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greenville county library system - five forks branch

Five Forks Branch  Five Forks Branch

Located at the intersection of Woodruff Road and Sunnydale Drive in the Five Forks area, this new branch of Greenville County Library System is on schedule for a planned opening in mid-late October.

With construction of the building nearing completion, the next phase of the project includes the delivery and installation of equipment, shelving and materials, followed by the move-in of furnishings.

The Five Forks Branch Library is approximately 28,000 square feet--nearly the twice the size of the other branches in the library system...

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Melloul-Blamey finds a home in the Upstate of South Carolina

Melloul-Blamey SC Team



Melloul-Blamey Construction SC, Ltd.'s Director of Business Operations, Mary-Allyson Chauvin, has been selected for Leadership Greenville Class 44.

Leadership Greenville is the Chamber's flagship leadership program and is designed to help develop informed, committed and qualified leaders for Greenville County. By taking an intensive look into the issues affecting Greenville County, Leadership Greenville prepares and motivates participants to provide quality, dynamic leadership within the area. Since the program began in 1973, there have been over 2000 participants. Many alumni have served in key leadership positions within their businesses and organizations, as well as city council, county council, school board, members of Congress and judges.

City of Greenwood Uptown Market

Construction on the Uptown Market Project began September 19, 2014. Crews with Satterfield Construction removed the old asphalt parking. New storm drainage and the underground water and sewer utilities that will serve the market restrooms were installed. The parking lot was paved and landscaping was installed.

Construction on the remainder of the project began in early April of this year, with estimated project completion near the end of December 2015. The project was awarded to Melloul-Blamey (Greenville,SC). The plans include the market pavilion structure, restroom facilities, interactive fountain, additional landscaping, lighting,  elevated lawn and plaza.


This project is funded with the investment of local hospitality taxes in partnership with the V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation, the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation, the Self Family Foundation, the City of Greenwood, the Greenwood Commissioners of Public Works, and the Greenwood Metropolitan District.

Safety award

On February 19, 2016, Anthony Richardson with Amerisure Insurance presented a Safety Award for Melloul-Blamey South Carolina's 5 year period without a lost time incident.  The award was accepted by Jack Lostetter and Brandon Jones on behalf of the entire Melloul-Blamey team.  Amerisure presents this award to recognize those companies that promote a culture of safety for all of its  employees.


South Carolina State Ports Authority
Inland Port Terminal

Automated Gate Infrastructure

Project Manager: Andy Mosser
Superintendent: Aaron Midleton


Melloul-Blamey is proud to announce the completion of the "Automated Gate Infrastructure Project" at the Inland Port.  This is Melloul-Blamey's first project with the SC State Port Authority.  The work included demolition of existing concrete pavement, installation of new weigh-in-motion scales and associated components; construction of new kiosk pedestal infrastructure; construction of four new automated T-poles and foundations; placement of heavy duty concrete pavement; fire suppression system; and associated electrical and communication improvements.  All of this work was completed while the Port activities were ongoing.