Rendering of proposed project

I-77 Panther Interchange Design-Build Project


In order to provide access to the adjacent proposed Carolina Panther development and surrounding area, the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) is constructing a new full access interstate interchange on I-77 near mile marker 81 in York County. This new interchange is approximately 1 mile south of US 21 Bypass/Cherry Rd (Exit 82) and 1.5 miles north of SC 122/Dave Lyle Blvd (Exit 79).

The proposed interchange will provide access from I-77 to a new location boulevard named One Carolina Drive that will provide a connection to Mt. Gallant Road to the west, Paragon Way / Cel River Road to the east, and Eden Terrace to the North.

Interchange and Site Layout

Interchange and Site Layout

Girder setting

Girder setting

Project location looking I-77 South

Project location looking I-77 South

Aerial view of Panther Interchange project

Aerial View of Project Area


Project Location

Map of proposed area of construction Project Viewer

Project Milestones

  • January 2021 – Design-Build Contract Awarded
  • Fall 2021 – Final Design Completed
  • Fall 2021 – Begin Construction
  • Spring/Summer 2023 – Substantial Project Completion

Should you have any questions or need further information, please contact SCDOT Resident Construction Engineer Jared Bragg at (803) 324-3545 or at BraggJK@scdot.org.

Project Contacts

  • Jared Bragg, PE
  • SCDOT Resident Construction Engineer
  • 803-324-3545
  • Lead Contractor: United Infrastructure Group / Blythe Development Joint Venture
  • Lead Designer: KCI Technologies