GEORGETOWN, S.C., Sept. 28, 2018 – Coastal Structures, a leading commercial and industrial construction firm serving the South Carolina Lowcountry, is pleased to announce the company’s newest project, LuLu’s Arcade located in Barefoot Landing. Construction is underway and is expected to be complete in December 2018.
Designed by Myrtle Beach design and architecture firm, e3 Studio, LuLu’s Arcade will feature 6,100 square feet of fun and games. The new arcade is part of the Barefoot Landing transformation led by Burroughs & Chapin, local real estate development company known for developing many attractions throughout the Grand Strand. Coastal Structures has been the selected commercial construction company on many of these projects including the new Barefoot Landing shell building – which will be occupied by Blueberry’s Grill, Faux Paws Dog Shoppe, and Kentucky Mist Distillery.
“We are happy to work with Burroughs & Chapin and e3 studio again on this new project,” said Marshall Easterling, project manager at Coastal Structures who is leading the project. “LuLu’s Arcade will be an exciting addition to Barefoot Landing, and we are thrilled to be a part of the area’s new development.”
About Coastal Structures
A leading commercial and industrial construction firm, Coastal Structures has served the Lowcountry of South Carolina for over 25 years. The company offers a full range of construction services and delivery methods. The Coastal Structures team, most with more than a decade working together, is known throughout the Lowcountry for its attention to detail and cost management.
Specializing in turnkey construction with an emphasis on the commercial, healthcare and industrial sectors, Coastal Structures has developed an unmatched reputation for providing quality construction services. Healthcare projects range from new medical office buildings to extensive renovation projects in large medical facilities.
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