Category Archives: Engineering

Student behind the saxophone wins top engineering award

Cassidy Laird, a member of Clemson University’s Tiger Band, helped football fans celebrate touchdowns the past four years by playing Tiger Rag on her alto saxophone. Now the senior from Fleming Island, Florida has another reason to cheer. Laird has won the Roger R. and Laura M. Yoerger Preprofessional Engineer of the Year Award from…
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Aerie Engineering adds Beliakoff as operations manager

[caption id="attachment_2301" align="alignnone" width="958"] Kris Beliakoff[/caption] Greenville, S.C. – In her new role, Kris Beliakoff heads up a diverse team with dynamic talents who provide custom services for global clients. “I am very pleased to join the Aerie team and to build on the success of the company,” says Beliakoff. Kris has a comprehensive background in science,…
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Engineering and science coming to school on Saturdays

[caption id="attachment_2114" align="alignnone" width="604"] A program that delivers engineering and science activities to K-12 students across the state will hold events in nine cities through May. (Photo/Provided)[/caption] Hundreds of students across the state will launch rockets, filter “contaminated” water and build support structures as part of a Clemson University program aimed at inspiring the next…
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Clemson offers program in energy management at Lowcountry Graduate Center

NORTH CHARLESTON – To meet the growing demand for engineers with knowledge in energy-related fields, Clemson University now offers a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in power engineering at the Lowcountry Graduate Center. “Engineering is one of the largest growth sectors for graduate education in the Lowcountry, and we are…
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Spartanburg Science Center to celebrate Engineering Day

SPARTANBURG, SC – Spartanburg Science Center, located at Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, will celebrate Engineering Day Saturday, Feb. 20, 11 a.m.–3:15 p.m. Several engineers will share activities with the public, and there will be hands-on STEM activities for parents and kids. Some of the engineers attending include Frank Clanton from BASF and Hal Carson, a retired…
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Fuller Consulting Engineers, Inc. is now Fuller Group, Inc.

Fuller Consulting Engineers, Inc. has officially changed its name to Fuller Group, Inc. as of December 2015. The new name reflects the evolving focus and growth of the company. Fuller Consulting Engineers, Inc. was founded in 1997 to provide structural engineering services to architects, contractors, fabricators, owners and others associated with the building industry. The company has grown…
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AFL associates earn engineer license

AFL, a leading manufacturer and provider of services, announces that Kelvin Turner, design engineer and Steven Kranz, product application engineer for AFL’s accessories division, are recipients of the Professional Engineer license awarded by the South Carolina State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors. Over a period of eight years, both associates completed the requirements for state…
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Fluor named Best Company for Leaders by magazine

Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that it was named to the 2016 list of Best Companies for Leaders by Chief Executive magazine. Fluor was No. 13 (out of 40) on the list and the only publicly-traded engineering-construction company recognized. "Fluor is proud to be recognized as a Best Company for Leaders and especially as the only publicly-traded engineering-construction company on…
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Topham receives engineering credentials

KTM Solutions, Inc., a Greenville based mechanical engineering company is pleased to announce that David Topham successfully passed the professional engineering examination and received his professional registration to practice engineering in South Carolina. Paul Kumler, KTM Solutions President, said, “Professional registration is an important credential, a certification which we desire for all our engineers. Over the last five years,…
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