Back to news articles

Merrick Expands South Carolina Office


In Support of Our Nation’s Strategic Materials Program

Merrick & Company (Merrick), a global engineering, architecture, geospatial, and science and technology solutions firm, has moved to a new office location in Aiken, SC as it continues its growth in response to market demand at the Savannah River Site (SRS). Merrick’s Aiken office supports the nation’s Plutonium Sustainment Program along with other missions directed by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), a semi-autonomous agency within the United States Department of Energy. The expanded office will allow Merrick to continue to provide regional clients with the highest level of professional services.

“Merrick is excited to continue providing world-class nuclear services to the Savannah River Site community with the expansion of our office in Aiken, SC. We remain committed to supporting the SRS, as well as the local Aiken business community, and will continue leveraging our expertise in developing and deploying technology to address critical national missions in partnership with the Savannah River Site, the Department of Energy, and the National Nuclear Security Administration,” said Christopher Sherry, CEO of Merrick.

The firm opened its Aiken office in 2019. Since that time, Merrick has continued to expand its support to the Savannah River community as demand has increased. With the firm’s new Aiken office location, Merrick is well-positioned to continue its support of our nation’s critical national missions. Scott Gustafson, Merrick’s Nuclear Services and Technology Business Unit leader, says, “Our Aiken presence provides our regional clients with easy access to our expertise in nuclear facilities and specialized equipment design. We look forward to continuing our work supporting our nation’s nuclear deterrent.”

Merrick maintains 26 offices that serve clients in the national security; infrastructure; energy; manufacturing and bioprocessing; and life sciences markets.

# # #

To Top