Thomas & Hutton is pleased to announce the addition of Steve Dudash, ASLA, to its land planning and landscape architecture team. Steve is a long-time friend of Thomas & Hutton, and now an integral member of the company.
Currently chair of the Sustainable Leadership Institute of ULI South Carolina, Steve has built strong professional relationships throughout the state and brings more than 30 years of experience in land-use planning, master planning and landscape architecture.
“Steve has an excellent reputation in the Charleston region and South Carolina. His knowledge and vision will be assets to our clients, and we are excited to have him on board,” said Sam McCachern, president and CEO at Thomas & Hutton. “We look forward to incorporating Steve’s expertise into our land planning projects and growth strategy. Planning is the foundation of communities and projects, and Steve will strengthen our already talented team.”
Steve is optimistic about the impact he will have on future projects. “I am excited about joining the wonderful people at this great company,” he said. “With the existing talents and know-how, I believe we can create forward-looking neighborhoods and urban environments.”
Prior to joining Thomas & Hutton, Steve worked for other firms in the Charleston region including DesignWorks, where he was a founding partner. Steve has expertise in building community by creating aesthetically pleasing areas that blend historical charm with modern design. He has been a leader in sustainable design for three decades and has added to the long-lasting value of projects like Daniel Island and Grand Haven at Palm Coast in Florida. His public-sector work includes designs for Septima Clark Expressway, the Town of Lexington and Shem Creek Park.
Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Steve earned a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture from Clemson University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University.