Exciting Leadership Changes in South Carolina

As WK Dickson continues to grow in South Carolina, we are pleased to announce two changes in our leadership team.

Terry Macaluso, PE, vice president with WK Dickson, is taking on the role of the practice area leader for our land development and energy groups. In this role, Terry will lead the continued advancement of two of WK Dickson’s fastest-growing practices in new and existing strategic locations throughout the southeast.

David Pond, PE, president, shares, “Terry is a tremendous resource to our clients looking to develop property – whether it’s an industrial site, a municipal site, an educational facility, or an airport. His understanding of critical infrastructure solutions is second to none.”

Terry, who has been with WK Dickson since 2009, has a broad range of technical expertise in land development planning and design, public works infrastructure (aviation and utilities), transportation, and various aspects of economic development programs. He graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in civil engineering and is a licensed engineer in South Carolina and Alabama.

Additionally, Clay Cannon, PE, has been promoted to vice president and regional manager for the Columbia, SC, office. Clay assumes responsibility for the operations in the Midlands and will play a significant role in directing much of the growth of WK Dickson’s overall infrastructure consulting services in the Midlands.

“In the short time Clay has been with WK Dickson, he has demonstrated strong leadership with our people and clients and has been a valuable contributor to our work. These are key areas that we look for in our leadership team, and we are pleased to have him taking on a larger leadership role with the company through this promotion,” said Scott Whalen, COO.

Clay recently joined WK Dickson as a senior land development consultant and has over 24 years of civil engineering and project management experience. His specialties include civil/site design with a focus on commercial, K-12, higher education, recreation, municipal, and industrial design, including geometric roadway design, grading plans, parking layouts, stormwater system design, and municipal sanitary sewer and water system design. Clay received his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Clemson University and is a licensed professional engineer in South Carolina.