Clemson, SC — Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc., a clean energy company that develops, owns and operates plants that convert household waste into clean, renewable transportation fuels, including diesel and jet fuel, has signed a seven-year lease for a new 6,300 square foot office space in Patrick Square. Fulcrum’s engineering and technology team will occupy the mixed-use building at 107 Market Street located above SunnySide Café. The office space is currently undergoing construction by general contractor, Hogan Construction, and is expected to open by September 2019.
The mixed-used community will allow Fulcrum to continue to expand in a location that is vibrant, connected and convenient. CBRE’s, Shelby Dodson, arranged the lease on behalf of Patrick Square’s Owner and Developer, JMC Communities. Fulcrum was represented by Sorrel Hoover of Keller Williams Western Upstate.
“We are honored to have the opportunity to work with Fulcrum, a well-respected company, aiming to make a difference in leading the way to a clean and sustainable future,” said Shelby Dodson, Listing Agent at CBRE. “We feel Patrick Square is a perfect fit for Fulcrum and are pleased to help bring these two parties together and facilitate this transaction.”
“Ultimately, Fulcrum chose Patrick Square because of the convenience and ease of having everything we need for our employees, clients and strategic partners,” said Rick Barraza, Vice President of Fulcrum. “As we continue to grow our engineering and technology team, the quality of life, natural resources, amenities and availability of first-class engineering talent make both Clemson and Patrick Square the perfect location for Fulcrum’s engineering office.”
Patrick Square is a unique Traditional Neighborhood Development located in Clemson, SC that boasts a walkable and interactive community. From restaurants and retailers to professional and medical services, this community has a variety of tenants that make up their dynamic Town Center. Fulcrum’s commitment to Patrick Square illustrates a strategic investment into employee well-being in this tight labor market. “Patrick Square’s mission to provide an interactive, friendly and sustainable community aligns seamlessly with Fulcrum’s goals as they strive to make an impact through their unique waste to fuels process,” said Mike Cheezem, CEO of JMC Communities. “We hope that our varied amenities and dynamic location will maximize Fulcrum’s experience in Clemson and enhance their employee recruitment and retainment, as they continue to grow.”