Founded in 1998 as Hulsey & Associates, Inc. by Mr. C. Wesley Hulsey, P.G., Principal Consulting Scientist, HMW added the talents of Mr. J. Daniel Wallace, P.E. and Mr. Kent S. McCormick, P.E. as Principals in 1999 to form Hulsey McCormick & Wallace, Inc. HMW grew to build a team of dedicated engineering and consulting professionals serving clients throughout the Southeast.
HMW has built a reputation for providing sound and responsive engineering and planning, water and wastewater regulatory consulting for Municipal, County, Public Utility, State and Federal Government, Institutional, Large Industrial, and Private Development Clients. After 20 years in business, HMW remains committed to providing responsive engineering and consulting services to its clients.
HMW is excited to be attending this year's South Carolina Environmental Conference! Come join us as several of our employees present a variety of interesting topics. Here is a list of our presentations:
Tom Vollmar, P.E. - Anticipating Major System Changes: Master Plan & Greenfield WTP Plant - Monday, 2:15-2:45 p.m., Room BR-B
Matt Broderick, P.E. - #Howcoolisthat v2.0: 21st Century Visualization Tools for Utility Projects - Tuesday, 10:25-10:55 a.m., Room 104/105
HULSEY McCORMICK & WALLACE ANNOUNCES EXPANSION INTO DOWNTOWN SPARTANBURG
Spartanburg, SC – February 8, 2018 - Hulsey McCormick & Wallace, Inc. (HMW) is proud to announce the opening of a Spartanburg office, located at 101 Pine in Downtown Spartanburg.
HMW specializes in high performance, cost-efficient civil and environmental engineering solutions for clients throughout the Southeast. Spartanburg will be HMW’s third location, with offices currently operating in Greenville, SC and Hickory, NC.
“We have the upmost confidence in Spartanburg,” said Wes Hulsey, CEO of HMW. “The City and County leaders, Chamber of Commerce, public utility providers and private developers investing in the community make Spartanburg a great place to do business. We share in the OneSpartanburg vision, as HMW pursues its vision to be the Southeastern leader in client and employee loyalty and satisfaction.”
The firm takes pride in the ongoing relationships it has built with clients in both the public and private sectors. Its goal is simple: to provide cost benefit solutions and a seamless follow-through in every phase of the project. “This addition will allow us to better serve our clients,” Hulsey stated.
“HMW’s move into the Spartanburg market shows that there is a need and opportunity for their services to be provided to local businesses and government agencies,” said Tim Satterfield, the Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine broker who represented HMW in the site selection process.
The announcement results in up to eight new jobs in Downtown Spartanburg. “We are starting to see more highly skilled professionals look at the Spartanburg market, and HMW is a reflection of that,” Satterfield shared.
Spartanburg’s new Downtown Development Partnership (DDP), an entity launched through the OneSpartanburg initiative, assisted HMW with the selection process. “We are seeing the business community take note of Spartanburg’s momentum,” said Jansen Tidmore, executive vice president of DDP. “They understand that now is the time to invest in Downtown Spartanburg.”
The HMW Spartanburg office grand opening was also highlighted on WSPA News 7's feature on the One Spartanburg Initiatiive.
Members of the HMW Team visited the Hope Center for Children in Spartanburg to help decorate their Christmas Tree.
Saluda County Water and Sewer Authority (SCWSA) celebrated the ground breaking of their $21.1 Million Water Treatment Plant on February 2, 2017. The SCWSA vision for the Water Treatment Plant has been two decades in the making, and Hulsey McCormick & Wallace is excited to champion the commencement of this project and supervise through its completion. Congratulations Saluda County Water and Sewer Authority!
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