Lee Cammack, P.E., was recently honored at J-U-B ENGINEERS, Inc.’s June board meeting with a plaque commemorating his years of service. The Board thanked Lee for his valuable and steady contributions to J-U-B and the board.
Lee has over 45 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He has been a steady and influential leader at J-U-B since their merger with Perkins-Thurgood Engineers, Inc. in 1995. Lee has served as the Area Manager of the Kaysville Office, as President and CEO, and has been a member of the Board since 1997. His technical expertise and engaging leadership style have helped shape J-U-B into the successful company it is today. Lee currently serves as a Vice-President and Senior Advisor.
In addition to his experience in private industry, he has served as City Engineer/Public Works Director for Kaysville City, Utah, and Chief Deputy County Surveyor for Utah County.
Lee has been active in various associations and organizations, including the Utah City Engineers Association, where he was a member of the original Board of directors and served as secretary, director, vice president, and president.
“The opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors and as President and CEO of J-U-B has been one of the great privileges of my life, and the highlight of my career,” says Lee. “I have always been surrounded by great people who made me look much better than I was. I am grateful for their help, and for the blessing of being involved with everyone at J-U-B,” he concludes.