Shawn J. Weber, P.E., LEED AP BD+C - Strickland Engineering

Project Engineer/Electrical Engineer

Shawn joined Strickland Engineering in November 2000. Shawn is responsible for electrical engineering design and project management. Shawn has previously worked for Tri-State Armature & Electrical Works, Inc., an electrical contractor in the Memphis area, for three years (1997-2000) and MAGNUM Technologies, Inc., a systems integrator in the St. Louis area, for approximately two years (1996-1997). While at Tri-State Armature, he served as a project manager and design engineer on power distribution system and control system installation projects for several industrial and commercial clients. Also, at MAGNUM Technologies, he served as a design engineer, project manager and software programmer on PLC-based control system projects for several industrial clients.

EDUCATION

B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri, Rolla 1995

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Professional Engineer, State of Missouri LEED AP BD+C, United States Green Building Council

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Member of National Society of Professional Engineers Member of Missouri Society of Professional Engineers Secretary for Cape Girardeau Area Engineers Club Member of American Consulting Engineers Council Member of Consulting Engineers Council of Missouri Member of Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

TOTAL: 22 years
With Strickland: 18 years

PERSONAL

Shawn is married with 2 children. He is active in coaching several of his children's sports teams. He is a den leader for Cub Scout Pack 212 in Jackson. He is also a member of LaCroix Church in Cape Girardeau.
 

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