Dennis Corporation Employees Participate in Adopt-a-Highway Program 


February 3, 2017

The Adopt-a-Highway program, through PalmettoPride, partners with companies to help keep roadways cleaner through volunteer service. For almost 25 years, this program has aided in the cleanup of local areas throughout South Carolina as our state and local governments do not have the resources available to clean up the litter on our roadways. Volunteers have removed more than 27 million pounds of trash and recyclables from South Carolina communities, waterways and forests. Dennis Corporation has proudly worked with Adopt-a-Highway to cleanup multiple roadways and to combat the detrimental environmental impact of litter. Thanks to the Adopt-a-Highway program, Palmetto Pride, and all of the companies and volunteers who participate to make this program possible, litter in South Carolina has been reduced by 62% over the past ten years.
Dennis Corporation is a locally owned engineering, surveying, and construction management firm in Columbia, South Carolina. Currently involved with projects throughout the state, Dennis Corporation is committed to meeting client needs for completing projects under budget and ahead of schedule.
Dennis Corporation works with a number of programs to better our community, including Adopt-a-Highway. The firm adopted the section of Huger Street stretching from Laurel to Gervais in August 2016. Before cleaning Huger Street, Dennis Corporation volunteered trash pick-up at Clemson Road. The new section is a six-block stretch, located on the same street as the company headquarters.
On the morning of Friday, February 03, 2017, Dennis Corporation employees volunteered their time before work walking along the Huger Street route collecting trash for the Adopt-a-Highway program because clean communities are safe communities. Dennis Corporation is proud to be a local company of the Palmetto State and strives to better the community and keep South Carolina beautiful from the lush green mountains of the upstate to the coastal waterways of the low-country.