September 01, 2021 // Low Battery P1 Project Wins ASCE Award

Gulf Stream Construction’s recently completed Low Battery Phase 1 project has received the Technical Merit Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) South Carolina Section.  Rebuilding the 100-year old seawall and Murray Boulevard is a testament of collaboration, innovation and responsiveness with The City of Charleston (Owner), Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. (Lead Design Firm) and Gulf Stream as the General Contractor.

Specializing exclusively in civil, site, and infrastructure construction, Gulf Stream has developed an unmatched expertise in over 58 years of service and a vast portfolio of successful projects in coastal South Carolina.

Gulf Stream, founded in Charleston in 1963, has honored a tradition of responsibility and excellence in providing top quality site and infrastructure construction services for businesses, communities, industries and most importantly, people across the Charleston region and the coastal South Carolina.

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