Charlotte, NC, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- W.K. Dickson & Co., Inc., a leading community infrastructure consulting firm, announced today they are opening a new regional office in Charleston, South Carolina. This new location will allow WK Dickson to better serve existing and future clientele along the Carolina coast.
“Our new Charleston location represents a natural outgrowth of the strong client and partner base we already have in eastern South Carolina,” said David Peeler, President and CEO. “Under the leadership of Bill Young, WK Dickson is well positioned to increase our impact in the region by supporting our clients’ capital improvement plans and helping them obtain the funding they need to upgrade their infrastructure.”
The Charleston regional office will be fully staffed by June 1 and will primarily provide planning, design and engineering consulting service for water, wastewater, and stormwater projects. Future expansion plans include the addition of airport, site design, and GIS consulting services to the office.
For the last three years, WK Dickson has been rapidly increasing its presence in eastern South Carolina, while serving area clients out of the firm’s Wilmington, NC and Columbia, SC offices. The new location in Charleston is a logical extension of the company’s footprint in the southeastern United States. For location or other information, please visit www.wkdickson.com/about-us/office-locations/
or call 800-603-2872.
WK Dickson is a multi-disciplined consulting firm specializing in total community infrastructure solutions including: Airport Planning & Design; Environmental & Water Resources Engineering; Community Planning & Site Development; and Geospatial Technology. Our goal is to help communities improve the lives of its citizens through sound, ecologically responsible design principals. The firm has been headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina since its founding in 1929 and has steadily grown to operate eight regional offices strategically located throughout the Southeastern United States.