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Time-lapse drone video showcases progress of construction of Tidelands Health building

Construction continues on a new Tidelands Health medical office building in Horry County, set for completion in late September, and drone video released Tuesday shows the progress to date. (Source: Coastal Structures Corporation) Construction continues on a new Tidelands Health medical office building in Horry County, set for completion in late September, and drone video released Tuesday shows the progress to date. (Source: Coastal Structures Corporation)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Construction continues on a new Tidelands Health medical office building in Horry County, set for completion in late September, and drone video released Tuesday shows the progress to date.

According to a news release, the Coastal Structures Corporation project, located at 4320 Holmestown Road, is a joint venture between Tidelands and the Medical University of South Carolina.

The 15,600-square-foot building will cost $11 million and will house the MUSC family medicine residency program. It will open sometime in the fall. The architects are from the Pawleys Island office of Curtis Group Architects. 

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