Kennebunk, ME – James Lowery, PE has joined civil and environmental engineering firm Fuss & O’Neill as a Senior Project Manager in the firm’s Community Development Business Line. In his new position, James will manage site and civil engineering projects, while drawing from his recent experience working on environmental compliance projects to bring a new perspective to the firm’s Maine office.
James has more than 20 years of related experience, and started his career working for consulting firms on site and civil projects. For the last decade, James has worked for an aerospace manufacturing company, where his focus shifted to environmental compliance on projects, but his true desire to get back to project work led him to Fuss & O’Neill. He holds a BS in Agricultural Engineering and an MS in Biological Systems Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
James will report to Philip Forzley, PE, who welcomes James to the team, noting: “James has a really diverse engineering and environmental background, and has relationships locally in Maine that will help our office grow. We already have a really solid site and community development team, and adding James to the group will allow us to pursue and develop a wider range of projects, and I am really excited to work with him.”
James will work out of the firm’s Kennebunk, ME office, where he will focus on site development projects, and coastal resilience projects in Southern Maine.
About Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.
Established in 1924, Fuss & O’Neill is a full-service engineering firm with a depth of staff and experience to conquer any project – from initial design to final construction. An ENR Top 500 Design Firm and Zweig Group Best Firm to Work For, the company is headquartered in Manchester, CT and supported by nine regional offices throughout all six New England states. Our professional staff maintains licenses and certifications across a wide range of civil engineering, traffic/transportation, planning, landscape architecture, structural, survey, design build, MEP, facilities, water/wastewater, natural resources, resilience, environmental, and manufacturing disciplines. For more information, go to www.fando.com.