Congratulations to Matt Prosser in ADC’s civil engineering department. He is the company’s newest licensed professional engineer.
In the historic Old Village of Mt. Pleasant, three 50-year-old tennis courts were demolished and replaced. In addition to the new courts, the project included drainage improvements, landscaping and ADA accessibility. The ribbon cutting on September 24th celebrated the court’s opening and renaming to Julian Weston Tennis Courts.
Please join us in congratulating Grant Eversmann in our civil engineering department for recently passing the PE exam.
Check out the construction progress at Ebenezer Park in York County, South Carolina! The 26-acre park is undergoing a $4.6M renovation that includes a semicircular ring of pier shelters that will enclose the lake’s swim beach. Other improvements include trails, basketball and sand volleyball courts, a great lawn, playground, kayak and canoe launch and improved parking […]
Two South Carolina firms, ADC Engineering, Inc. and RB Todd Consulting Engineers are merging to better serve their clients. The merger between ADC, a firm that offers civil, structural and aviation engineering and landscape architecture services from offices in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville and RB Todd, a civil engineering firm in Columbia, South Carolina will […]
ADC is pleased to introduce Jesse Malan, a new project manager in the structural engineering department. Jesse received his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Utah and is a licensed SE in California. He was previously with Reaveley Engineers in Salt Lake City, UT and has 15 years of experience that includes managing […]
West Ashley’s Blessed Sacrament celebrates its new steeples that are designed for a stronger wind load. The previous spires were destroyed during Hurricane Hugo. Read more here. Photo Credit: Andrew Whitaker firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out Mark Dillon’s interview with Zweig Group as he discusses the company’s business philosophies and what sets ADC apart from other firms. Article here.