LJB welcomes three new staff members

LJB welcomes three new staff members

LJB is excited to welcome three new staff members to our team.

Dan Buck joined LJB as an entry level structural engineer, although he is not new to LJB. While studying engineering at the University of Dayton, Dan served four co-ops terms with LJB, already giving him significant experience with conducting fall hazard risk assessments and fall protection design projects.

To expand our capabilities in environmental services, Kellie Locke-Rogers joins LJB as a cultural resource specialist and environmental project manager. She has 14 years of experience working as a field archaeologist and has served as the lead writer for NAGPRA, NEPA and Section 106 documents.

Bringing previous experience from civil engineering, industrial and construction firms, Charlie Droessler will be serving LJB as a business development executive. His focus will be on serving clients in the industrial market sector.

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