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Hood Construction Congratulates Grill Marks on Opening of Vista LocationAug 25, 2015

Hood Construction Congratulates Grill Marks on Opening of Vista Location

Columbia, SC – Hood Construction would like to extend a special congratulations to Grill Marks on the opening of their new Vista location in Columbia. This is the second location of Grill Marks, and the first restaurant to open as part of the highly anticipated City Market redevelopment.

The Hood team, comprised of Pre-Construction Manager Dean Wilson, and Project Manager Amanda Holyfield, worked closely with Grill Marks owners and project architect Garvin Design Group to give this historic building a new life. Exposed beams and restored brickwork compliment the roll-up doors and outdoor patio that connect Grill Marks to the outside Vista environment. “It was a true pleasure working with all team members on this project to make it a success,” said Wilson. “We’re thrilled for them on the tremendous success of their grand opening,” added Holyfield.

Upon completion, City Market will feature outdoor patios and a spacious walkway through to Lady Street, along with a variety of other retail and restaurant establishments.

Hood Construction Receives Adaptive Reuse AwardMay 21, 2015

Hood Construction is a proud recipient of the Historic Columbia Foundation’s Award for Adaptive Reuse for the renovation of the former Adluh Flour warehouse

Columbia, SC - Hood Construction is a proud recipient of the Historic Columbia Foundation’s Award for Adaptive Reuse for the renovation of the former Adluh Flour warehouse. Adluh, owned by Allen Brothers Milling Company, is located in Columbia’s Vista at 802/804 Gervais Street and is a widely-known landmark in the area. The two-story brick structure was constructed ca. 1910, and the adjacent mill still remains in use.

The warehouse, having been left vacant for a number of years, underwent a complete revitalization in 2014 and has been rehabilitated into a vibrant restaurant/retail/office business center. In order to restore the historic building’s façade, brick infill of several windows and doors had to be removed, windows replaced, and two new stairwells and an elevator were installed. An outdoor seating patio with canopy was also added as an extension of the first floor restaurant. “It’s been a true pleasure to be a part of this unique building’s revitalization,” said Jeremy Rowe, Hood Vice President of Operations.

Great care was taken to preserve as much of the original heart-of-pine flooring as possible in addition to other specific design specifications – such as installing insulation on the exterior side of the roof to preserve the interior beams. A new roof, mechanical and electrical system, and numerous site improvements also took place as part of the renovation.

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