T&H Announces Third Quarter New Hires

Thomas & Hutton is excited to welcome new employees hired during the third quarter to our talented team!

Morgan Williams joined the Savannah office as an Administrative Assistant.  She has more than 5 years of marketing and administrative experience and holds a Masters of Public Health from the University of Georgia.

Ryan Page joined the Columbia office as a Project Manager I. Ryan graduated from Clemson University with a BS in civil engineering.  His experience primarily consists of civil site design, and also includes municipal, water/wastewater and stormwater improvement projects.

Jeremy Madden rejoined the IT department in the Columbia office.  Jeremy earned a BS in information technology from Georgia Southern University. Jeremy was previously with T&H for 5 years.

Lee Yard joined Thomas & Hutton as a Designer I in the Mt. Pleasant Civil Department. Lee earned a BS in civil engineering from Clemson University, where he was a part of the Clemson Steel Bridge team and spent a few semesters working with CEDC (Clemson engineers for developing countries).

Leila Miles joined the Columbia office as a part-time Designer I in the Civil Department.  Currently, she is a senior at the University of South Carolina studying civil and environmental engineering.

George Hayek joined the Myrtle Beach office as an instrument person in the Land Survey Department.  He is a culinary graduate from Johnson and Wales University in Miami.

Kenneth Allen joined the Savannah office as a part-time field representative in the Transportation Department. Kenny graduated from Altamaha Technical College with a P.W.C.T (Public Works Civil Technology) and worked GDOT for 8 years.

Kyle Crager, PE, joined the Columbia office as a Project Manager in the Environmental Department.   Kyle is a 2006 graduate of the University of Kentucky with a degree in biosystems and agricultural engineering.   Kyle has 8 years’ experience in civil consulting in the Lexington, Kentucky market specializing in water and wastewater.

William Eubank, PE, joined the Savannah office as a Designer III in the Civil/Industrial Departments.  He graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in agricultural engineering and is a professional engineer in Georgia.  He has worked for consulting engineering firms in Savannah as well as his Augusta, GA.

John Marscher joined the Mt. Pleasant Civil Department as a Designer I.  He graduated from The Citadel with a BS in civil engineering and recently worked for a consulting engineering firm in Charlotte, NC and an oil company in Odessa, TX.

Cheri Rodgers joined the Mt. Pleasant office as an Administrative Assistant.  She is a graduate of Purdue University (School of Science and Engineering) with a degree in organizational leadership.

Mike Bozovich has been promoted to the position of Civil Designer I in the Mt. Pleasant office.  He joined T&H as a Survey Crew Member in 2001, was promoted to Crew Chief in 2003, and Survey Technician in 2013.  He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2013 from The Citadel.

Mary Martinich, RLA joined the Mt. Pleasant office as a Landscape Designer. Mary graduated from Louisiana State University with a master’s degree in landscape architecture and from Texas State University with a BBA in marketing.

Jacob Daughtrey signed on as a survey crew member in the Savannah office.  He graduated from Fort Myers High with an International Baccalaureate diploma and Advanced Placement courses.  Jacob attended University of Florida for several semesters and has five years land survey experience.

Chris Rogers returned to T&H as an Engineering Technician III in the Myrtle Beach Civil Department. He graduated from Mountain Empire Community College with an associate’s degree in computer-aided drafting and design. Chris has been in the civil engineering/ surveying industry for more than 13 years.

Taylor Driesell joined The Mt. Pleasant office as an Administrative Assistant.  Taylor graduated from the University of South Carolina in May with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. 

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