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Seamar Fullerton Hudson Design/Construction
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
"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