Deputy Chief of US Attorney’s Office in SC forming private practice

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Andy Moorman, a Deputy Chief of theUnited States Attorney’s Office for the District of South Carolina, is going into private practice on December 16th. His practice will focus on criminal cases including drug conspiracy, white collar offenses, firearms offenses, DUIs, traffic offenses, property crimes and murder; civil cases including car wrecks, truck accidents,…

Markley Station named March of Dimes 2019 Development of the Year

GREENVILLE, S.C. — The adaptive reuse Markley Station project in Greenville’s West End has been named the March of Dimes 2019 Development of the Year. Owned and redeveloped by RealOp Investments, Markley Station is a 43,732-square-foot reimagined warehouse space designed to be a community gathering place.  “The redevelopment of Markley Station was thoughtfully planned and…

Hill Electric Company earns the 2019 Business of Integrity Award from BBB

ANDERSON, S.C. – When it comes to marketplace ethics, it appears no one can touch industrial electrical contractor Hill Electric. TheBetter Business Bureau of the Upstate, a private non-profit organization serving the 10-county Upstate area, honored Hill Electric with a 2019 Business of Integrity Award for Marketplace Ethics in the 50-199 employee category earlier this month.   Founded in 1954,…

Zuendt Engineering adds Jim Crandall as Managing Partner in Florida

TAMPA, FL.  – Full service civil and structural engineering firm, Zuendt Engineering, has added Jim Crandall as its managing partner for its Florida office.  Crandall earned his bachelor’s degree in civil/environmental engineering from the University of South Florida. Before joining Zuendt, Crandall served three years as the senior vice president of CHA Consulting, Inc. His…