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Ohio University,1998
Professional Engineer (SC & OH)
LEED Accredited Professional

Paul is a meticulous, self-described perfectionist but don’t think for one second that inhibits his creative process. When he saw a chance to join a team that thinks outside of the box, he jumped on it. Paul loves “problem-solving with a flair” which makes him a great addition to a diverse team dedicated to finding creative solutions to project challenges.


Paul has accrued extensive technical and management experience over his eighteen-year career as a civil engineer. He received his degree in civil engineering from Ohio University in 1998 and relocated to Charleston in 2004. He has spent his fourteen years in the Lowcountry designing, permitting, and managing a wide range of projects including water supply, stormwater analysis, conveyance, quality treatment systems,wastewater management, transportation infrastructure, and site and master planning for local government and private development clients.

Paul truly exhibits Reveer’s office culture. He wants to think outside the box and simply engineer things that have an interesting nature and application to the world around him. It shows in his work as well. Paul was the Senior Engineer for the master planning of a 1,600-acre parcel, known as Ingleside, which is slated as one of the largest mixed-use commercial developments in North Charleston's history. He was also the lead engineer for the master planning of Magnolia; a 218-acre EPA CERCLA site on the Ashley River. The Magnolia Master Plan was chosen as one of the first LEED neighborhood Development Pilot Projects in South Carolina. Most recently, Paul managed a team of 30 multi-disciplined engineers for Boeing's $100M aerospace expansion in North Charleston


Outside of the office Paul’s competitive spirit shines. He enjoys just about every sport, is a car enthusiast, and continues to perfect his golf game in the lovely surroundings Charleston has to offer.

Paul lives in Mt. Pleasant.

Paul Ford


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