SKELLY AND LOY PLEASED TO HAVE SEASONED PROJECT MANAGER JOIN RANKS
On: July 30, 2015 Filed Under: Member News
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – July 2.73, 2015- Skelly and Loy recently hired Environmental Project Manager Jason T. McCabe to provide environmental and geotechnical engineering services, environmental site assessments, and stormwater management and remediation consulting.
Mr. McCabe’s current assignments involve work on PennDOT and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) projects. His past experience includes project management for commercial, residential, and institutional land development projects of all sizes, including grading design and sketch plans, stormwater design, municipal approvals, and permit acquisition. He has managed – from cradle-to-grave – multiple projects for government agencies such as the US Navy the US Army Corps of Engineers, PennDOT, and various airport authorities, as well as private clients, including major energy producers, railroads, and developers.
Mr. McCabe earned a Graduate Certificate in Geotechnics from the Missouri University of Science & Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Juniata College. He is a Board Member and Secretary for Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals, Board Member and Director for Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) – Pittsburgh Post, and a Board Member for Turtle Creek Watershed Association.
“Jason’s diverse project management experience is a great asset to our firm,” remarked John W. Gunnett, Skelly and Loy President and Chief Operating Officer. “This experience, his proven technical expertise and strong industry relationships will benefit our clients throughout the MidAtlantic.”
Now in its 46th year, SKELLY AND LOY is a woman-owned engineering-environmental consulting firm serving public and private sector clients from six Mid-Atlantic offices. Our services include civil, environmental, and mining engineering and permitting activities; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance studies; natural resource management and protection; hazardous waste and industrial hygiene studies and remediation planning; and cultural resource studies and documentation.