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J. Musselman Construction, General Contractor for the Shark Shallows exhibit at the South Carolina Aquarium attended the Exclusive Preview on May 5th, 2015 for a sneak peek with invited guests. This new exhibit is a 20,000-gallon kidney shaped pool and is a hands-on attraction for the Aquarium. Shark Shallows is home to 5 Bonnethead Sharks, 28 Cownose Rays and 3 large Southern Stingrays, all are native to the Lowcountry. For kids young and old it truly is a unique and wonderful exhibit where you can reach in the tank and touch or just view under the water from the viewing windows. We want to thank all of our Subcontractors who helped make this unique project a success.
Shark Shallows opens to the public on May 9th, 2015.
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Caption: FRACTIONATOR FLYING
South Carolina Aquarium Fractionator Removal & Replacement
JMC Under Construction
101 Aquarium Wharf, Charleston, SC 29401
Owner: South Carolina Aquarium
Architect: John Ciccarelli Architect, LLC
Estimated date of completion: Early 2015
The Shark Shallows project is the construction of a new touch-tank exhibit located on the terrace overlooking the Charleston harbor at the South Carolina Aquarium. The new enclosure is an hour glass shaped tank which will be used to house marine wildlife for the public interaction. The tank will have a public walk up ramp, and education platform for the aquarium personnel which will be constructed of reinforcing steel and concrete. The inside of the tank will receive a sprayed in waterproofing which will maintain the integrity of the system. Overhead will be an aluminum canopy supported by structural steel columns and beams. To add to the nautical view of the exhibit and the harbor, new custom sails will be fabricated and installed along the water’s edge.
There will be a new life support system constructed to support the wellbeing of the marine wildlife. This system consists of detailed plumbing to and from the tank. The electrical portion of this project will consist of controls for the life support system as well as the decorative lighting of the exhibit. There will be a new sprinkler system put into place to ensure the safety of the public, personnel and the exhibit.
Due to the salt environment, all structural steel has been galvanized. All handrails as well as miscellaneous metal items are a combination of galvanized and stainless steel to ensure this project will outlast the elements.
East Cooper MOB Suite 100
851 Leonard Fulgram Drive, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Owner: East Cooper Community Hospital, Inc, DBA East Cooper Medical Center
Architect: Leantoo Studios
Estimated date of completion: December 2014
Description of the project: Medical office upfit of 3000 sq. ft. in the East Cooper Medical Office Building for a new family practice. Work includes new plumbing; VAVs, electrical, casework, interior partitions and finishes.
823 Folly Road, Charleston, SC 29412
Owner: Global Project Folly Road SW, LLC
Architect: Insite Strategy & Architecture
GC: J. Musselman Construction, Inc.
Estimated date of completion: December 2014
Description of the project: Construction of a new, freestanding Sherwin Williams paint store. Construction will be concrete slab-on-grade concrete with shallow footings, wood wall and roof truss framing with exterior, spray applied thermal barrier. Exterior elements include architectural shingles; impact rated storefront system and cast in place monument wall. Interior finishes include vinyl plank flooring; interior storefront systems; casework and stained concrete floors. Site layout posed a unique challenge due to the presence of several grand oaks on the tight site.
Dave Redeyoff has joined the team at J. Musselman Construction, Inc. as an assistant superintendent. Dave has a finance degree from UNC Wilmington. Born and raised in Collegeville, PA. Dave currently resides in Mount pleasant with his fiancé Amy.
J. Musselman Construction, Inc. has added Robin Crider as a site manager. Crider has 21 years experience in Commercial Construction. He has been based in the Charleston area and has previously worked for Ruscon Construction and Mashburn construction. Crider also has experience in working as an owner’s representative on the Real estate development side on the industry with companies such as The James Duran Company and Blue Current Development. He is primarily responsible for site coordination, management of budgets, schedules and construction teams. Born and raised in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Crider currently resides in Holly Hill, South Carolina, with his wife Johanna and his daughter Brice.
The 20,500 square-foot, two-story new Medical Office building will house the corporate and diagnostic functions of the 40-doctor medical group spread across 25 sites throughout the Charleston Metro Region. The new $2.2 million dollar building will serve as a hurricane- command center for the medical group and includes an emergency power backup system. It is an environmentally friendly structure located near Charleston Southern University.