T&H Projects In The News: September 2022

T&H Projects In The News: September 2022

Selwyn Industrial: Cabot purchased the 104,700-square-foot Selwyn Northridge industrial storage facility in Huntersville, NC. The facility provides unparalleled access to I-77 and I-485 outside Charlotte in Mecklenburg County. T&H provided master planning, civil engineering design, permitting, and construction phase services on the project for Selwyn.

Read more in the Charlotte Business Journal

Panattoni South Creek Industrial Center: Panattoni Development Company announced a target date of spring 2023 for the groundbreaking of the 1.9 million-square-foot South Creek Industrial Center off of Porter Road near Exit 75 of Interstate 77 in Rock Hill, SC. The news follows the city’s planning commission recommended approval of the developer’s rezoning request last week. T&H is proud to be a part of the project adding to Panattoni’s growing industrial assemblage in the Charlotte region.

Click here to read more in the Charlotte Business Journal

Chartwell Residential at Metrocenter: ​It’s been a pleasure for the Thomas & Hutton Nashville team be a part of the Chartwell at Watkins project in Metrocenter! The first phase that will include 377 apartments, an outdoor pool and lounge, a tenant clubhouse, a fitness center, and a parking garage. When it’s completed, the lakefront complex will have a total of 800 apartments.

Read more in the Nashville Business Journal

Intersection Improvements – We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to bring intersection improvements to Barnwell Road at Niblick Drive in Johns Creek. City Council approved the contract on 9/14.

Read more in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Battery Park Pedestrian Bridge – “… But the curves are a sign that the bridge wasn’t built simply to get people from one place to another; it was constructed to be a place in and of itself, a place people want to get to.”

The nearly finished Battery Park Pedestrian Bridge is in the news once again! The Post and Courier examines the singularity of a structure like the bridge in North Charleston and its prominent role in catalyzing redevelopment in the area. We are thrilled to see our structural and landscape architecture teams’ design have such a significant purpose in the North Charleston community.

Read more in The Post & Courier.

DSP I-16 Logistics Center – ​Citing access to the Port of Savannah and proximity to I-16  as significant drivers, Drayton Street Partners announced their plans for the DSP I-16 Logistics Center. T&H is working with the Dayton Street Partners team on the 548,000-square-foot project in Ellabel envisioned to support a surge of growth at the Port.

Read more in the Savannah Morning News