New PEs in Stantec Alaska Offices
Anchorage, AK (February 25, 2015) NYSE, TSX:STN – Stantec is pleased to announce that two of its Alaska offices recently added professional engineers (PE) when Jordan Hall and Kevin Ross passed their PE examinations. Hall is a civil engineer in Juneau, and Ross is a structural engineer in Anchorage.
Hall is leading Stantec’s Juneau office, where she previously worked as an intern for USKH. (Stantec acquired USKH in 2014.) Prior to returning to Juneau in June 2013, Hall was working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) as a project engineer responsible for the management and surveillance of construction projects in Colorado.
Hall is a Juneau native and received her BS in Civil Engineering from Boise State University. She has played in integral role on the Runway 8-26 Rehabilitation project for the Juneau International Airport and the Glacier Highway-Back Loop Road Roundabout project.
“We are extremely proud of Jordan for receiving her professional license and no one deserves it more,” says John Limb, Stantec senior civil engineer in Anchorage. “It has been a pleasure over the past year to work with her on various Juneau projects. She is an authority in construction inspection, an astute designer, and a driven marketer.”
Ross is Stantec’s fifth structural engineer in the Alaska offices. He has more than five years of experience in Alaska.
He graduated from Washington State University in 2009 and joined Stantec in 2013. His recent work includes both the Nightmute and Quinhagak school projects for the Lower Kuskokwim School District and an investigation of footbridges in the Municipality of Anchorage following the collapse of the Westchester Lagoon bridge in June 2014.
“Kevin receiving his professional license is wonderful news,” says Robert Koruna, Stantec senior structural engineer in Wasilla. “His licensure strengthens our professional depth in Alaska. He is a valuable member of our team and we are excited to see his continued growth.”
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