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J-U-B Forms Two New Functional Groups & Announces Group Leaders

Transportation Services Group (TSG)

The Transportation Services Group will focus on federal-aid highway and bridge projects for state DOT’s and local entities as well as any larger transportation project not performed by a local area.

Mike Arneson, P.E. Named Transportation Services Group Corporate Lead

Mike Arneson has been selected to lead the newly formed corporate transportation services group (TSG). Mike has more than 27 years of project management and highway/transportation engineering and has been the project manager for the development and implementation of more than $550 million in construction costs for bridge and roadway projects. Mike has also led the Idaho Transportation Group for the last two years and has worked closely with our transportation project managers and staff throughout the state to dramatically increase our business development win rate from 14% to more than 50% within that short time frame.

Water/Wastewater Treatment Group (WTG)

The Water/Wastewater Treatment Group (WTG) will perform the engineering and related services on “inside the fence” mechanical water and wastewater treatment projects as well as any treatment project not performed by a local area.

Levi Shoolroy, P.E. Named Water/Wastewater Treatment Services Group Corporate Lead

Levi Shoolroy has been selected to lead the newly formed corporate Water/Wastewater Treatment group (WTG) to coordinate and perform all mechanical treatment-related engineering services across J-U-B. Since graduating from the University of Idaho with a
Master of Engineering degree in 1999, Levi has worked in our Coeur d’Alene office on a variety of water and wastewater projects. Levi has been one of our corporate W/WW Group co-leaders since 2010 working to elevate J-U-B’s technical skillset, strengthen our internal network, and develop tools to improve the overall project process and having him step into this new role is a logical progression.