Construction And Planning
Construction Project planning and programming — Construction and Planning staff members can provide guidance in developing a construction program for an organization or unit of government for a specific purpose, and can produce construction program documents for use in relating design needs to consultant/designers hired by Construction and Planning or the organization.
Design of small projects — The Construction and Planning staff, which includes architects and project managers, has the capability of providing support to the client organization design services on projects. The advantage of having an in-house project management team is enhanced by the working knowledge of state government processes and procedures which the Construction and Planning staff maintains through daily activities.
Design And Construction Procurement — The Construction and Planning office is set up to manage the process which governs the correct procurement of all types of design and construction services. Our primary business is the hiring and supervision of private- sector design firms, and the bidding and management of construction work performed by private-sector construction firms.
A landfill is a large outdoor site specifically designed for the disposal of waste. Not all landfills are the same. Different kinds of landfills accept different kinds of waste including:
- Industrial waste
- Hazardous waste
- Construction and demolition debris
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), commonly defined as household trash or garbage.
When you think of a landfill, you probably are thinking of the landfill that accepts your household trash or garbage.
Recycling Market Development team launched a NEW free online tool called the SC recycling markets directory. The directory helps manufacturers keep valuable materials in motion by reducing waste and helping businesses meet sustainability goals. The platform showcases more than 300 South Carolina recycling companies, and it allows manufacturers to easily find recyclers in their area.
The Recycling Market Development staff at the South Carolina Department of Commerce provides business matchmaking support, administers one-on-one materials management consultation, works with existing and emerging markets for materials, and tracks the economic impact of the recycling industry.
Recycling is a green growth industry in South Carolina, home to over 300 recycling companies including collectors, processors, recycled product manufacturers and equipment makers.