Raleigh, NC, July 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Robert Macia, PE, LEED AP, President of Stewart Engineering (http://www.stewart-eng.com), has announced that Jason Galloway, LEED AP, has passed the Landscape Architecture Registration Examination (LARE) and is now a licensed landscape architect. This new status provides Galloway with the recognition of a certified and registered landscape architect.
At Stewart Engineering, Galloway is responsible for assessing the environmental concerns associated with various projects, preparing construction drawings and designs, observing and monitoring construction and producing color renderings. Galloway has been working in the engineering industry for five years and is a certified SITEOPS professional, which allows him to deliver rapid conceptual site design and conduct what-if analysis at the best optimized cost to each client. He received his bachelor’s degree in landscape horticulture from NC State University and master’s degree in landscape architecture from Virginia Tech. A Durham native, Galloway resides in Cary with his wife, Denise.
“We are very proud to announce Jason as a registered landscape architect,” said Macia. “He has provided our clients with excellent service and his wonderful accomplishment in landscape architecture makes him a key member of our design team.”
About Stewart Engineering:
Based in Raleigh, Stewart Engineering provides engineering, technical and design services in the areas of structural, civil, geotechnical and transportation engineering, landscape architecture, surveying, construction services and greenway design. With a corporate office located in Raleigh, N.C., and a branch office in Charlotte, N.C., Stewart Engineering is well-positioned to serve its diverse client base, which includes area architects, private developers, contractors, municipalities, universities, hospitals, community colleges and the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The firm’s accolades include an EDGE award from Triangle Business Journal, the Pinnacle Award for Growth and Stability from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, and multiple awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina including the 2012 Grand Conceptor Award. Additionally, the firm has been recognized as a Small Professional Service Firm (SPSF) by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Stewart Engineering employs 90 people and is certified as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) owned and controlled by minority, women, disabled or disadvantaged owners. For more information, visit http://www.stewart-eng.com.
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