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2024 Corporate Centre Dr., Ste. 102
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Transportation

Today’s motorists demand transportation facilities that are safe, attractive, easy to navigate and efficient. As transportation providers across the country plan solutions that increase or optimize the capacity of transportation networks, our creative design approaches can help balance design with the environment and future growth.

Providing new streets and upgrading failing roadways and their related infrastructure is one of every communities constant challenges. We understand the public and private critical issues to the design of these systems and maintain public trust in the projects we design. We meet the needs of our city, county and state roadway systems through public involvement, use of technology to determine the most effective solutions and integrating the firm's traffic expertise.

Coastal Grand Regional Mall Complex

Coastal Grand Regional Mall Complex

In a joint venture between Horry County, the City of Myrtle Beach and the Burroughs and Chapin Company, Castles Engineering did a master drainage Read More

Harrelson Boulevard

Harrelson Boulevard

Harrelson Boulevard was an extension of a new road and new location of approximately 1.7 miles of four-lane divided highway.  Castles Read More

Marina Parkway & 62nd Ave. Extension.

Marina Parkway & 62nd Ave. Extension.

In this alignment and design by Castles Engineering of the MCBP roads of Marina Parkway’s Phases 1B and 2, we used round-abouts instead of Read More

Central Parkway

Central Parkway

Central Parkway, now known as Robert M.Grissom Parkway, is a major four-lane connector highway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The road begins at Read More

Broadway at the Beach Complex

Broadway at the Beach Complex

Broadway at the Beach is a shopping center located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Since its inception in 1996, it has grown to be one Read More

Wild Wing Boulevard

Wild Wing Boulevard

The origin of Wild Wing Plantation dates back to 1991 when the Wood Stork course was opened.  A second course, the Hummingbird, was opened in Read More