A building is only as good as the people who reside in it. The same analogy applies to the businesses located at 115 Fairchild St.
Known as The Landing, the red brick edifice is a 88,860-square-foot, four-story, Class A building. Built in 2001 and renovated in 2018, The Landing’s typical floor size is more than 22,000 square feet and equipped with 10-foot ceilings. The building encompasses 577 parking spaces.
The Landing accommodates 12 businesses who rent as tenants, including Bridges Psychiatry, Coastal Strategic Capital, Finance of America, H&O Equipment, ICE PLLC, Integrity Admin Group, JW Aluminum, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Na Alii Consulting and Sales, Record Quest, Turbeville Insurance Agency, and Wild Dunes.
Get to know some of the business here:
Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering
Point of Contact: Will Macmurphy
Phone Number: 843-460-7545
What does your business do?
We are a full-service transportation consulting and design firm focused on improving the community around us.
What is the most important thing you want us to know about your business? We are a group of individuals that come together as a team to help tackle some of the challenges that come with today’s infrastructure needs.
What do you like about doing business on Daniel Island? Not only is it a beautiful setting, DI is located perfectly between Mount Pleasant and North Charleston, making it a great spot for us to operate the business. Plus, there are plenty of good food options close by to accommodate our office lunches.
Point of Contact: Nicole Snyder
Phone Number: 843-764-8209
What does your business do? JW Aluminum processes infinitely recyclable aluminum sheet and foil used to make products essential to our everyday lives, like the building products and HVAC components that keep our homes safe and comfortable.
What is the most important thing you want us to know about your business? JW Aluminum teammates recycle aluminum 24/7, 365 days a year. Recycling aluminum is vital to creating a circular economy because aluminum recycles forever. Seventy-five percent of all the aluminum ever produced is still in use today. We’re committed to working safely every day to secure a sustainable future for all.
What do you like about doing business on Daniel Island? Active in the Berkeley County community for over 45 years, relocating our corporate offices to Daniel Island is a natural extension of our Lowcountry roots. Centrally located, it’s a great place to bring teammates for orientation, training, and Lean Six Sigma events. It’s more than an office, it’s a destination.
Point of Contact: Katie Gerald
Phone Number: 803-828-6209
What does your business do? Turbeville Insurance Agency is an independent insurance agency, which means we represent a number of different insurance companies, and can compare coverage and prices to find the best possible value for your individual circumstances.
What is the most important thing you want us to know about your business? As independent agents, we are members of the South Carolina community, and we’re committed to doing business face-to-face and being your advocate in times of need.
What do you like about doing business on Daniel Island? We love doing business in Daniel Island because it’s a great community and it’s away from the hustle and bustle of the Charleston/Mount Pleasant area.
Editor’s Note: All businesses in the building were asked to participate in this story. Not all chose to be featured.