ACEC Welcomes New Leaders

The American Council for Engineering Companies congratulates new leaders...

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(Pictured graduation attendees left to right: Daniel Hawker, Jonathan Howard, Chad Lambeth, Carlin Light Crouse, Kenneth Wood, Steven Holliday)

For 28 years the American Council of Engineering Companies, ACEC, has supported the growth of new industry professionals through the Future Leaders Program. The nine-month program provides leadership sessions with topics ranging from The Power of Brand to The Impact of Politics in Georgia. PEC+ would like to congratulate four of its graduating professionals.

Chad Lambeth has worked with PEC+ for over 7 years and is the Director of Team Solutions which focuses on up-front due diligence and concept engineering to get a project off the ground. Chad excels at client relations and stays highly involved with Council for Quality Growth and the Circle of Trust.

Carlin Light Crouse is a project manger that was recently nominated and highlighted in Engineering Georgia as one of Georgia’s “35 under 35 women to know.” Carlin is recognized by her peers for her initiative, dedication, and collaborative leadership style.

Steven Holliday is a  P.E. licensed in GA, FL, AL, TN, NC and SC. Steven is dedicated to growing his experience and knowledge in the vast array of disciplines that work together to upgrade, maintain and build public and private developments.

Daniel Hawker is a Project Manager, licensed P.E. and IT specialist. Daniel pursues excellence in support to clients and co-professionals alike and is committed to success of each project in his responsibility.

Vice President of Engineering Matt Kaczenski responds, “The Future Leaders Program is a great leadership asset.  We are very proud of these guys and excited that they committed themselves to completing this program.  We look forward to seeing them use the skills and knowledge they have gained and are even more excited to see how they continue to grow within PEC+!”