Nick Stanley, Pe Retires from Thomas & Hutton

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Thomas & Hutton extends well wishes to Nick Stanley, PE who retired on May 31, 2019, concluding his 25-year career with Thomas & Hutton.

Nick Stanley, PE joined Thomas & Hutton in 1994 as a Project Engineer in our Savannah Civil Department, where he began his career assisting with the development of a stormwater master plan and infrastructure inventory for the Town of Hilton Head Island. Throughout his time at Thomas & Hutton, he held the roles of Principal and Project Manager. Some of his most memorable contributions to Thomas & Hutton include assistance in the expansion of the business development efforts and standardization of contracts across offices.  Nick’s most notable impact on the organization include preparation of pud and annexation documents for several large tracts of land for International Paper.  Some of these tracts of land are still producing work for Thomas & Hutton some twenty years later. He has also held an important role in several recognizable projects throughout the region including the Kessler Collection Riverfront Hotel and Eastern Wharf.

Nick is an Alumni of the University of Clemson where he graduated with his Bachelor of Science in 1993 and the University of South Carolina where he obtained his Master of Science in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering in 1998. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. Throughout his career, Nick served his local community as a member of Leadership Savannah and School Council Member with the Savannah Chatham Board of Education.  Nick looks forward to spending time travelling with his wife, Heather, enjoying time with his sons, Max and Nicholas (watching them play soccer and continue their careers in college), and fishing.

The Thomas & Hutton family is both disheartened and delighted to watch Nick enter the next chapter of his life. His presence will be truly missed at Thomas & Hutton and on behalf of the entire staff, we thank Nick for his 25 years of service.