Post and Courier: Charleston area construction company progresses on truck terminal in Virginia
Southeastern Freight Lines will receive a 40-door dock expansion thanks to work by a Lowcountry commercial builder.
Construction began recently at the Fredericksburg, Virginia, locale. Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a regional firm, is involved in creating a large addition to the existing 37-door truck terminal.
The move will more than double the size of the current building and enable Southeastern Freight Lines to provide more efficient delivery methods, company says. This is the fifth project by Frampton Construction for Southeastern Freight Lines. Frampton again will work with Robert Johnson Architects and Hoyt + Berenyi, LLC. Construction would be complete by first quarter 2018.
“Communication on projects like these between all parties involved is key,” says Josh Barwick, project manager for Southeastern Freight Lines. “Frampton Construction leaves no stone unturned,” he says.
The company keeps an open dialogue through the process, making them a trusting ally. “We are excited to move forward with them in the future,” Barwick says.
Frampton Construction, with dual headquarters in Charleston and in Charlotte provides planning and design support, pre-construction and construction services.
According to the contractor, Southeastern Freight Lines is a leading provider of regional less-than-truckload transportation services — typically the carrying of relatively small feright. Visit www.sefl.com.
Frampton Construction calls itself a full-service construction firm with “financial strength and industry knowledge born of years of experience employing proven procedures.” The company manages projects in the Carolinas and beyond.
Visit http://frampton.construction/ or call 843-572-2400.