Harby formed Coastal Structures Corporation in 1990. He is a Clemson graduate with a degree in Building Science and Management and has almost 40 years of experience in the construction field. Harby is involved in all aspects of contracting, construction, and running a small business. Although he runs the daily operations of the company, he still manages various projects.
Michael began working for Coastal Structures in 2007 as a Superintendent. In March of 2022, He was promoted to president of Coastal Structures which oversees all projects and nearly all medical projects for the corporation. He is responsible for generating estimates and purchasing, expediting, coordinating of subs, and scheduling various sized projects.
Brad joined the Coastal Structures team in 2013. He has over 25 years’ experience in real estate development, planning and permitting. As a Project Manager, he is responsible for business development, feasibility studies/budgeting, scheduling and management of various commercial projects including financial institutions, municipalities and medical office projects. Brad has a BS degree from Clemson University in Financial Management.
Ronnie was hired in 2016 as Coastal Structures’ Safety Manager. He is a military veteran in the South Carolina National Guard with over 29 years of experience in leadership, human resources management, safety management, and more. He is responsible for ensuring that the company complies with both outside safety regulatory requirements and internal policies. He visits job-sites regularly to perform safety inspections and ensure a safe environment.
Nat joined Coastal Structures in May 2021. He has 20 years of experience in the construction industry and serves as Coastal Structures’ Estimator by assisting Project Managers with quantity takeoffs, labor and material pricing, and bid submittals. He has a Bachelor’s degree from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and an Associate’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Horry-Georgetown Technical College.
Scott joined Coastal Structures in October of 2021 as Director of New Business Development, Scott will be working to expand the client base of the company and leverage existing relationships to keep Coastal Structures top-of-mind in the community. Scott will interact with the community and civic organizations on behalf of Coastal Structures. Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, from the University of South Carolina.
Denise Clemons joined Coastal Structures Corporation in August 2000 as a Bookkeeper. She earned her BA in General Business at Williamsburg Technical College in 1998. Denise is happiest when all her numbers reconcile. She loves being a part of the Coastal Structures Corporation family. Outside of the office, you will likely find her in Clemson, SC with her daughter and husband. Most days she can be found wearing orange and/or purple.
Jeff Foxworth joined Coastal Structures Corporation in May of 2021 as Warehouse Manager. Jeff loves being a part of the Coastal Structures Corporation family (Great People to work with). Outside the office, you will likely find him hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family.
Assistant Project Managers
Spencer joined the team in 2016 after graduating from Clemson University with a BS in Operations Management. Starting in the field as a labor foreman and quickly moving up to assistant superintendent, Spencer helped to complete a 65,000-square-foot medical office building in Myrtle Beach. In 2019 Spencer was promoted to superintendent and has completed various projects in the commercial and residential divisions.
Thomas Rhea has been with Coastal Structures since 2013. Thomas was with another GC in the upstate for 8 years before joining the CSC team. Thomas was hired as a superintendent for the renovation work at Tidelands Health. During his time with Coastal, he has completed multiple projects on the healthcare side, from patient room renovations to an MRI upfit to a Cath lab.
Wiley Bell joined the team in 2013 and graduated from the College of Charleston with a B.S. in Business Administration. Starting in the field as a labor foreman and quickly moving up to superintendent, Wiley helped to complete many projects in the medical construction field, including; MRI Projects, PET/CT projects, Cath Lab Suites, X-Ray Projects, and office suites. In 2021 Wiley was promoted to Assistant Project Manager and has completed all types of projects. Some of Wiley’s most recent projects are PET/CT Suite, Cardiac Rehab Suite and Gym, and a Pharmacy Remodel.
Lee was hired at Coastal Structures in 2008. He is a third generation carpenter with over 30 years of experience in construction that includes residential custom homes, framing, and trim carpentry. His work with us has centered around medical construction projects that includes the renovation of Tidelands in Georgetown and the MOB in Market Common.
Ken Taylor went to Midlands Technical College in Columbia, SC, where he studied basic drafting, blueprint reading, carpentry, and cabinet making. He was in the Peace Corps as an Industrial Arts Instructor. Afterward, he worked as a commercial carpenter for several months and as a superintendent with various commercial companies in the Columbia, SC area. He moved to Myrtle Beach in 1997 and supervised many large multifamily projects. He joined CSC in 2011 and works on various commercial projects.
