FULLER HAPPENINGS

Local journalist highlights importance of accessibility in new and existing buildings

July 01, 2017

Melinda Young at Upstate Business Journal published a compelling article about the ADA and one of downtown Greenville’s popular hotels, Aloft. In the article she describes how Sandy Hanebrink, executive director of Touch the Future, found that the brand new (at the time) hotel was not ADA-compliant, when Sandy arrived for an ADA training session. Read more here.

Our architects at Fuller Group, Inc. provide premises liability support and ADA compliance surveys. Let us provide accessibility consultation for your new or existing building.

South Carolina Children’s Theatre

June 23, 2017

Fuller Group, Inc. is pleased to provide Structural Engineering services for the recently announced South Carolina Children’s Theatre. The project will break ground in September 2017 for their new multi-million dollar campus that includes a 300-seat theatre, a separate Second Stage space, education classrooms, administrative space, and a spacious lobby.

We have enjoyed working with the Peace Center in previous projects, and we look forward to working with their team again, to better our beloved city in this venture. The Greenville News has photos and more information here.

Fuller Now Licensed in 48 States

May 22, 2017

Fuller Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mark Hudson, Project Manager, has obtained his professional engineering registration within the State of California. This new licensure allows Fuller to practice within the forty-eight contiguous states. Join us in congratulating Mark!

Fuller Prunes, Fuller Plants, Fuller Paints

May 08, 2017

Last Saturday – Hands On Greenville Day – Fuller’s staff was part of about 5,000 people volunteering at various community service projects. Together, we completed 155 projects across Greenville County. Fuller Group jumped in on the fun at Heritage Elementary school in Travelers Rest, SC. We left our building envelope and structural engineering worlds to spend some time outdoors. Our architects, engineers, and their families, spent the morning painting a fence, painting bus drop-off and pick-up lines, planting flowers and shrubs, landscaping, and cleaning.

For more information about Hands On Greenville, visit United Way’s website.

Friday After the Masters

April 14, 2017

The Masters had us on the edge of our seats all weekend. We were all in the golfing spirit as we got to Friday, when the Fuller office held its second annual Friday After the Masters Putt-Putt Tournament. Dressed in our best and cheesiest golf attire, we paired up and teed off for a challenging nine-hole competition around the office. The more difficult the shot, the more entertaining it was to watch our colleagues aim around a trash can or UPS shipping tube!

When the game ended with a three-way tie, the team with the best outfit won the championship. The afternoon finished off with burgers and hot dogs on a giant smoker, with us vowing to practice our putting skills religiously before next year’s tournament.

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