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Hill Construction Company is your partner in the commercial renovation process. Our recent projects include restaurant renovations, historic renovations, an event venue renovation, and an educational facility renovation.

Drip, Columbia SC

Drip, located in the heart of Five Points, is right in the midst of the lively commercial corridor near the University of South Carolina. The independent coffee shop was formerly Harrels Jewelers on Saluda Avenue. This unique renovation was transformed into one of Columbia’s most progressive coffee shops.

Drip, Columbia SC

Drip is located in the center of the bustling Main Street in downtown Columbia. Stainless steel counters and modern touches make this the perfect place to re-fuel during a busy work day.

The Homes at McCants, Columbia SC

Townhomes at McCants is a recently completed unique project that  included converting an 86 year-old historic elementary school in the Earlewood neighborhood into townhomes. We were able to keep the original hardwoods throughout most of the units, as well as preserve the original hardwoods and refurbish the original Proscenium Arch and stage to incorporate into the one bedroom studio.

Stonebridge Gardens & Events

This former photography studio was renovated into a 6,000 square feet facility as well as creating beautifully manicured grounds outside with 1,000 square feet of covered outdoor space. Columbia’s premier event facility is centrally located in the St. Andrews area on a quiet piece of land away from the hustle and bustle of the city, StoneBridge is perfect for business meetings, corporate events, weddings and family reunions.

Fisher Hall, Columbia International University

Renovations to the two-story 15,000 square foot building included seven classrooms as well as office space. Two new bathrooms were added that previously did not exist, new electrical and lighting were installed throughout the building and brand-new IT and data capabilities were added to classrooms. A newly installed elevator was also included in the renovation. Where there were once no windows and only brick walls, there are now new glass windows.