Henderson Green started with Coastal Structures in 2014 as a general laborer, working mainly in Hospital settings. In 2017 he was promoted to foreman and was managing all of the labor forces to include, demolition, daily clean-up, deliveries, concrete patching, and all other items related to the daily activities of a construction site. 2020 found Henderson stepping up to an assistant superintendent roll still in medical construction and overseeing all of the labor forces and subcontractors on smaller projects. 2022 Henderson transitioned from assistant superintendent to superintendent and is wrapping up a multi-phased renovation of a fully operational medical office building.
Duanne Pope came to work at Coastal Structures in 1992 and has over 45 years of experience in the construction industry. He has an associate's degree in civil engineering from Horry – Georgetown Tech. As a project superintendent, Duanne has worked on several projects, including medical office buildings, banks, paper mill projects, high-rise condominiums, metal buildings, residential homes, and more. He has been responsible for the day-to-day operations of these types of projects.
Ryan came to Coastal Structures in 2011 as a concrete form carpenter on the industrial side. He quickly moved up to labor foreman and began managing concrete crews. In 2015 Ryan transitioned into the commercial construction side and started managing crews doing mainly medical related work. In 2017 he was promoted to the roll of superintendent and has completed several medical related projects since that time. Including multi-phased renovations inside active facilities, Chemo mixing rooms, Oncology Infusion Centers, Nuclear Medical Centers, and MRIs to name a few.
Jeff Hadwin, known by many as “Moab,” joined the team in 2014. Coastal Structures brought him on after transitioning from a maintenance position within Tidelands. Jeff has filled a much-needed role due to his extensive knowledge of operating systems within the Tidelands facilities. He excels in communications and rapport with hospital leadership and Tidelands employee-partners and is an integral presence during any scheduled systems interruptions. He most recently received ASSE 6010 and 6020 Med Gas Certifications.
Jack graduated from Socastee high school in 1974 and moved to San Antonio, Texas. He began work as a carpenters helper, mainly on high-end custom homes. Before starting his own business, framing, and remodeling, he worked with many different architects and builders. He started with Harrington Construction in 2005 and completed many commercial jobs and many multi-family housing during his 12 years with Harrington. He began with CSC in 2017 and has completed many different projects, such as Mellow Mushroom Pizza, LuLu's Arcade and retail shop and Grand Dunes Surgery Center. He is currently working on his second home for CSC Residential.
Jeff Sessions graduated from Clemson University in 1984 with a BS in Building Science and Management. He rejoined the CSC team in 2022 after 23 years of being in business for himself as a licensed general contractor specializing in commercial and industrial construction. He was previously employed with CSC for most of the ‘90’s as a superintendent, estimator, and project manager.
Jamey is one of our newest team members, joining the team in 2021. He started in the field as a general laborer. Over the next few years, he quickly worked his way through various positions before being promoted to assistant superintendent and later superintendent. Jamey is a low-country native and has almost 20 years of commercial construction experience. His experience ranges from medical and educational to retail and restaurant construction.
Keith moved Murrells Inlet after 14 years in law enforcement and serving in the US Army as a Combat Engineer. He began working in construction sales then transitioned to a vendor representative for several years. It was during this time, he learned all aspects of the construction industry. He was then given an opportunity as a superintendent in 2015 with a large national builder. It is his responsibility to manage multiple large residential construction subdivisions in the Myrtle Beach area.
Hal was hired at Coastal Structures in 2014. He has over 30 years of experience in the Construction field to include medical buildings, restaurants, entertainment. Hal also has experience working hand in hand with the Army Corps of Engineers and the USDA on numerous projects in the past.
Michael joined the Coastal Structures team in 2021, starting in the field as a superintendent. Before Michael joined the Coastal Structures team, he was a state-licensed contractor in Charleston for 26 years with 43 years of construction experience. Michael’s most recent project is a custom home in Kensington Plantation.
Gary has been in the construction industry for 40 years starting in the flooring and carpentry business. He was a home construction superintendent from 2001 to 2011 in Georgia. Gary moved to Pawleys Island in 2012 and have owned his own company doing home remodeling including Flooring, Painting, Electrical, Plumbing and Trim carpentry up until he came to work for Coastal Structures in February 2023.
Chris Russell joined the team in 2023. Chris studied chemical engineering at Purdue University and computer science at UMass. Chris has over 30 years of management experience and most recently worked for Willscot as a trainer and parts manager. Before moving to South Carolina from Massachusetts, Chris was a high school baseball coach and part of four state championships. During his spare time, Chris is a volunteer baseball coach for the Dixie Boys in Georgetown.
Work WIth Coastal Structures
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