March 8, 2024

ICE Celebrates Women’s Day & Women in Construction Week During Women’s History Month

During Women’s History Month, ICE proudly celebrates the invaluable contributions of our seventy-eight talented and accomplished women. As a firm dedicated to innovative solutions in transportation, we recognize the vital roles played by our four female Vice Presidents, fourteen women in supervisory/management positions, and thirteen female licensed Professional Engineers within the ICE Team.

February 12, 2024

ICE Receives 2024 ACEC-SC Engineering Excellence Award

ACEC-SC hosted its annual Engineering Excellence Awards Gala on Wednesday, February 7th, at the Columbia Museum of Art. This year, ICE was recognized for the Cross Island Parkway (US 278) Toll Conversion Design-Build Project, receiving the Engineering Excellence Award in the Transportation category. “Since 1986, ACEC-SC engineering firms have entered their most innovative projects and

February 5, 2024

Construction Begins on I-26 at I-95 Interchange Improvement Project

State and local officials gathered at the end of January to kick off construction on the $240 million I-26 at I-95 Interchange Improvement Project. The project consists of reconstructing the existing system interchange at I-26 and I-95. It will include full reconstruction of the current ramps and acceleration and deceleration lane tie-ins with the mainline

November 27, 2023

ICE Gives Back to the Community for Thanksgiving

Over the past two weeks, ICE personnel provided monetary and food donations to prepare Thanksgiving baskets for local non-profit, Mission Lexington. ICE is thrilled to announce 175 baskets were collected and will be distributed by Mission Lexington's mobile food pantry, which travels to the rural areas of Lexington County, SC.

August 8, 2023

Harbor River Bridge Replacement Featured in ASPIRE Magazine

As the only means for vehicular transportation from the mainland to Harbor Island, Hunting Island, and Fripp Island, the Harbor River Bridge (U.S. Route 21 over Harbor River) in Beaufort County, S.C., is an important transportation link. The original swing-span bridge over a tidal waterway and navigable channel was in poor condition and required replacement. 

August 2, 2023

ICE Gives Back to Local Students

Remember what it was like as a kid, getting all new stuff for the first day of school? How about the excitement of having bright, unbroken crayons, pencils to sharpen, and fun backpacks? All students deserve to feel that same excitement about school, so this year, ICE headquarters participated in Mission Lexington’s Back-to-School Drive to help students

April 18, 2022

ACEC-SC Recognizes ICE for Engineering Excellence

The American Council of Engineering Companies of South Carolina (ACEC-SC) held their annual Engineering Excellence Awards Gala Wednesday, April 13th following the SC Highway Engineers Conference in Columbia, SC. ICE was recognized for the work and services provided on the 85/385 Gateway and the US 21 over Harbor River Bridge Replacement projects. Both were presented

November 10, 2021

Archer-United begin Construction on Carolina Crossroads

COLUMBIA, SC - The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) held a groundbreaking event to kickoff the $1.7 billion Carolina Crossroads project, the largest interstate improvement project in state history. Click here for the Full Article on Archer Western's website. 

November 10, 2021

Archer-United with ICE as Lead Designer awarded Phase 1 of Carolina Crossroads Project

Archer-United will begin the five-phase process to improve “malfunction junction” for Midlands’ commuters. click here for the full article posted on midlandsbiz.

October 8, 2021

Flatiron/United JV and ICE win NCDOT I-95 Widening & Rehab Project

Flatiron and joint venture partner United Infrastructure Group, with lead design engineer Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering (ICE), have been selected by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) for an I-95 widening and rehabilitation project near Lumberton, North Carolina. Click here for full article: