A state-of-the-art facility that will play a central role
in shaping America’s energy future.
Winners of the 2014 National Best of the Best Projects competition, honoring the building teams that created the year’s top construction projects, were announced on March 10 by Engineering News-Record (ENR,http://enr.construction.com), the industry–leading information source from Dodge Data & Analytics (http://construction.com). Judges including prominent architects, engineers, general contractors and other construction industry professionals worked with the ENR …View full post
The Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston received the Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina (ACEC-SC). CURI was officially recognized Tuesday as an award-winner in the “building and technology systems” category at the 2015 Engineering Excellence Awards Gala at the Columbia Museum of Art. The award specifically cited …View full post
Clemson University officials broke ground Thursday for a $21.5-million building that will help shape the future of the state’s engineering landscape for generations to come. President James P. Clements joined Anita Zucker, Jonathan and Laura Zucker for the ceremony celebrating the commencement of work on the approximately 70,000-square-foot Zucker Family Graduate Education Center, scheduled to …View full post
The Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston received The Trailblazer Award from the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. CURI was recognized at the 2014 Honors Night Thursday at the Francis Marion Hotel.
In presenting the award, the chamber said, “CURI is driving economic growth and development by building a sustainable future through strategic private/public partnerships supporting South …
The Canadian Discovery Channel produced a story giving an inside look at Clemson University’s SCE&G Energy Innovation Center and Duke Energy eGRID on the Restoration Institute campus in North Charleston, South Carolina. The feature was shot for a show on the Canadian Discovery Channel called “Daily Planet”. This is the world’s only daily hour-long science …View full post