Update February 27, 2023
Hood Construction has made an amazing amount of progress in just 274 days! The back parking lot is coming along nicely and the building's brickwork couldn't look any better.
Update - January 3, 2023
Exterior brickwork is nearing completion in front and in back! We are also seeing much progress on what will be the new parking lot for SCU employees. We are looking forward to working in our new building!
Update - December 2, 2022
We are pleased to share the photos taken of the new Huger Street building December 2. Exterior brick work is nearing completion and crews are now working on the employee parking lot behind the new building. We are very pleased with the progress and look forward to sharing more pictures soon!
Update - November 15, 2022
We are happy to report work is now in progress on the back of the building. Here you can see walls built, windows installed and new wrapping on the current building's exterior.
Update - October 18, 2022
Brick by brick, it's all coming together! This is a photo from day 177 of our construction.
Update - October 3, 2022
We are happy to report the exterior of our new building is coming along very well. Here you see a photo from day 162 - the exterior walls and brick being installed. We're very excited at the progress Hood Construction is making!
Update - August 12, 2022
Today is day 134 and the electricians are working hard through the evening to make sure the lights are working properly.
Update - July 22, 2022
Today is day 119 of our project and Hood Construction is moving right along. We can now see the beams, wall framing, lighting and next level of the ceiling!
Update - June 24, 2022
We are pleased to report in just 100 days of construction, we are now seeing concrete floors poured and steel beams making their way up to the second and third floors!
Update - May 23, 2022
Today's photo shows incredible progress! The stairwell and elevator shafts have been completed. The first batch of steel beams has been delivered and they are currently being installed by D & T Steel Fabricators, Inc. out of Pelion, SC. Stay tuned for additional updates!
Update - April 25, 2022
Hood Construction has made excellent progress on our new building! The old facility is now completely gone, footers have been poured and our stairwell and elevator shaft are well underway. Stay tuned for more updates as the project continues to come together!
Update - April 6, 2022
We are pleased to report Hood Construction now has the State Credit Union project page and webcam up and running on their website! Check it out today!
Update - March 23, 2022
A groundbreaking ceremony was held March 23 at 800 Huger Street in downtown Columbia. Credit union President, Jim Kinard stated, "After careful review of numerous proposals with our project manager and architectural team, we have chosen Hood Construction to make our vision a reality. It is our hope that our members and employees will be pleased with the expenditure and our new state-of-the-art facility. This groundbreaking ceremony symbolizes both our historic growth and promising future.”
Update - February 17, 2022
Demolition of our one-story building began at 7:30 a.m. on February 7th.
As of February 17th, most of this building and its foundation was removed.
Stay tuned for further updates!
To our Valued Members:
Due to the upcoming improvement of Interstate 26, a project known as Carolina Crossroads, we will be relocating our Operations Center from its current location at 1624 Browning Road in Columbia to property we already own at 800 Huger Street in Downtown Columbia. This is the current location of our home office.
Members will see our Operations Center relocation project begin with construction of a new three-story building at 800 Huger Street adjacent to our home office. We anticipate completion and move in by December of 2023. We have a well-qualified internal and external team working on this project and anticipate a seamless, behind the scenes transition of our Operations Center with no disruptions in service.
We look forward to this opportunity and encourage you to stay tuned for further updates.
To learn more about the SC Department of Transportation project, Carolina Crossroads, you may visit their dedicated website here.