Fraser Construction knows there is an art to successful building. It is a combination of precise attention to details, quality control systems, creative approaches, and strong business relationships with our clients, vendors — and most importantly our Fraser Construction team. Our excitement for construction has not wavered since Fraser Construction opened its doors in South Carolina.
Fraser Construction was founded on Hilton Head Island, SC in 1978 by Joe Harden Builder, Inc. Later, in 1989, Harden Clubhouse Builders, Inc. was formed to specialize in Clubhouse and resort amenity construction. Joe Fraser III rejoined the organization in 1995 as President having previously worked for the company as project manager and vice president from 1979 to 1985.
Mr. Fraser purchased harden Clubhouse Builders from Mr. Harden in 1996 and changed the name to Harden Fraser Construction, Inc. Later the company name was changed to Fraser Construction, Inc. Finally, Fraser Construction Company, LLC was formed in April 2005 to be the operating entity for the organization. Joe Fraser and Jay Fraser own 100% of the company.
A dedicated team committed
Proudly located in Bluffton, SC, Fraser Construction has a staff of 34 full-time employees with average employee tenure at 16 years. This provides a working synergy that few firms can emulate. We continually encourage our employees to maintain and update their knowledge and skills through training workshops and seminars.
We have completed work throughout the Southeast for a variety of clients. We have plans to grow with the industry over the next 10 years.
“We’re builders who are committed to providing superior building, financial stability and the highest quality of service for the construction industry. The Fraser Construction team i s comprised of talented, experienced men and women who approach each project with leadership, integrity and reliability – our staff produces results.
The Church of the Cross Chapel located on the Buckwalter campus in Bluffton, South Carolina is built in the Lowcountry Gothic architectural style similar to that of the 1826 historic Church of the Cross Located on Calhoun Street in Old Town Bluffton. The building features pointed windows, high vaulted ceilings, and oak timber trusses…