Jones & Henry Engineers Announces New Team Members

Posted on: June 25, 2020

Jones & Henry Engineers is excited to share the addition of new team members across our office locations to grow and expand our capabilities in support of our clients’ engineering needs in Water Plants and Distribution, Wastewater Plants and Collection, as well as underground Infrastructure and a variety of support needs. As Jones & Henry Engineers continues to grow to support the needs of the communities in our service area, our careers page is available as a resource for monitoring employment opportunities at www.JHEng.com/careers. Our team prides itself on our nearly 100 years of professional service in our industry. We know this success is built on a team of highly capable professionals who come together with shared knowledge for the benefit of our clients. We are pleased to share the following updates:

In our Toledo, Ohio office, we have welcomed the following individuals to our team:

Paul Davis, P.E., Electrical Team
Paul earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Akron, moving from there into a fast-paced industry where he has pursued professional growth in numerous positions. Paul is a detail-oriented professional with expertise in driving full lifecycle of large, complex electrical engineering design and instrumentation projects. He has provided electrical expertise to firms in Columbus and Cleveland, as well as others in New York and West Virginia. His expertise will be welcome on the Jones & Henry Engineers team, where he will be addressing the electrical aspects of our projects, such as designing power distribution systems, lighting and controls, hazardous area classification diagrams, and power/static grounding systems. Typical projects will also require him to address tangential issues such as the electrical requirements for communication, instrumentation and controls.

Paul is excited to join the Jones & Henry Engineers team, noting that the projects we undertake “affect the quality of life as water usage is an essential daily element for residents and businesses. The engineering disciplines are at their pinnacle when serving the requirements of mankind.” He looks forward to a gratifying career at Jones & Henry, where he knows his “efforts will not be superfluous.”

 

Connor McClure, Construction Services Specialist
Toledo native, Connor McClure, joins our team at Jones & Henry Engineers after recently receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering Technology from the University of Toledo. Connor has already gained a great deal of technical skills and certifications during his internship at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plant in Toledo and internship with Stantec. Connor is looking forward to applying what he learned in school and contributing to actual projects. When asked why he is excited to be here, Connor shared that both his grandfather and his uncle have worked for Jones & Henry Engineers and it is a great opportunity to continue the family legacy.” We think so, too.


Growing our depth of expertise in our Fort Wayne, Indiana office, we have recently welcomed the following individual to our team:

Robert Seaman, P.E., P.S., Senior Engineer, Water and Wastewater Teams

Bob recently retired with nearly 35 years of public engineering service — over 20 years as Archbold, Ohio’s Village Engineer and over 14 years with the Williams County, Ohio Engineer’s Office. As a former client, our team knew that he had experience that we hoped he would still be excited to utilize, and he agreed.

A Northwest Ohio native, Bob moved into Indiana the first time when he attended Tri-State University (now Trine University) of Angola, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with High Honors. In addition to being a Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor, Bob has been an active member and held local and state officer positions within the National Society of Professional Engineers. With his experience as a municipal engineer, Bob will bring additional depth of expertise combining technical knowledge along with the understanding of managing administrative expectations successfully in local government.

Bob shared that he is looking forward to bringing his experience from “the other side of the fence” and applying that perspective to his work at Jones & Henry Engineers, as he endeavors “to find new problems to solve in this exciting world of civil engineering to support Indiana communities.”

 

Jones & Henry Engineers is an equal opportunity workplace and strives to bring the best team to our clients, allowing us to provide successful solutions across the tri-state. If you or someone you know is interested in joining our team, please visit: www.JHEng.com/careers

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