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Greenville, South Carolina

Brasfield & Gorrie has been shaping Greenville’s skyline for more than 30 years by building facilities for lifelong learners, creative commercial work and play spaces, and complex industrial campuses. In 2013, we established our brick-and-mortar office in Downtown Greenville’s ONE Towers, which we constructed in 2012. Other notable projects in the area include the Camperdown mixed-use development, Clemson University Memorial Stadium renovations, the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. U.S. Courthouse, the DC BLOX Greenville data center, the Riverplace mixed-use development, WestLawn at BullStreet, and numerous projects for Prisma Health.

We are fully committed to serving that Greenville beyond our doors as well. We support partnerships with local charitable organizations such as ReBuild Upstate, GirIUp GVL, Safe Harbor, YMCA Judson, A Child’s Haven, Poe Mill Achievement Center, March of Dimes, and the American Heart Association.



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Greenville news

Clemson women’s sports program expansion celebrates grand opening

January 18, 2024

Clemson University’s new women’s sports facilities are ready for action. General contractor Brasfield & Gorrie led construction on the new and upgraded facilities for the university’s lacrosse, gymnastics and rowing teams.

A row of 10 people, mostly women, stand in front of windows to cut a grand opening-type ribbon. The ribbon is purple and the people hold orange scissors--the colors of Clemson University.