SeamonWhiteside (SW), a Mount Pleasant, South Carolina company specializing in surveying, land planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban design, development management, golf course architecture and permitting, recently welcomed five new members to its team.
Malorie White, a University of North Carolina at Wilmington graduate who holds a bachelor's degree in applied geography and geospatial technologies, is SeamonWhiteside's newest SWPP inspector.
White came to SeamonWhiteside from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Project coordinator Andy Bajoczky joins SeamonWhiteside after a stint with FDH Engineering of Raleigh, North Carolina. He will be responsible for SW's residential and mixed-use development infrastructure design and engineering projects.
Bajoczky holds a bachelor of arts degree in civil engineering from Clemson University.
Serving SeamonWhiteside as a new land planner is Angelike Angelopoulos, who brings to the company more than a decade of experience. Her resume includes time at Carol R. Johnson Associates, the U.S. Department of Energy and the Landscape Architecture Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Angelopoulos holds a master's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Tennesee at Knoxville.
Tommy Huang is the newest member of SeamonWhiteside's residential development team, for which he will serve as a civil engineering project coordinator. His last job was for a consulting firm, where he worked on large-scale industrial projects all over the Palmetto State.
Huang earned his bachelor of arts degree in civil engineering from the University of South Carolina.
Justin Peterson, a graduate of Clemson University who holds a master's degree in civil engineering and a master's of business administration degree, has joined SeamonWhiteside's construction administration team. His duties will include administrative and field support on the company's various single-family, multifamily, commercial and industrial projects.
Peterson has been a licensed South Carolina professional engineer since 2014. His resume includes stints as project manager and project engineer at two of Charleston, South Carolina's largest geotechnical, environmental, and construction services firms.
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