Category Archives: Engineering

Building Careers, Building Communities: The Citadel’s Mechanical Engineering Program Paying Dividends for the Lowcountry and Beyond

When The Citadel’s nationally-recognized School of Engineering added a mechanical engineering program in 2014, expectations were high with a growing manufacturing region demanding mechanical engineers and a $1.305 million allocation by the South Carolina Legislature. Now four years later, the program has grown quickly to become one of the most popular majors on campus and…
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Katherine Hendricks Graduates from South Carolina Economic Development Institute

[caption id="attachment_28941" align="alignright" width="1589"] From left to right: SC Economic Developers' Association President Brian Nash, Katherine Hendricks, & SC Department of Commerce Senior Program Director Ed West. Photographer: Sergio Aparicio, City of Columbia.[/caption] CHARLESTON, S.C. (Dec. 6, 2017) -- Davis & Floyd, Inc. is pleased to announce that Katherine Hendricks recently graduated from the S.C.…
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Davis & Floyd Professionals Selected for American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina Future Leaders Program

[gallery size="large" ids="27969,27968,27967"]   GREENWOOD, S.C. (Oct. 18, 2017) -- Davis & Floyd, Inc. is pleased to announce that three of its employees have been selected to participate in the American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina (ACEC-SC) Future Leaders Program. The following individuals have joined the 2017-2018 class: • Christopher Haynes, PLA: landscape…
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Vietnamese Immigrant Finds Success in Government Contracting

South Carolina-Alex Lo came to America with his parents in 1979 from Vietnam to escape unrest in his home country. But Lo didn’t just build a new home in the United States, he built a successful business as well. Seres founded in 2007, is a minority-owned environmental engineering and consulting firm headquartered in Mt. Pleasant,…
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