Lexington office groundbreaking marks growth for Mead & Hunt

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Engineers Week is a great time to celebrate the industry and the commitment to making a difference in our world. Mead & Hunt’s Lexington, South Carolina staff have another reason to celebrate this week…a groundbreaking at our new office. 058-retouched3 From our meager beginnings in the basement of a Lexington County home to today’s groundbreaking ceremony for our new 13,000 square foot office space, Mead & Hunt continues to be an ever-expanding business. We are fueled by our drive to establish long-lasting relationships with our clients and efforts to help them achieve their goals.

With a culture built on an entrepreneurial spirit, our state-of-the-art facility will have the ability to expand another 7,000 square feet. Our new office will unite our diverse service lines all under one roof. Transportation design, construction inspection, survey, aviation and architecture will continue to be the cornerstone of our Lexington service offerings, while we look to expand and innovate in the future.

Our success in South Carolina over the past ten years is a direct correlation with the dynamic County and Town in which we are located. We would like to thank the Town of Lexington and County of Lexington for providing us with opportunities to grow and thrive. Many thanks to the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce for taking part in our special groundbreaking event and always being a true advocate for our growth. Our staff and business is truly integrated within the community, and we appreciate everyone’s continued support during this exciting time of expansion.

Berry Still, PE

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Berry Still, P.E., has unique experience with the three major aspects of a roadway project – environmental, design and construction – give him keen insight necessary to anticipate environmental issues early so that project schedules are maintained. This is especially valuable in the design-build projects where time is of the essence. Berry’s knowledge of the NEPA and permitting process and the stakeholders involved will prove to be an asset to any project team.

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