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Kershaw County Cuts Ribbon on Heritage Pointe Spec Building

January 31, 2019

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Lauren Branham Reeder, Public Information Officer

January 31, 2019

Kershaw County, SC – Kershaw County recently held a ribbon cutting at The Heritage Pointe Spec Building on Thursday, January 17, 2019. Located at 15 Mesa Lane in Lugoff, the spec building is the newest speculative building constructed in Kershaw County in over ten years.


“We know that industry comes and industry grows when the citizens of this county invest in themselves, invest in products like this building, invest in transportation, invest in schools and infrastructure, and our workforce,” stated Kershaw County Chairman Julian Burns during the ribbon cutting ceremony. “This is a proud moment for Kershaw County as we continue to invest in ourselves and set ourselves up for landing new manufacturing companies within our community.”



Building Information

Located in The Heritage Pointe Industrial Park off US 601 in Lugoff, SC
Sales Price – $2,600,000
Year Built – 2018
Square Footage – 50,000 Square Feet (expandable to 200,000)
Site Size – 26 Acres
Zoning – Industrial
Building Dimensions – 200’ X 250’
Column Spacing – 50’
Clear Height at Eaves – 32’
Clear Height at Center – 36’
Dock Doors – 6
Drive-In Doors – 1


Electric – 3 Phase with Substation located within Industrial Park
Water – 8”
Wastewater/Sewer – 8” Gravity
Natural Gas – 4”
Telecommunications – Fiber Optic


Interstate 20 – 0.5 Miles
Interstate 77 – 16 Miles
Interstate 26 – 28 Miles
Woodward Field Local Airport – 12 Miles
Columbia Metropolitan Airport – 35 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport – 94 Miles
Port of Charleston – 127 Miles



A speculative (spec) building is a partially completed building that is constructed to attract a prospect, but leaves many portions incomplete to allow for the buyer/industry to adapt to their specific needs. At a minimum, it has walls and a roof. The advantage of a spec building is to provide a shorter construction time than a new construction facility, and allows the company to get up and running – and make money – faster. A spec building also generates prospect traffic (inquiries and visits) to your community.

Source: South Carolina Economic Developers Association Handbook

PHOTO CAPTION (From Left to Right): Peggy McLean, Kelci Avery, Warren Darby, Victor Jowers, Paul Hilton, Kirk Mays, Kathryn Johnson, Councilman Al Bozard, Councilman Tom Gardner, Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford, Chairman Julian Burns, Robbie Powers, City Councilman Jeffrey Graham, Kevin Rhodes, Mark Howard, Councilman Ben Connell, Councilman David Snodgrass, Pete Furlong, Richard “Dick” Lackey, Sheriff Lee Boan, Jamie Plemmons, Steve Knafelc, and Ted Creech.


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"The new Mechatronics Program at Central Carolina Technical College's Kershaw County Campus will help us meet one of the most significant needs of our industries today -- the industrial maintenance technician. Graduates will be well prepared to perform a critical role in the modern, automated workplace found in today's manufacturing plants. This is essential for the continued success of our local industries and broadens the opportunities of our students."
-- Peggy McLean - Kershaw County Economic Development Director