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Commercial construction you can rely on.

Since 1976, Carolina Services Inc. (CSI) has specialized in commercial construction, commercial maintenace and repair, space planning, and tenant up-fits. Our Charleston, SC construction company serves developers and business owners with a superior full service commercial construction company that also provides interior space improvements. CSI works as a building contractor with clients in retail, office, medical and industrial complexes to deliver turnkey construction and maintenance solutions to our customers on time and at costs that fit within budget. You can have a look at some of our completed developments and project work in our project gallery.

Find out more about CSI and what makes us the top construction company in Charleston, SC on top of all of the services we offer. From our construction solutions, commercial space planning, and tenant up-fit services to church restorations and retail maintenance

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Commercial Construction

Our full service construction services provide all aspects of the construction and development process. From initial concept to final completion, we put our expertise to work for you with a commitment to timely communication and integrity.

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Commercial Maintenance

We are proud to offer a full complement of sub contractors to fill any need large or small for you business. From minor repairs or door adjustments to minor renovations our team can support your business so you can focus on growing your business.

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Tenant Up-fit

Our space planning and tenant up-fit services can bring your business goals to reality. Our project portfolio includes build-outs for retail, office, medical and industrial facilities, using the very latest in construction technology and methods.

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Industry News

Charleston Office Market Positioned for Continued Growth in 2019

Charleston Office Market Positioned for Continued Growth in 2019

By | Charleston Office Market

Charleston’s office market is poised for sustained growth through the rest of 2019 according to the latest Collier’s Research and Forecast Report. Vacancy rates will tighten as tenants compete for available office space until new buildings become available. The Charleston suburban markets will see a rapid growth this year and will gain new office space as developments are completed. There are currently 832,819 square feet of office buildings undergoing construction or renovation in the Charleston metropolitan area. Charleston’s Upper Peninsula is Booming…

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Multiple Downtown King Street Properties Sold for $24.5 Million

Multiple Downtown King Street Properties Sold for $24.5 Million

By | Charleston SC, commercial real estate, SC

A real estate transaction valued at $24.5 million recently closed for a sale that combined ten King Street properties and six sellers. The King Street deal included the sale of a large downtown parking lot and two historic buildings in the city’s robust shopping corridor. The sale took over a year and a half to close and is one of the most significant deals on King Street. The final real estate deal was done through Charleston Commercial and GS Acquisitions and included…

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Charleston Ranked No. 1 U.S. City for the 7th Straight Year by Travel + Leisure

Charleston Ranked No. 1 U.S. City for the 7th Straight Year by Travel + Leisure

By | Charleston SC, Tourism

Charleston has been ranked once again by Travel + Leisure readers as the number one U.S. city for the seventh year in a row. Charleston also ranked 12th on the magazine’s list of 15 best cities in the world, one of just two U.S. cities to make the “World’s Best” award list. Charleston ranked at 10th last year, and number one in 2016 on the world rankings list.  The magazine’s editor-in-chief, Jacqui Gifford said of Charleston’s showing, “it’s been exciting…

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South Carolina’s Industrial Market Remains Robust in 2019

South Carolina’s Industrial Market Remains Robust in 2019

By | Charleston SC, commercial construction, Economic Growth, Industrial Property, Manufacturing

Collier’s “2019 Research & Forecast Industrial Report” shows demand is high throughout the state of South Carolina in the industrial market.  South Carolina’s industrial properties absorbed 4.81 million square feet, and the industrial market is expected to remain strong with a steady demand throughout 2019.  There are 13.37 million square feet of industrial properties under construction which will provide quality space to the market at increased rental rates, according to the report. Market Indicators Are Strong Accessibility to domestic and…

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Why Is Office Space Layout Important to Employee's Health and Well-Being?

Why Is Office Space Layout Important to Employee’s Health and Well-Being?

By | Charleston SC, Commercial Space, Design, Office Design

The space in which employees work and spend their time can have a significant impact on their emotional wellbeing, even going so far as to affect their outlook on life and their productivity. As an employer who’s seeking to maximize productivity and employ a happy workforce, office space layout isn’t something that should be overlooked. Consider the following about the relationships between space and layout and productivity, health, and happiness. Poor Conditions Lead to Unhappier, Less Productive Employees Time and…

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How the Use of Colors Transformed Charleston’s Iconic Landmark Rainbow Row

Use of Colors Transformed Charleston’s Iconic Landmark Rainbow Row

By | Charleston SC, Uncategorized

Rainbow Row continues to grow and expand beyond the original row, traditionally defined as buildings on the west side of East Bay Street between Trad and Elliott streets.  There are more colorful structures to the north and south these days, and they are beginning to transform buildings on Tradd Street to the west. “Color is contagious,” said Kirstopher King, executive director of the Preservation Society of Charleston to the Post & Courier.  Rainbow Row is a relatively recent phenomenon, dating…

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National Industry Forecast Shows Construction Building Costs Will Remain Steady

National Industry Forecast Shows Construction Building Costs Will Remain Steady

By | Construction

The JLL 2019 Construction Outlook Research Report shows strong momentum from 2018 carrying the construction industry through 2019. The report indicates there will be steady building costs and vibrant economic fundamentals to sustain the industry. The report predicts a similar 5.1 percent growth from 2018 to this year, and a high level of confidence by contractors for the construction industry to remain strong. Material costs are expected to remain at current levels and the Federal Reserve has indicated there is…

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Innovative Office Designs Shaped by Millennial Generation

Innovative Office Designs Shaped by Millennial Generation

By | Commercial Space, Office Design

The millennial generation comprises up to one-third of the world’s population of employees and is the largest demographic of workers in the U.S. labor market. This new generation of office workers have unique sensibilities and values, and office design is increasing reflecting these values across the globe. Office Space Layouts are Changing  The dense cubicles typical of corporate office space during the last 50 years are now being replaced with new innovative floor space. The cubicle cells are often associated by…

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Urban Land Institute Looks to Revitalize North Charleston Rivers Avenue Corridor

Urban Land Institute Looks to Revitalize North Charleston Rivers Avenue Corridor

By | Charleston SC

A recent study by the Urban Land Institute proposed an ambitious plan to revitalize the blighted North Charleston Rivers Avenue corridor with affordable housing, private development, walkable streets, and community services. The study’s main recommendations agree with recent Charleston County Council plans to recommend the demolishment of the former Charleston Naval Hospital at an estimated cost of $6 million. Recently the Charleston County Council received a proposal from a potential buyer, so plans to demolish the Naval Hospital are on…

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Population Growth Soars by Nearly 63,000 in the Palmetto State

Population Growth Soars by Nearly 63,000 in the Palmetto State

By | Economic Growth, SC

The Palmetto State continues to be one of the fastest growing regions in the country with nearly 63,000 people moving to South Carolina in the last year.  More than 80 percent of new residents moving here are from out-of-state locations, according to the Census Bureau. Some areas of South Carolina have seen slower population growth while other counties – including Horry and Berkeley counties – are seeing new residents pour in.  Counties adjacent to Charlotte and Spartanburg have also seen…

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