Midlands people & achievements, August 11

August 11, 2013 

CONSTRUCTION

Columbia-based M.B. Kahn Construction has been ranked top contractor in South Carolina by Engineering News-Record.

Brasfield & Gorrie, which has an office in Columbia, has been named the third largest contractor in South Carolina by Engineering News-Record.

ENGINEERING

Florence & Hutcheson, which has an office in Columbia, is now ICA Engineering.

Clay Cannon has joined RB Todd Consulting Engineers in Irmo as a civil engineer.

Adair Stevenson has joined ECS Carolinas as a staff project manager in the Columbia office.

HEALTH CARE

PHT Services in Columbia has promoted Erica Robinson to claims consultant.

Dr. Eloise “EJ” Prijoles has joined the Greenwood Genetic Center Columbia office as an assistant clinical geneticist.

Providence Heart & Vascular Institute in Columbia has been named a “Blue Distinction Center+” for cardiac care by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina.

INSURANCE

Brett Kline has joined Stewart Title Guaranty Co. as underwriting counsel for North Carolina and South Carolina, and he will operate in Columbia.

LAW

Richard A. “Trey” Jones III has joined Richardson Plowden & Robinson as an associate attorney in the Columbia office.

NONPROFIT

We Care Center Interfaith Outreach Ministry in Chapin has elected new officers for 2013-2014: Janet Marshall, president; Karen Owens, vice president; Linda Shirer, recording secretary; Don Paczynski, administrative secretary; John Evans, treasurer. New board members are: Eileen Rickman, Mark Scott and Cathie Humphreys.

The Lourie Center board of directors has elected Jennifer Porth as board chairwoman for 2013-2014. New board members are Liz Norris, Jane Wiley, Myra Nelson and Gail Wilson-Giarratano.

REAL ESTATE

Colliers International South Carolina’s second quarter top producers are: Chuck Salley, Marsha Davis, Bob Shaw, Frank Hammond and Dave Matthews.

Jim Doolin, Clayton Chancey and William Glover have joined ERA Wilder Realty’s Northeast Columbia office as real estate agents.

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