Coastal Structures Shows Continued Support for Tidelands Health Foundation at Smith Medical Clinic Gala on April 22

GEORGETOWN, S.C., April 20, 2018Coastal Structures, a leading commercial and industrial construction firm serving the South Carolina Lowcountry, is honored to show continued support for the Tidelands Health Foundation as a sponsor of the Smith Medical Clinic Gala on Sunday, April 22.

The annual gala will be held at Frank’s Outback for an evening of delicious hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and live and silent auctions featuring nearly 50 items. Some of the auction items include vacations to Tuscany, Iceland, Costa Rica and more; golf vacations; gourmet dinners; family excursions; sport tickets and more. Registration for the event closes on April 19. Tickets are available for purchase here and at

Just one year ago, Coastal Structures completed construction on the new Smith Medial Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides free healthcare to Georgetown County residents who do not have insurance and cannot afford to pay.

With the donations of time, equipment, and material from subcontractors, the building was delivered for half of the typical building cost. To top it off, because of diligent and concerted efforts, the construction was completed 8.5% under budget, saving the foundation even more money. Coastal Structures would like to recognize the following subcontractors that helped make this happen:

  • Baker’s Glass & Mirror, Inc.
  • Carolina Exterminators
  • Craig’s Plumbing, Inc.
  • Double M Construction, LLC
  • Hamer Door & Partitions, Inc.
  • IRIE Services, LLC
  • Island Preferred, LLC
  • J & S Abby Carpet & Floor, Inc.
  • Legacy of Wood, Inc.
  • Palmetto Landscaping
  • Pawleys Island Lumber
  • RH Moore Co.
  • RH Construction
  • Spann Roofing
  • Speedee Concrete, Inc.
  • Young Ceiling Systems, Inc.

“We have been a proud supporter of Tidelands Health Foundation, from the construction of buildings to participating in their charitable events,” said Harby Moses, owner of Coastal Structures. “We encourage community members to attend and support the gala to help support the life saving services that the Smith Medical Clinic provides our neighbors in need.”

Coastal Structures is a devoted supporter and advocate of the Tidelands Health Foundation, and has also played a major role in the construction and renovation of medical parks and facilities across the Grand Strand including Tidelands Health Community Resource Center’s Smith Medical Clinics in Georgetown and Pawleys Island, Tidelands Medical Park in Market Common and Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital.

Smith Medical Clinic offers primary care services as well as on-site specialty care including cardiology, pulmonology, physical therapy, orthopedics, gastroenterology, surgery neurology and optometry. With 5,633 square feet, the new clinic has six exam rooms, pharmacy, vision center, group appointment room, diabetes education lab, private counseling office and expanded workspaces for volunteers and staff.

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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For more information, contact:

Emily Trogdon,, (843) 916-2000

Erin Heaney,, (843) 916-2000

Posted on April 20, 2018 in News

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