thestate.com “The University of South Carolina Tuesday unveiled its new, $80 million law school building…

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MUSC Includes Minority Contractors in Children’s Hospital Construction

News February 14, 2017

FEB 10, 2017 By Mary Katherine Wildeman – mkwildeman@postandcourier.com “The Medical University of South Carolina has made an effort to…

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Brownstone Exceeding Goals

News January 19, 2017

Brownstone has exceeded the Owner’s goal of 30% MBE Participation on the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital by securing 38%…

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Transportation Penny Completes Year

News, Transportation December 14, 2016

DEC 13, 2016 From Dec. 5-18 print issue of Columbia Regional Business Report Three years after it began collecting taxes,…

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Decker Center Weeks Away from Opening

News November 2, 2016

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) – We are a little more than a month from a newly renovated project opening in Richland County….

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Ground is Broken on Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital & Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion

News August 17, 2016

CHARLESTON, S.C. – The construction management team of Robins & Morton, Cumming and Brownstone Construction have broken ground on the…

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MUSC Breaks Ground on $385M Children’s Hospital

News August 15, 2016

The Medical University of South Carolina broke ground on its $385 million children’s hospital Friday and announced that $102 million has been…

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Work Set to Begin on $390 Million Children’s Hospital

News August 12, 2016

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP/WCIV) — Hospital officials, dignitaries and patients are scheduled to gather in Charleston to break ground on a new…

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MUSC breaks ground on $385M Children’s Hospital

News August 12, 2016

The Medical University of South Carolina’s new Children’s Hospital will be one of only three in the nation where mothers…

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School Officials Expect to Spark New Era of Hope as New Brock School Dedicated

News August 12, 2016

The dark clouds of oppression, segregation and poverty that have loomed over the Augusta Avenue area for more than a…

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