Category Archives: Engineering

Citadel student Brett Eisenhauer takes part in engineering conference

Representing South Carolina and The Citadel’s engineering program, Brett Eisenhauer participated as one of 30 students selected nationwide to compete in the Student Days conference organized by the Construction Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE). The annual conference focuses on providing students with the information and tools needed to stand out in…
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Jared T. Bramblett joins Davis & Floyd’s Charleston office as civil engineer

Jared T. Bramblett, PE, LEED AP, has joined Davis & Floyd's Charleston office as a civil engineer specializing in stormwater infrastructure and site design.  With over eight years of engineering experience, he received his bachelors in civil and environmental engineering from the University of South Carolina. Davis & Floyd is an engineering, consulting, and design…
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Donald G. Hesseltine joins Engineering Services Network

ARLINGTON, VA – Engineering Services Network, Inc. (ESN), announced today that Donald G. Hesseltine has been named ESN’S Director of National Capital Region operations. Based in Arlington, VA, ESN is a leading provider of professional engineering and technology solutions for military and government customers and supports military operations in Charleston. Mr. Hesseltine, who previously served as senior…
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Life Cycle Institute partners with University of Kansas

The Life Cycle Institute, the education entity of Life Cycle Engineering, today announced their partnership with the University of Kansas to offer a Reliability Engineering Certification (REC) at the Edwards Campus in Overland Park, KS, beginning spring 2016. The REC builds and certifies individual competency in reliability engineering and asset management. Successful candidates will be able to apply reliability…
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