What’s the latest great part of being in this wonderful city? Moving to some impressive new digs!
Our recent relocation to the Gateway office in Mount Pleasant affords our team ample space and opportunity to serve our clients, trade partners, and our community. We’re only ten minutes away from our previous home, but with large conference spaces and open collaboration areas to cutting-edge AV and technology infrastructure, we’re able to work more efficiently and effectively to provide value to our clients throughout the state.
What makes Choate Charleston different? We believe in going beyond the project – paying it forward and giving back to our local community through our time and our talents.
From rebuilding a Bald Eagle flight enclosure for The Center for Birds of Prey to preparing American Red Cross disaster relief packages, we’re going above corporate responsibility and encouraging maximum individual impact. Through coordinated group events, individual non-profit involvement, and a 501(c)3 donation matching program, we’re paying it forward to the communities that have given us so much. The community we call home.
We’re passionate about our work, but all work and no play is simply not the Charleston way.
Our FUN Committee keeps things lively with monthly events designed to promote internal camaraderie between office staff and onsite teams. Oyster roasts, office olympics, harbor sailing cruises, chili cookoffs, and parking lot barbeques – all good times with great people. Come meet the members of our team, but don’t be afraid partake in some friendly competition with a round of ping-pong while you’re here!
We’re constantly in “go” mode. Joining a company with this kind of momentum and culture provides no shortage of opportunity.
If you’re interested in joining our Charleston team or one of our other six offices, stop by our Careers page for more information and a list of available opportunities.
Mankiewicz Coatings moves its U.S. operations from St. Louis to Charleston, consolidating core functions into one of three Mankiewicz facilities on the 5.25-acre site.
North Carolina-based Liberty Senior Living brings this Continuing Care Retirement Community to Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Bridgeside at Patriots Point boasts 324 spacious and luxurious rental residences complete with pool and clubhouse at the foot of Charleston's Arthur Ravenel, Jr. bridge.
The South Carolina State Ports Authority relocates existing corporate operations to a new 84,000-SF, design-build facility at the Wando Welch Terminal.
Just north of Charleston’s International Airport comes a three-story medical office building to North Charleston, SC.
Summerville Ford renovates and expands their existing automotive dealership, offering an enhanced experience to clients.
Exquisite details and top-notch service provide for an enhanced customer experience at Jim Hudson Lexus.
This award-winning facility is home to two engineering marvels: the Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility and the Duke Energy eGrid.
The Village at Summerville, PCSC's largest and oldest location, adds new Skilled Nursing facilities to create a senior-friendly environment with comfort, convenience and safety of the utmost priority.
Following five years of substantial growth and on the heels of a major downtown revitalization, Reichenbach Ford-Lincoln expands its retail footprint.
Upscale apartment living comes to the Florence, SC historic district.
With an expansive food and craft beer menu, Carolina Ale House hearkens back to the neighborhood-friendly, warm atmosphere of a true British pub.
Designed to serve as a world-class center of excellence, the Graduate Education Center provides 65,000 SF of space directly adjacent to Clemson University's SCE&G Energy Innovation Center, a $100+ million, award-winning facility also constructed by Choate Construction Company.
A leading provider of cloud-based benefits software solutions expands its award-winning Daniel Island, SC technology campus.
Multiple restaurants and enhanced waiting areas bring culinary variety and passenger comfort to the bustling CHS terminals.