Seamon Whiteside + Associates is pleased to announce that Sara Joyce and William O’Neal have both passed their professional engineering exams.
To pass the professional engineering test, a minimum of four years of working within the profession under a registered P.E. is required. The eight-hour exam covers all specialties of engineering and consists of design, analysis, application and economic questions. It is a significant accomplishment to pass the exam on the first try, which both Seamon Whiteside + Associates employees succeeded in doing.
Sara and William dedicated four months prior to the exam to studying while continuing to work on projects for SW+A.
Sara is a 2005 Clemson University graduate and has worked for SW+A for the past five years. She provided project coordination for civil engineering and construction administration services on two award-winning projects, Moultrie Middle School and
Mount Pleasant Academy.
William, a 2004 Clemson University graduate, has been providing civil engineering services including design, permitting, and construction administration with increasing responsibilities since joining Seamon Whiteside + Associates six years ago. He is also LEED accredited and provided civil engineering services for South Carolina’s first LEED shopping center as Rivertowne Place.
Seamon Whiteside + Associates now have 11 Professional Engineers on staff.