Portfolio

portfolio

ground breaking
  • Hastings Point Hastings Point

    Hastings Point, LLC has chosen Taylor Brothers to install the infrastructure for Phase II of the neighborhood’s development. Hastings Point one of Columbia’s newest neighborhoods offers distinctive custom built homes. Conveniently located to I-20, I-26, I-77 and down town Columbia, this community offers the homeowner tranquility, elegance, and convenience.

Landmarks
  • Omega II Biomedical Research Facility – The University of South Carolina Omega II Biomedical Research Facility – The University of South Carolina

    Taylor Brothers is proud of our history of work with the University of South Carolina. Our work with the University includes projects ranging from parking decks and dormitories, to research facilities.

  • Dent Middle School – Richland County School District 2 Dent Middle School – Richland County School District 2

    Dent Middle School is the “Blue Diamond” of Richland County School District 2. Taylor Brothers worked closely with Tyler Construction Company to give build fresh new facilities for the oldest school in the District.

  • Lowell C Spires Regional Transit Facility Lowell C Spires Regional Transit Facility

    Taylor Brothers won the opportunity to be the Prime Contractor for the construction of the Lowell C. Spires Transit Facility in Columbia, South Carolina. Completed in late 2008, the Spires facility now serves as the headquarters for the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (CMRTA).

  • First Citizens Bank, Columbia SC First Citizens Bank, Columbia SC

    The Meridian Building (First Citizens Bank, Columbia SC) Taylor Brothers remains true to its roots, still excavating basements in downtown Columbia. As recently as 2006, Taylor Brothers completed excavating the basement of the First Citizens Bank on the corner of Main and Gervais Streets, including the underground parking deck and surface level grading.

  • Benedict College: Charles W. Johnson Stadium and Benedict Wellness Center  Benedict College: Charles W. Johnson Stadium and Benedict Wellness Center

    The Charles W. Johnson Stadium is the new home of the Benedict Tigers. The Wellness Center will grow to become a sports complex for the all around athlete and fan. The college plans to add baseball and softball fields to complement the tennis courts, soccer field and track.