Business Briefs April 4, 2016
JVA Inc. hires new staff members
JVA Inc. has hired two project managers.
Joe Urnise, P.E., is a project manager in JVA’s Glenwood Springs Structural Department. He graduated with B.S. and M.S. degrees in civil engineering with structural emphasis from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Urnise has 10 years of structural design experience in Kansas City, Seattle and the Roaring Fork Valley. He has extensive knowledge of wood residential and commercial construction and also has experience in high seismic design.
Jacob Maybach is a project manager in JVA’s Denver Civil Department. He graduated with a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. He has 15 years of civil design experience in mining and industrial site design and is a registered professional engineer in Colorado and the province of Alberta, Canada. He has extensive experience creating hydraulic and hydrologic designs for a wide variety of surface water structures including fish-bearing lakes and streams.
JVA is a structural, civil and environmental consulting engineering firm headquartered in Boulder with offices in Winter Park, Fort Collins, Glenwood Springs and Denver. For more information, visit.
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