Jim Lovell, P.E.
Principal
"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up" - Thomas Edison
Jim attended Virginia Tech and studied Horticulture, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in 1979, then studied Civil Engineering and graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Tech in 1981. Jim is a Professional Engineer and has been since 1987. Jim joined EEC in 2004 as a partner and has since taken full ownership of the company. When Jim was a child he remembers spending hours upon hours constructing cities with roads and buildings in his sandbox. He always has loved spending time outside and working with his hands. Those were just the stepping-stones to beginning his career as a Professional Engineer. Prior to joining EEC, Jim worked for American Electric Power (AEP) and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in Franklin County, as well as Dewberry and Davis. When Jim isn’t spending his time at EEC, he enjoys spending time with his family, gardening, running, biking, swimming, and supporting his church at home and on mission trips. Professional Engineer-VA/NC/KY/WV/OH/TN/TX
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Chris Fewster, P.E.
Senior Engineer/Project Manager
Chris is a Professional Engineer at EEC. He studied Civil Engineering at Old Dominion University and graduated in 1989. He has been a Professional Engineer since 1994 and joined the EEC team in 2013. Chris has always been inclined to build things and figure out how things work together. He always enjoyed math and science in school and engineering gave him the opportunity to combine his interest. Chris grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and spent his summers on the Outer Banks as a carpenter. After graduation from ODU, he moved to Floyd, VA where he has been an engineer for 24 years. Prior to joining the team, Chris had worked with EEC on many projects in the last 10 years providing support on water and wastewater projects, and it was a logical decision to join the EEC team when the opportunity presented itself. When Chris isn’t working at EEC he spends time outdoors with his family kayaking, hiking, snowboarding, backcountry skiing, surfing, or just working around the house and property. Chris has been active with American Whitewater since 1994 on river access and navigation in Virginia. He also has been an active member of the Nature Conservancy since 1993, as the Bottom Creek Preserve Monitor on the Floyd, Roanoke and Montgomery County line. Member of National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Professional Engineer - VA
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Brandon Scott, P.E.
Senior Engineer/Project Manager
“Love your family, work super hard, live your passion.” – Gary Vaynerchuk
Brandon is a Professional Engineer at EEC. He joined the EEC team in 2006 while studying Architecture and Civil Engineering Technology at Virginia Western Community College. He graduated with an Associate of Applied Science in 2008 and then enrolled at Old Dominion University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Engineering Technology in 2009. Brandon was first introduced to engineering and became interested in building things while he was in 8th grade and attending The Gereau Center Center for Applied Technology and Career Exploration through Franklin County Schools. Since beginning with EEC more than a decade ago, Brandon has furthered his knowledge in and around the Civil Engineering industry and continues to grow and strive to learn more. When Brandon isn’t at the office he enjoys spending time with his wife Lauren and daughter Hadley as well as hunting, fishing, hiking, golf, and anything else having to do with the outdoors. Member of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Professional Engineer - VA
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Ted Harris, P.E.
Senior Engineer/Project Manager
Ted is a Professional Engineer with EEC. He is involved at all phases of projects from concept to as-builts. Ted’s responsibilities have included design of site layout, site grading, roadways, parking, stormwater control systems, water distribution systems, sanitary sewer collection systems, as well as erosion and sediment control. He works closely with geotechnical consultants, wetland consultants and permitting authorities to provide project coordination for the client. The majority of Ted’s 17 years of experience has been in commercial and residential site design. Project size ranges from a 0.6 acre fast food site to a 125 acre industrial site with five buildings encompassing 1,350,000 square feet of floor space and associate site infrastructure. His residential projects include single family neighborhoods, apartment and townhome developments. He has also worked on bridge, rail and municipal utility projects. Ted graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelors of Fine Arts and Central Piedmont Community College with an Associate in Applied Science in Civil Engineering Technology. In his free time, Ted enjoys spending time with his son and daughter hiking or on the water. Ted supports his local community by volunteering with his church. Professional Engineer - NC/VA
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Joseph Arthur, CFM
Staff Engineer
"Nothing makes an Engineer more productive, than the "Last Minute"." John B. Redden Jr. P.E.
Joseph has 14 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering and is currently a Staff Engineer for EEC. Joseph is a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and has his Dual Combined Administrator Certification (Virginia Department of the Environment (VADEQ) for Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater Management). Joseph has worked as a Project Manager/Engineer for local government and private agencies, as well as commercial and residential clients. He has developed expertise with land acquisition, grants administration, site, and environmental planning, surveying, site and utility design, contract drawings, specifications, bid negotiations, contract management and construction services. In addition, Joseph has been responsible for the design of new subdivisions and roads, new sewerage collection and treatments, water distribution and treatment, storm water management networks, as well as recreational, marine, landfills, and traffic engineering. Joseph is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Smith Mountain Lake Association (SMLA), and a board member/current head of the architectural committee for his Property Owners Association (POA). Joseph has been involved with projects of all types and scales from Mixed Use Communities of over 2,400 homes and 250,000 sf of commercial and 18 holes of golf to small scale subdivisions, site plans, and regional stormwater management analysis/studies. Joseph has a wife (Dr. Meredith Arthur) and 4 boys Anderson, Remington, Jameson, and Elliston. He enjoys bargains shopping/flea marketing, working on his old Chevrolet Truck, and anything associated with having fun at Smith Mountain Lake (boating, fishing, kayaking). He also enjoys hunting/shooting, golf, and is active in the local Cub/Boy Scouting organizations.
