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Seamar Fullerton Hudson Design/Construction

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Barbara Szem retired to Kiawah Island in 1997 after working for AT&T and Lucent Technology in New Jersey.
Wishing to keep active, Barbara was hired that same year as a receptionist for both Seamar Fullerton Hudson Designs and Seamar Construction Group. Barbara is usually the first person a client meets and her knowledge of the island lifestyle is a plus for those new to the area. She also acts as a project coordinator during new home construction and works closely with the client on each detail of the finish selections for their new home.


Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

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"It's generally one of the last items installed in our construction schedule, along with landscaping," says Barbara Szem, spokeswoman for Johns Island-based architecture and construction firm Seamar Fullerton, which designs and builds homes on Kiawah and Seabrook islands.While the architectural review boards of those resort islands prohibit "wall-washing" homes with exterior light, "we do use low-voltage lighting in and around the landscape to softly frame various distinctive architectural features of a home," Szem explains. Seamar Fullerton also uses low-voltage lighting to up-light various grand specimens of trees, such as live oaks."Many homeowners prefer to use the low-voltage lighting in the shrubs around the pool area to create an intimate mood as well as for safety reasons," Szem adds.


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