Keowee Towne Market

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​Conservation Theory

Born and raised in the “Steeplechase Capital of South Carolina” (Camden), Rob Bradley first visited Lake Keowee in 1992 during his Open Water Certification and fell in love. He made many trips back to the area, visiting Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee, with the vow to one day call the Upstate home. Rob’s dreams became reality when he moved with his wife, Meredith, step-daughter, Sara and grand-daughter, Haven (“Squirt”) to this beautiful area in 2015.

Since his first trip to Lake Keowee in 1992, Rob has achieved the level of DCSI (Dive Control Specialist Instructor) and now teaches with Upstate Scuba in Clemson to bring the underwater world to others. An avid lover of anything water, he has traveled the world diving. He and Meredith spend most weekends on the water or riding their Harley on the “back roads” in search of new places to explore.

Rob is also an experienced “house flipper” who doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty and doing his own work! He has a vast knowledge of home construction and enjoys sharing it with his buyers. He can spot things that some may miss while viewing a potential purchase.

Rob has found his piece of paradise on Lake Keowee and loves helping his clients find one of their own!

Construction Science and Engineering, Inc. (CSE) is a structural engineering and architectural forensic firm that investigates and provides remedial recommendations for building enclosures and structures. We are at the forefront to investigate the building envelope and structural components of mid-rise buildings. Our expertise expands beyond buildings to other areas that include civil, life safety, trip and fall, and construction administration. Established in 2003 by engineers committed to provide forensic services, our professional staff has over 125 years of experience and has provided services throughout the U.S. and Caribbean. The company began with a focus toward existing building envelope (roof, walls, fenestration, etc.) systems, construction related issues, fire retardant treated wood degradation and cost-effect remediation. We continue to expand into product performance, life-safety, human factors, and structural investigation.   http://constructionscience.org/