Frampton Construction recently added two staff members to its Charleston, South Carolina, office.
John Cunningham has been named site superintendent and Jason Anthony has been named assistant project manager.
As superintendent, Cunningham will be responsible for providing on-site supervision, overseeing and ensuring safety and quality initiative, and managing scheduling for several projects. Before Cunningham began working at Frampton Construction, he was an assistant superintendent for Holder Construction Company based in Charlotte. A Marietta, Georgia, native, Cunningham received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tennessee
In his new role, Anthony will be responsible for project coordination, schedules, budgets and subcontractor relations. He previously was an assistant project manager for M.B. Kahn Construction Company in Colombia, South Carolina. Anthony most recently worked on the Myrtle Beach International Airport expansion, a General Electric test stand and the Clemson University Freeman Hall expansion. Anthony majored in construction science and management, and minored in business administration at Clemson University. The Pendleton, South Carolina native is LEED AP BD+C certified.
Frampton Construction is a regional full-service construction firm that provides planning and design support, pre-construction, construction services and sustainability services throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. The company has offices in Charleston and Charlotte.