June 21, 2024

Greg Hudson Featured in SC Biz News Power List

SC Biz News has published its inaugural New Executives Power List, recognizing executives newly hired or promoted across South Carolina. RMF Principal and Project Manager, Greg Hudson, PE, CHC, HFDP is among the list of honorees. 

SC Biz News released its first-ever New Executives Power List on June 18, 2024, celebrating the notable achievements and promotions of executives in various industries across South Carolina. RMF Principal and Project Manager, Greg Hudson, PE, CHC, HFDP is featured in the inaugural selection of business leaders.

Below is an excerpt from Greg's Q&A with SC Biz News.

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Q&As from SC Biz News’ Inaugural New Executives Power List Honorees

Greg Hudson
Project Manager
RMF Engineering

What are you most looking forward to in your new position?

I'm looking forward to the opportunity to continue helping RMF grow. We've seen a lot of success in the last few years, but we have great
potential, as well. Internally, we've welcomed a number of talented, young staff members that I'm excited to work alongside as they grow and develop. I'm also excited about the work that our organization is doing in decarbonization, including the electrification of buildings and energy efficient building designs. These are important opportunities for us to be champions within our industry, and we've worked hard to become leaders in those areas. On a more personal level, I'm excited about RMF's continued growth within the healthcare field. Health care engineering is my passion, and I'm looking forward to our future in that market and the technical expertise we can bring.

What is the biggest challenge facing your industry right now? 

The ripple effects of COVID-related price increases and supply chain challenges are still very prevalent in our work today. We've seen budget set-asides that aren't sufficient for the proposed project scope due to price increases on equipment and other materials. The lead times for certain equipment is still adversely impacting project schedules. This means we must be even more diligent in working with clients and owners to adapt their projects' needs and goals into what their budget and schedule can actually accommodate.