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Several local stations covered last week's public meeting for input on the Rail Trail pedestrian bridge crossing I-277 in Charlotte. The proposed bridge will connect the downtown neighborhoods of Uptown and Southend, solving a gap in the popular Rail Trail route, and increasing connectivity for...

We've been wearing jeans for $5 Jeans Day Fridays! We donated to the American Heart Association and are helping sponsor our Greenville's team, the T&H Heart Throbs, for the Upstate Heart Walk....

Thanks for a successful and well attended ribbon cutting and open house for our Covington office! In addition, on behalf of Thomas & Hutton, we made a charitable donation to The Friends of the Miracle League Network of Newton County. ...

​On Saturday, March 2, T&H Helping Hands and families helped pick up litter in the Sackville/Edgemere neighborhood as part of the City of Savannah's inaugural Keep Savannah Clean initiative. Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time on Saturday morning to help clean up...

There are heightened storm water concerns and regulations around development sites within Charleston Harbor and this site is particularly challenging. High soil contamination makes nitrogen a major concern for governing agencies as well as total suspended solids (TSS), phosphorus, and heavy metal removals. Beyond the...

Charleston, South Carolina-based development entity The Beach Co. is now eyeing a spring groundbreaking on its Sixth South building long-planned for SoBro. Once constructed, the 10-story building will replace an Amerisite Sixth Avenue Storage facility on the site and will span 2 properties. Thomas &...

Congratulations to Jimmy on his appointment to board chair for The Creative Coast. Founded in 1997, The Creative Coast fosters the creative, technology, and entrepreneurial ecosystem....

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 ...

Vice President and Regional Director, Ralph Forbes, PE was named Georgia Economic Developers Association (GEDA)'s 2018 Volunteer of the Year at a ceremony at the Georgia State Capitol on Monday, November 26th. Ralph is known as the "go to" person for communities and statewide economic agencies whenever...