No meeting this month.   


Engineering Principles in Roofing  

Become knowledgeable in the engineering concepts to a successful roofing project.   

February's meeting was presented by Mr. James Crooks, GA/SC Area Manager for The Garland Company. James has been with The Garland Company since 2011. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from Clemson University.     

An introduction to important Division 7 principles was discussed as well as thorough overviews on: 

  • wind uplift engineering 
  • energy efficiency of roofing 
  • quality control and testing  
  • roof system durability 

Examples of local projects including McEntire JNGB were also discussed. 




Army Command Engineer's Perspective of Operations in the Central Command AOR 

Colonel Michael Baker, Director of Installation for USARCENT


Annual SAME Industry Day

The event scheduled for 21 - 22 April has been cancelled.

SAME has made this decision following CDC recommendations for social distancing and the feedback from our Government and Industry partners that have had travel restrictions imposed.

The hotel will cancel any room reservations in our block. You are encouraged to call the hotel to confirm cancellation of your reservation. 

Future communications will provide details on receiving a full refund. This policy applies to all attendees, presenters, exhibitors, and sponsors.

On behalf of SAME we appreciate your understanding! For additional questions please contact CharlestonSAME@gmail.com.


Carolina Midlands Post's First Virtual Meeting

 Mr. Frank Mundy II, PLS, Vice President and Geomatics Practice Leader of STEWART presented “Drones & Autonomous Vehicles; Changes on the Horizon for the A/E Design Community”. 

Unmanned vehicles whether by air, land or water are continuing to evolve in sophistication and use in both every day and professional life. This webinar will examine the uses of these tools in providing services within the A/E industry. Additionally, a broader discussion will be held on how this technology will change designs and specifications in the future. Current examples of this technology’s use will be highlighted throughout the session.


Virtual JETC: Adapting for Today, and Tomorrow. 

A Virtual Event for the Joint Engineering Community

COVID-19 is impacting almost every aspect of day-to-day life. For many organizations, business as we know it has changed for the time being. But supporting national security never stops. And as the world faces these challenging times, it's now more important than ever to stay positive, stay connected, and stay focused on the mission ahead.

Virtual JETC is your chance to stay up to speed with all that is happening in the federal A/E/C sector. You will hear from government decision-makers and industry leaders and get a detailed look at how our profession is pivoting to tackle the infrastructure-related national security challenges we are all facing in this unprecedented environment.


Carolina Midlands Post Virtual Meeting   

Topic:  Please join our second virtual meeting as we discuss up-coming Post Events, review the Virtual JETC Programs, and solicit feedback for our own Post Programs. 

Presenter: Frank Mondo, Carolina Midlands Post President

We also welcome LTC Colonel John Vipperman with AFCENT, our incoming Post Vice President.  

Date: Tuesday, June 9th  11:30-12:30

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Scholarship awards, Camper out-brief   

Meeting Location TBD  
Tuesday, June 14th  


Joint ASCE Event   

Meeting Location TBD 
Tuesday, June 11th  


Annual Golf Tournament  

Meeting Location 
Carolina Lakes Golf Course 
Friday, September 18th


Tour of Semmes Lake Dam  

Meeting Location 
Tuesday, October 13th
Semmes Lake Dam
Fort Jackson, SC  


Meeting Location TBD 
Tuesday,  10th  


Meeting Location TBD 
Tuesday, December 8th