Providing a strategic partnership to hospitality construction long before our shovels hits the ground
Our Approach to Industrial Construction
Thompson Turner Construction possesses the unique expertise to execute hospitality construction, approaching each facility in an honest and straightforward manner with the least possible impact on any existing operations. From the construction of new facilities to renovations and additions on occupied sites, we will successfully deliver your project on time and on budget while keeping the safety of your staff, and the surrounding community as our top priority.
Thompson Turner Construction and Drakeford Architects were hired as the design-build team to renovate the space at 33 North Main Street in downtown Sumter to serve as the new location for Hamptons Restaurant.
Thompson Turner Construction completed construction of the Hyatt Place Hotel and adjacent parking deck, located on North Main Street in downtown Sumter. The hotel is a four-story, 58,000-square-foot, 93-room building comprised of steel, concrete and glass. Hotel features include an outdoor pool and courtyard, full service kitchen, cafe, bar, and lounge area, business and meeting center with prefunction areas, and exercise room, all with modern finishes. Working with the City of Sumter, the two-story parking garage with 200 spaces was built to support the newly constructed hotel and downtown businesses. The precast design with thin set brick on the exterior connects with the context of the historical downtown, while strengthening the urban edge of Hampton Avenue and Sumter Street.
Thompson Turner Construction just recently completed the brand new Sumter Original Brewery located in downtown Sumter. This facility features over 16,000 SF of interior space and a 6,000 SF rooftop patio.
Thompson Turner Construction was hired by Florence County as the CM At-Risk for the renovation and addition of the Florence County Civic Center located in a busy residential area. The Florence Civic Center is a regional public assembly facility built in 1993. The existing 10,000-seat arena is accompanied by a ballroom and three small meeting rooms. In an effort to become more competitive in the region, the Florence Civic Center needed to expand. The expansion took place in three phases.
Lake City, SC
Thompson Turner Construction was hired to complete the renovation of the historical Kelly Building, now known as the Jones-Carter Gallery, into a state-of-the-art gallery. Located in the heart of downtown historic district of Lake City, this Smithsonian-certified gallery now serves as an exhibition space for artwork and museum pieces.