McMillan Pazdan Smith congratulates Brandon Benzing, Derrick Simpson and Jared Moore for successfully completing their architectural examinations to become registered architects in the state of South Carolina.
Benzing received a B.A. in Architecture from Clemson in 2008, followed by his Master’s Degree of Architecture from UNC Charlotte in 2012. As a member of the firm’s Healthcare Studio, Brandon works on acute and non-acute projects for hospital systems, medical office buildings, and senior living facilities.
Moore, a graduate of Clemson University with both a B.A. in Architecture in 2010 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture in 2012, is a member of the firm’s Community Studio. His current focus is on multi-family residential and mixed-use projects, most recently serving as the Project Architect for the Ronald McDonald House expansion.
Simpson, also a member of the firm’s Healthcare Studio, earned his B.A. in Architecture in 2006 from Clemson University, followed by his Master’s Degree of Architecture, Healthcare in 2011. In addition to his work for healthcare clients, Derrick also specializes in architectural visualization and is a talented architectural photographer.