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Phil Mundy, LS
Senior CAD Designer
"Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening when you would rather have talked" - Mark Twain
Phil Mundy is a licensed Land Surveyor with over 40 years of experience performing boundary and topographic surveys and construction stakeout and he ran a successful surveying business for 17 years. He joined the EEC team in the Fall of 2013. His primary role involves the preparation of plan sets utilizing Civil 3D. In addition, he has served as an Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector and performs field work for wetland delineations. Phil received certification as an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Reviewer from the DCR in 1992. He has completed course work and training in wetland delineation. Phil has been married to his wife (Diane) for over 34 years and has 2 sons (Chris, Joshua and his wife Courtenay, a grandson (Joey) and twin granddaughters (Abbey and Bailey). He enjoys spending time on the Blue Ridge Parkway and listening to hammered dulcimer music when the grandchildren aren’t around for him to spend time with. Phil is the unofficial cook for company breakfasts on Fridays and is currently learning the art of roasting coffee beans (much to the delight of the other staff members who enjoy a good cup of coffee).
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Adam Sink
Project Engineer
We know that all things work Together for the Good to Those that Love God. - Romans 8:28
Adam joined the EEC team 2015 as a CAD Technician while attending Old Dominion University. Adam received an Associate of Applied Science in Civil Engineering at Virginia Western Community College. He went on from there to receive his Bachelors in Civil Engineering at Old Dominion University in 2016. Adam is working toward his goal of obtaining his Professional Engineer License. From a young age, Adam knew he desired to work somewhere within the field of construction because he enjoyed trade class’s as well as introductory design courses for commercial and residential development. Throughout college, Adam enjoyed working outdoors in construction, landscaping, and golf. When Adam isn't at the office he enjoys playing golf, hunting, fishing, sports, and any other activity in the outdoors. He has a few favorite teams which he enjoys keeping up with and watching. These include the New York Yankees, Virginia Tech Hokies, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Adam relishes the career path he has chosen, and says he is very blessed to a part of the EEC team.
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Drew Clemo
Project Engineer
"My goal is not to be better than anyone else but better than I used to be." - Wayne Dyer
Drew joined the EEC team in 2016 as a Project Engineer. In 2016 Drew received his Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering at The University of Alabama. Since joining EEC he has gotten experience in site development, stormwater drainage, grading, erosion and sediment control, utility management, project management, estimation, and on site construction. He has computer experience with AutoCAD, Infraworks, HEC-HMS, Synchro, PlanSwift, and Vissim. He enjoys staying active, being outdoors, playing softball and golf in his free time. He also is a big sports fan and loves watching his teams play with his friends and family. Having lived in Salem, VA and going to school in Tuscaloosa, Drew is an avid football watcher. Drew enjoys working close to home and being around great coworkers.
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Will Rogers, E.I.T.
Project Engineer
"Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there" - Will Rogers
Will is originally from Wake Forest, North Carolina just outside of Raleigh. In 2014 he received a Bachelor's of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Mississippi in Oxford. Following undergraduate he continued his education at NC State University, pursuing a Master's of Biological and Agriculture Engineering with a focus in biological and stormwater engineering. Some of his past experience includes working part time for an engineering firm specializing in BMP inspection, stormwater design, and ecological restoration. Will joined the EEC team in 2017 to begin his career as an engineer in training. He enjoys being outdoors doing anything from hiking to fishing. When he's not outside, he's inside watching football, banking on the Carolina Panthers or Ole Miss Rebels to bring home a championship trophy.
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Ryan Clancy
Project Engineer
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." - Mahatma Ghandi
Ryan is originally from California, where he studied Industrial Engineering and in 2007 received a Bachelor’s of Science degree from California PolyTechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Following graduation he relocated to Washington state where he worked as an Industrial Engineer in the aerospace industry and met his beautiful wife Jennifer. In 2012 Ryan obtained a Master’s of Science degree in Operations Research through Florida Tech’s online degree program. He and his wife decided to relocate to Franklin County VA in 2016, favoring rural land ownership and a slower pace of life over the hustle-bustle and rat race of suburbia. When not at work Ryan enjoys activities such as kickboxing, playing sports and traveling. He has visited Canada, Mexico and Nicaragua and has lived for extended periods of time in Belize and Australia. Ryan hopes to add many more locations to his travels in the future.
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Duncan Lovell
CAD Designer
"The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus." - Bruce Lee
Duncan joined the EEC team in 2016. He is a graduate of Liberty University and currently seeking his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Old Dominion University. Since joining EEC Duncan has gained a wealth of knowledge in the civil engineering industry. He is a strong advocate of hard work, and aiming for accurate, precise professional work. In his free time, Duncan enjoys hiking and spending time with his dog and his family.
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Vicki Hughes
Administrative Assistant
Vicki has assisted the engineers at EEC, since 2014, in managing their daily activities, from monitoring calendars to performing administrative duties, as well as working to manage basic office needs. She is a 1990 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Fashion Merchandising and Design. Go Hokies! Originally from New England, Vicki met her husband at Virginia Tech, decided to stay in the area, and has lived in Franklin County for 23 years. She enjoys spending her free time quilting, sewing, and doing all things crafty. She currently lives in Callaway with her husband and a very spoiled cat.
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