Scott Horton, PE
C. Scott Horton, PE, has spent the majority of his career working in industrial settings coordinating structural engineering within plant operations. Foundation design, concrete design, and steel design have become his strength. He is familiar with all aspects and types of foundation design and performed designs using that knowledge to provide a stable support for equipment and structures alike.
Horton received an award from the City of Hanahan for his work with Water Missions International, a non-profit group supplying drinking water systems. Scott designed the foundations for their water tower in Haiti. After the earthquake, the tower remained standing as designed while all neighboring structures fell. The tower and safe drinking water it produced helped with the relief efforts there. Horton leads Berenyi’s design and construction team in Sumter, South Carolina.
B.S. Civil Engineering – Clemson University, 2004
Registered Professional Engineer: South Carolina, Ohio, Mississippi, & Arkansas
Giant Cement Clinker Storage Expansion – Harleyville, SC
Nucor Steel DRI Storage Facility – Huger, SC
Nucor Steel Tension Leveler Buildiing Addition – Huger, SC
Giant Cement Marl Crusher Addition – Harleyville, SC
Holcim Cement Non-Hazardous Waste Facility – Holly Hill, SC
Giant Resource Recovery Facility Upgrade – Harleyville, SC
Force Protection Production Expansion – Ladson, SC
Kinder Morgan Coal Storage Facility – Charleston, SC
Diamler Chrysler Production Expansion – Ladson, SC
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Skills Training Center – North Charleston, SC
Giant Cement Cement Loadout Upgrade – Harleyville, SC