Williamson to Lead STV's South Carolina, Georgia Operations
ROCK HILL, SC Sheri Williamson, P.E., a professional engineer with nearly 25 years of experience supporting major highway and bridge projects throughout the southeast, is named to lead STV's business operations in Georgia and South Carolina. She will report directly to STV Senior Vice President and Southeast Regional Manager E. Richard Capps Jr., P.E.
Georgia and South Carolina include some of the fastest growing metro areas in the U.S. Throughout the years, STV has been a leading provider of engineering, planning, and construction management services for numerous transportation and building projects in those areas. As the business unit leader, Williamson will oversee all facets of the business while looking to increase STV's presence in these states.
"We look forward to Sheri's enthusiasm and leadership skills to continue to grow our operations in South Carolina and Georgia," said Capps. "We're confident in her all-around capabilities, not just from a business development perspective, but also from the standpoint of her strong technical skills and financial acumen."
Since joining STV in 2010, Williamson has led a number of major roadway design projects, including the Fort Mill Southern Bypass in eastern York County, South Carolina. The American Society of Civil Engineers South Carolina Section Board recently recognized the initiative as a Project of the Year. Among other projects, Williamson is currently overseeing the design of the widening of a 17-mile section of SR 85 in Georgia's Fayette and Coweta counties.
Other award-winning projects that STV has supported out of its Rock Hill, North Charleston, and Columbia, South Carolina, and Atlanta and Duluth, Georgia, offices include the Fantasy Harbour Bridge and U.S. 17 Bypass/SC 707 Interchange, both in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as well as the U.S. Army's 4th Infantry Combat Brigade at Fort Stewart, Georgia.
Prior to joining the firm, Williamson worked for several leading engineering firms throughout the southeast. She earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and serves on the American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina's board of directors.