SeamonWhiteside Expands Mount Pleasant Office

SeamonWhiteside, landscape architect and civil engineering firm, is pleased to announce the addition of several new employees to their Mount Pleasant location. SW+ also has offices in Summerville and Greenville.

Grace Wachowski, EIT
Engineer-in-Training
After a successful internship in the SW+ Greenville office, Grace Wachowski, EIT has rejoined the firm in our Mount Pleasant office. She is a 2017 graduate Clemson University and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biosystems Engineering. Grace will be concentrating on infrastructure design and engineering for municipal, commercial and subdivision projects.

Davis McNair, EIT
Civil Engineering Project Coordinator
Davis McNair, EIT has joined SeamonWhiteside’s Civil Engineering division. A graduate of Clemson University, Davis earned his Civil Engineering degree in 2016. He is working in our Mount Pleasant office providing engineering design for commercial mixed use and multi-family residential projects.

Kyle Sirignano, EIT
Civil Engineering Project Coordinator
With more than three years’ experience in land development, Kyle Sirignano, EIT came to the SW+ team from Austin, TX. He will be working on a variety of new construction projects including subdivision design and infrastructure engineering. Kyle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut.

Virginia Skidmore, EIT
Engineer-in-Training
Virginia Skidmore, EIT, a former SW+ intern, returned to the firm after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Clemson University in 2017. She will be providing engineering support for commercial, industrial, and municipal projects located throughout the Tri-County.

About SeamonWhiteside
SeamonWhiteside (SW+) is a full-service land design firm providing master planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban design, land development management services and permitting to public and private clients throughout the Southeast. The firm maintains fully staffed offices in Charleston, Summerville and Greenville, South Carolina.