Don Kassing of Aspire2 Consulting was named recipient of the Community Builder of the Year Award by Trident United Way. Also, Modibor Fullah of Santee Cooper was named the Young Philanthropists Society Member of the Year; Cummins Inc. was recognized as Corporate Community Builder of the Year; and Shelley Greene and Archie Franchini of the Berkeley County School District were presented the Ben Stage Above and Beyond Award.
Allen Gibson, an attorney in the Charleston office of Womble Carlyle, has been named president-elect of the American College of Construction Lawyers. He will become president of the organization in 2015.
Shawn Howell of Howell & Associates represented the seller, Albemarle Associates of Mount Pleasant LLC, and Len Meyer of the Peninsula Co. represented the purchaser, Flournoy Development Co., in the $4.64 million sale of 35 Folly Road.
Chandra Curtis of the Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic has been named the recipient of the Engineer of the Year Award from the Charleston Engineers' Joint Council.
Edward Robinson of The Beach Co. represented the landlord in leasing 24,615 square feet of office space at 3820 Faber Place Drive, North Charleston, to Boeing Co. The tenant was represented by Charlie Carmody of CBRE.
Craig Condon and Laban Chappell of High Seas Properties represented the landlord in leasing 1,505 square feet of medical office space at 900 Bowman Road, Mount Pleasant, to Carolina Geriatric Specialists LLC. Thomas Kennedy of Kennedy Partners represented the tenant.
Todd P. Garrett, a principal with Avison Young, has received the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors designation from Washington, D.C.-based SIOR.
J.J. Lamberson, president of Charleston-based Twin Rivers Capital, has received the Certified Retail Property Executive designation from the International Council of Shopping Centers.
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