Jun 11, 2019 | Press Releases

New Hires: Summer 2019

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Providence is kicking-off Summer 2019 with a few new hires. We’re excited to welcome the following individuals to our team:

Shawn Heffley, (top left) was a part-time intern in our Lancaster office before accepting a full-time position as a CAD/BIM Operator in our Lehigh Valley office. He’s a 2019 graduate of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology with an Associate of Architectural Technology. In his new role, Shawn will continue to produce project drawing sets for a variety of building types. He is an accomplished drummer with a Pearl drum set and Sabian cymbals.

Austin Pletcher, (top right) has joined Providence as a BIM Operator working in our Lancaster office. He is a graduate of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology with an Associate of Architectural Technology. Working with the Virtual Design Solutions (VDS) team at Providence, Austin will use Revit and other BIM tools to create construction documents for various building structures. Austin is a former college baseball player who still routinely turns the 6,4,3 double play with Smitty’s Cardinals of the Quad County Optimist Baseball League.

Jeff Harbold, (bottom left) is a Project Manager working in our Lancaster and York offices. He is a graduate of the Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology with an Associate of Architectural Drafting and Design. Jeff has also completed Continuing Education for Engineering Management at York College. As a skilled Project Manager, Jeff will contribute to many of Providence’s large warehouse, food-process and cold-storage projects. In his spare time Jeff likes to run a portable sawmill with his son.

Zach Engle, (bottom right) has joined our VDS team. He is a three time graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Technology with Associates of Architectural Technology, Electronics Technology, and Microwave/Fiber Optic Communication Systems. Zach will leverage his experience in architectural design and structural detailing to help solve the many unique challenges faced by our VDS team. For fun Zach designs and builds custom teardrop campers. His X-Cubed Camper was featured as the cover story of Cool Tears Magazine.

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