Author: Chelsey Falb

Tuesday night the Surfside Beach Town Council passed final reading of an ordinance establishing a stormwater utility fee program. Thomas & Hutton staff provided multiple services to the Town including, but not limited, to the following: A detailed analysis of existing GIS information including parcel, land-use,...

Thomas & Hutton (T&H) is pleased to introduce our five summer interns joining us in our Charleston office for the 2019 summer semester. Matt Key is a rising senior at Clemson University and is majoring in Environmental Engineering with a minor in sustainability. Matt is returning for his...

Lennar Corp. recently purchased 184 acres of the the 2,031-acre T&H project, Wildcat Tract located beside Cane Bay Plantation in Berkeley County, 30 miles outside of Charleston. Lennar is an affiliate of the Charleston developer, Grambilng Brothers. 377 residences are planned for the site....

Brian Durham represented geothinQ and T&H  at "The Dutch Dialogues​ Charleston". The colloquium brings together the world's leading experts in resilience. He is seen in the attached photo with Charleston Mayor Tecklenburg in a session discussing future conditions, risks, and potential opportunities for Johns Island...

T&H is a proud sponsor of Mobility Month with Charleston Moves. We are the title sponsor of "The Rise and Fall of Charleston’s Streetcars, 1865-1938" on Tuesday, May 14 from 6 - 7 pm at the Charleston County Public Library, Main Branch. Mobility Month is all about advocacy for, and education on...

​Savannah Economic Development (SEDA) CEO, Trip Tollison spoke with Atlanta's Saporta Report ​about Savannah's economy outside of the tourism and hospitality that the "Hostess City" is so well known for, including the growing manufacturing industry and the high-paying job opportunities it provides. T&H project, Savannah...

Some of our Greenville crew out and about raising money for the American Heart Association - Upstate SC at the annual Upstate Heart Walk Saturday, April 13th in Downtown Greenville! ...

Congratulations to the Thomas & Hutton employees recognized as 2018 Employees of the Year! Employees of the Year are nominated by their colleagues and may have excelled in their position, helped advance the company or profession, or displayed a strong commitment to his or her job. ...

Congratulations to the following Thomas & Hutton Designers who recently passed the Professional Engineering (PE) Exam: Kate McCoy, Columbia Environmental Department Domonic Jones, Charleston Civil Department Robert Hickey, Charleston Environmental Department Scooter Sheldon, Savannah Water Resources Department Mary Beth Brown, Savannah Civil Department ...