SeamonWhiteside (SW+), a full-service site design firm with offices throughout the Carolinas, recently announced the hire of Brittany Grabski as Director of Marketing.
Grabski brings with her eight years of marketing experience in the architecture, engineering and construction (A.E.C.) industries. Her diverse skill set and deep industry knowledge will be instrumental in advancing awareness of SeamonWhiteside’s brand and growth. She will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic initiatives aimed at expanding SW+’s footprint across the Carolinas.
“Brittany will bring a new perspective to our leadership team, inspiring us with fresh ideas and unique insight,” says Russ Seamon, President of SeamonWhiteside. “As we look toward the future of SeamonWhiteside, we have no doubt that Brittany’s impact will be immense, shaping the trajectory of our success and helping us achieve our goals as we grow.”
Grabski’s notable accolades begin with her multi-interdisciplinary studies at the University of South Carolina. With eight years of experience in the construction industry, she has consistently demonstrated a strong track record of driving revenue growth, building successful marketing campaigns and fostering brand recognition through innovative strategies and effective team collaboration. Most recently, she was recognized in Charleston’s Business Magazine’s 2023 Best and Brightest 35 and Under. This award recognizes individuals who are making an immense impact in the Lowcountry and beyond.
“I feel deeply grateful for the privilege of spearheading SeamonWhiteside’s marketing team,” says Grabski. “I see this as an incredible opportunity to showcase our positive contributions to the communities we serve as we continue to offer valuable and impactful end-to-end services.”
The hire of a Director of Marketing comes in the same year as two new department expansions. Most recently, SeamonWhiteside announced the acquisition of a new Land Surveying Department, as well as a dedicated Water Resources Engineering Department earlier this year. The strategic growth in hiring, team expansion and project breadth speaks to SeamonWhiteside’s commitment to elevating the site design experience and attracting the brightest talent with unique expertise.
The firm’s success is vast throughout the Carolinas, including the recent opening of the International African American Museum and Morrison Yard in Charleston, as well as County Square Redevelopment in Greenville. Across SeamonWhiteside’s five offices in North and South Carolina, Grabski’s efforts will support a team of 181 employees in the civil engineering, land planning, master planning and landscape architecture spaces.