Greenville, S.C. – blueWATER Civil Design is pleased to announce Patrick Reid as director of business development. Reid’s responsibilities will include acting as a liaison between clients and project managers, enhancing the client experience, and leading the company’s strategic outreach throughout the Upstate.
Prior to joining blueWATER Civil Design, Reid served as client development manager at Summit Engineering, Laboratory & Testing where he focused on the development of client and community relationships. Reid serves on the programs committee of the Urban Land Institute and is an honors graduate of The Citadel.
“We are thrilled to have Patrick join our team,” said Chris Price, founding partner and
professional engineer for blueWATER Civil Design. “The director of business development is a role we have envisioned creating since the inception of our company, and Patrick’s experience in stewarding community relationships makes him a perfect fit for the job.”
blueWATER Civil Design has deep roots in Greenville working with private developers,
contractors, municipalities, government agencies, school boards, churches, sewer authorities, water authorities and other engineering firms on projects of all sizes across multiple states. The company prides itself in taking on any project regardless of the size.
In addition to the appointment of Reid as director of business development, blueWATER Civil Design has recently appointed Dean McMaster as senior designer and Dylan Morris, Tyler Fers and Lexi Chickoree as project engineers.
About blueWATER Civil Design
blueWATER Civil Design, LLC is a professional civil engineering firm, located in Greenville, S.C., serving the southeastern US and beyond. The firm is bound together by four founding professional engineers with more than 100 years of combined experience in all aspects of: civil sitework engineering, land planning, site selection and analysis and NPDES/CEPSCI compliance.
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