GMC opens new geotechnical lab in Mauldin

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. (GMC) engineering and architecture firm has opened a geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing laboratory in Mauldin, South Carolina. The new lab will allow the firm to better serve current clients in Greenville and the surrounding areas, in addition to providing the support needed to expand its regional client base.

“We are excited to expand our geotechnical services to Greenville and the South Carolina region,” Kevin Wales, GMC Vice President of Geotechnical and Construction Services, said. “The growth our Greenville office has experienced over the last few years has enabled us to offer geotechnical and testing services locally, and in turn, more efficiently.”

The geotechnical lab will be led by Construction Services Manager Mark Smith. “Mark brings considerable construction materials testing and inspection expertise that will greatly benefit our existing clients,” Wales said. “We are confident in his leadership and ability to deliver the quality of services our firm strives to provide.”

The Greenville geotechnical lab is located at 125 K Old Mills Road, Mauldin, S.C. 29607. Regional Vice President Kevin Laird leads the firm’s South Carolina region, which includes offices in Greenville and Columbia. In addition, GMC has offices located throughout the Southeast in Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee.


Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. (GMC) is one of the region's largest privately-held architecture and engineering firms, with more than 375 employees located in offices throughout the southeastern United States. While the company has evolved tremendously since its launch in 1947, our founding principles remain a vital part of our daily operations. We maintain our commitment to keeping client satisfaction, creativity, quality, integrity and diversity as the primary focus of every project. One of the most comprehensive multi-disciplined firms in the Southeast, GMC is equipped to provide all of the services associated with architecture, engineering, environmental, geotechnical, interior design, landscape, planning, surveying and transportation.