Late last week, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Civil Works Review Board in Washington, D.C., unanimously approved the Final Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement attached to the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening Project. “Having the approval from the Civil Works Review Board allows us to stay on track with our timeline and move forward with our deepening recommendation," Lt. Col. John Litz, Charleston District commander, said.
Connect South Carolina recently announced that Berkeley County has been certified a Connected South Carolina community. Berkeley is the eighth certified Connnected community in South Carolina -- and the first in the Lowcountry. Additionally, Connect South Carolina released its Technology Action Plan.
The Charleston office of Hussey Gay Bell architecture/design firm recently hired Justin Robinette as a project civil engineer. Robinette has more than six years of experience in the field. In his role with Hussey Gay Bell, Robinette will design private-development residential, commercial and industrial projects.
The South Carolina Women’s Business Center (SCWBC), a program within the Center for Women, recently launched a new program for the state's female entrepreneurs called “Mastermind Exchange." The program’s first event will be hosted 6-8 p.m. on July 14 at Local Works, a Lowcountry Local First event in Charleston. The event will include food and beverages.