Engineering Technology Grad Receives Certification
Horry-Georgetown Technical College (HGTC) is proud of Joshua “Josh” Lamb who graduated in the spring with a Civil Engineering Technology degree and Surveying certificate. He works for Carolina Soils Inspections and Engineering as a soils field technician and recently became certified by the American Concrete Institute. With this new certification, he is a certified concrete technician.
Josh Lamb presents new certification as a certified concrete technician from the American Concrete Institute.
“When I graduated from high school in 2019, I knew I wanted to pursue the soil testing field. I looked at Clemson, USC, and the Citadel, but with HGTC I was able to work while going to school. I would advise others to go to HGTC and recommend completing the full two-year program. It benefited me to work part-time in the field I was studying, and prior to graduation I was able to talk with those in the industry about getting a job,” said Lamb.
“Josh Lamb grew tremendously as a student while in our Civil Engineering Technology Program. It was an honor to be a part of his journey in academics as a professor. And now I look forward to his continued successes as an industry peer,” said David D. Lewis, P.E., HGTC Faculty in Civil/Construction Engineering Technology.
HGTC's Engineering Technology programs enable graduates to work within several fields of Engineering from Civil/Surveying and Construction to Electronics and Electrical Lineman to Engineering. Several of these programs are designed to transfer directly to Baccalaureate programs at senior institutions.
“The HGTC Engineering department is proud of the accomplishments of Joshua Lamb. He was a dedicated student during his time at HGTC and continues to demonstrate his commitment to lifelong learning,” said Charles Granger, HGTC Department Chair for Engineering Technology Programs.